The probe committee formed by Rabindra University has recommended taking action against its teacher Farhana Yeasmin Baten for trimming the hair of its 14 students saying that it has found the ‘proof of her offence’.
Registrar of the university Sohrab Ali told UNB on Monday that they received the probe report on Thursday.
After receiving the report, a syndicate meeting was called on Friday.
An investigative team of the University Grants Commission (UGC) will visit the university campus on Wednesday and the final decision on the fate of Farhana, a teacher of Cultural Heritage and Bangladesh Studies department, will be taken after that, Sohrab said.
Meanwhile, the university students resumed their protests on Sunday demanding that the teacher be terminated.
The protestors on that day confined 30 teachers and staff of the university to two academic buildings for at least 10 long hours -- from 2pm-1.30 am.