Islamic University, Nov 13 (UNB) - The authorities of the Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia have suspended one of its officials and an employee temporarily for their alleged involvement with taking bribe from a job seeker.
The decision was made at an emergency meeting of the university with its Vice-chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, said sources at IU registrar office on Tuesday.
The vice-chancellor issued the suspension orders against Umar Ali, assistant registrar of IU Law and Shariyah Faculty and Munshi Tariqul Islam, an employee of transport section of the university, after getting a written complaint from a job seeker, said IU Acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif.
Earlier, a three member probe body led by Professor M Rezwanul Islam of Biotechnology and Genetics Engineering department was formed to look into the matter, he added.
The university authorities asked the body to submit its reports as early as possible, the registrar said.
The vice-chancellor, however, told UNB that legal steps would be taken against them after receiving the investigation reports from the body.
According to the written complaint, Umar and Tariqul took Tk 11,40,000 from Mamunur Rashid, a resident of Rajshahi district, luring him to be appointed as a hardware and network technician into the university. The duo took the money from Mamun using Umar’s Agrani Bank Account.
Later, the university authorities primarily investigated Umar’s Agrani Bank Account and found their involvement.
Islamic University, Nov 13 (UNB) – The results of ‘A’ unit admission test for 2018-2019 academic session under Theology and Islamic Studies Faculty of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia was published on Tuesday.
IU Vice-chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari published the results around 11:00 am.
Among others, IU Pro Cice-chancellor Professor M Shahinoor Rahman and the unit coordinators Professor AFM Akbar Hossain and Professor M Ashraful Islam were present on the occasion.
Some 537 students out of 996 admission seekers for 240 seats passed in the examination successfully, said Professor AFM Akbar Hossain.
The result can be viewed from the university website at www.iu.ac.bd.
The admission test of ‘A’ unit was held on November 4.
Shahjalal University, Nov 12 (UNB) – Police detained a student, who has recently passed the entry test of Shahjalal University of Science and Technology under ‘B unit’ for the academic session 2018-19, for cheating in the examination.
The accused student is Rashik Marjan, hailing from Pirganj thana in Rangpur district and he obtained merit position 353 in the test, said Jahir Uddin Ahmed, member secretary of admission committee.
Being informed by the university administration, a team police detained Rashik, when he came to university for his admission, said Jahir Uddin.
Later, the student confessed that another student appeared in the entry test on behalf of him.
The university proctor said that Rashik’s father gave TK 3 lakh to a forgery gang so that his son could get chance in the university.
Shahjalal University, Nov 11 (UNB) – A team of Shahjalal University of Science of Technology (SUST) titled ‘SUST Descifrador’ emerged as Dhaka Zone Champion of International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) 2018.
‘Blood Hound’ from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) and `Epinephrine’ of Dhaka University (DU) stood 1st and 2nd runners-up respectively.
The international-grade programing competition of the Asia Zone was hosted by Daffodil International University (DIU) at their permanent campus in Ashulia on Saturday.
The programme was supported by ICT division of Post, Telecommunication and Information Technology Ministry and Bangladesh Computer Council (BCC) in association of ADN Edu services, SSL Wireless, Bangladesh Computer and Internet Society and ICPC Bangladesh chapter as co-sponsors.
The programme continued from 11 am to 4 pm with segments including technical talk, CSIS, fun events, award session and cultural performances.
University Grants Commission Chairman Professor Abdul Mannan inaugurated the event where DIU VC Dr S M Mahbubul Haq Mazumder and National Professor Jamilur Reza Chowdhury, among others, were present.
Jashore, Nov 10 (UNB) – The authorities of Jessore University of Science and Technology (JUST) on Saturday suspended three students for two years for violating the university discipline.
The expelled students are Golam Rabbani, a Masters student of Nutrition and Food Technology (NFT), Antar Dey Shuvo, a first year student of Physical Education and Sports Science (PESS) and Isme Azam Shuvo, a second year student of Fisheries and Marine Bio Science Department.
The Regent Board of the university took the decision following recommendations of the discipline committee.