Although the campus was closed for more than a year and a half due to corona, many students of Dhaka University rented houses in different parts of Dhaka city. As the situation in Corona has improved, the university authorities have announced to open the hall on October 5. However, in the meantime, the students have started to rise. Arguing for this, they said, if they stay at home for these five days, they will have to pay the full month’s rent.
The Vice-Chancellor called an emergency meeting of the Provost Standing Committee of the University on Saturday evening to discuss what to do in this situation. Akhtaruzzaman. He said in the first light, ‘The meeting will take the information from the chairpersons. Then it will be understood what the matter is. ‘Advertising
After the outbreak of corona in the country, all educational institutions across the country were declared closed on March 16 last year. Three days later, the residential halls of Dhaka University were closed. The educational institution started opening last month after a year and a half due to the reduction in corona infection. Following this, the residential halls of Dhaka University are also opening.
It was decided at the syndicate meeting of Dhaka University on September 16 that the students of the fourth year of graduation and post-graduation will be picked up from 8 am on October 5, subject to having at least one dose of vaccination certificate and valid identity card of the university.Read moreSome students broke the lock and entered the immortal Ekushey Hall of DU
The students broke the lock of Amar Ekushey Hall at noon yesterday and went up to the room. The hall’s principal Istiaq M Syed and other officials held several rounds of discussions with the students but the students did not agree to leave the hall. Yesterday evening. Although Muhammad Shahidullah, some students got up. The same news was received from at least eight residential halls.
Several students who got up in the hall told Prothom Alo that most of them had been living in rented houses in different areas of Dhaka for so long. If the hall opens on October 5, they will have to rent a house for a full month for these five days. They reported the matter to the authorities. But as there was no work in it, they were forced to get up on their own.
In this regard, the Proctor of the University AKM Golam Rabbani said in the first light, ‘The process by which the students got up in the hall was wrong. Without making a mistake, they should have waited until the Provost Hall, talked to him, and said what they had said before. Of course, we have learned that the condition of some students is really very inhumane. We are considering their issue.
The emergency meeting of the Provost Standing Committee will be held at 6:30 pm, Proctor said.