Islamic University, June 28 (UNB)— The authorities of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia on Friday suspended two of its teachers for reportedly seeking bribe from a teacher candidate.
IU made the move after an audio clip purportedly containing the discussion between the teachers and the candidate went viral on social media earlier in the day.
The teachers are finance and banking department’s Assistant Professor Ruhul Amin and Electrical and Electronic Engineering Department’s Assistant Professor Abdur Rahim.
Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari issued the suspension order, IU acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif told UNB.
The decision was taken at an emergency meeting of the university with VC Prof Askari in the chair.
IU issued a circular for recruiting teachers for finance and banking department on March 11. Ruhul Amin and Abdur Rahim contacted a candidate with promises of ensuring his recruitment but demanded Tk 10 to 18 lakh from him.
Jahangirnagar University, June 28 (UNB)- Jahangirnagar University Vice-Chancellor Professor Farzana Islam on Friday said the schedule for the Central Students’ Union (JUCSU) polls will be announced within July 31.
She made the announcement following demonstration of Combined Cultural Alliance and quota reformists in front of the senate hall on the campus.
The last JUCSU election was held in 1992.
The annual senate meeting started at the senate hall around 5pm.
Islamic University, June 26 (UNB) – The Islamic University (IU) has decided to join uniformed entry test to reduce the hassle of admission seekers.
The decision was taken at IU’s 116th academic council meeting with Vice-Chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, sources at registrar office said Wednesday.
Pro-VC Prof M Shahinoor Rahman, Treasurer Prof M Selim Toha, acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif, former proctor and syndicate member Prof M Mahbubar Rahman, among others, were present at the meeting.
VC Askari told UNB that they took the decision by responding to the country’s President and Chancellor of the universities M Abdul Hamid.
He said the admission seekers and their guardians suffer a lot during the admission tests.
“Their money and time are wasted. Considering this, we’ve made an unanimous recommendation for combined admission tests,” he added.
Dhaka, June 25 (UNB) - The results of this year's Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations are expected to be published between July 20-22, according to Chief of Inter-Education Board Coordination Subcommittee and Dhaka Education Board Chairman Prof M Ziaul Haque.
The Inter-Education Board has sent a letter to the Education Ministry in this regard, he added.
A total 13, 51,505 students participated in this year’s Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) and equivalent examinations.
Islamic University, June 25 (UNB) - The authorities of Islamic University (IU) decided to resume evening courses at the university.
The decision was taken at 116th academic council meeting, held at the conference room of the university’s administration building with vice-chancellor of Islamic University Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari in the chair, said sources at IU registrar office on Tuesday.
‘We have decided to resume the evening courses keeping some strict conditions on it,’ said IU vice-chancellor Professor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari.
A monitoring cell was formed to monitor each department of the university, he added.
Pro-vice-chancellor Professor M Shahinoor Rahman, treasurer Professor M Selim Toha, acting registrar SM Abdul Latif, chairmen and professors of different departments were, among others, present at the meeting.
On October 2, 2018, the university authorities stopped the evening courses considering the demand of its general students at the 242nd syndicate meeting.
On February 25, IUTA demanded reinstatement of its evening courses.