Admission forgery

DU expels 12 students, suspends 151

02 March 2021

News Desk  :
Dhaka University (DU) authorities on Monday expelled its seven students for their involvement in digital fraud and using illegal means during admission tests and five of its affiliated seven college students for doing anti-disciplinary activities, reports BSS.
Two students were suspended occasionally for their involvement in digital fraud and using illegal means during admission tests while 149 students of the university and its affiliated colleges were suspended for different terms on the charge of using illegal means in academic examinations.
The decision to take administrative action against the students came from the meeting of university's Syndicate body, held on February 28 at Nabab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate Bhaban, with DU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Akhtaruzzaman in the chair, DU Proctor AKM Golam Rabbani told BSS.
Expelled seven students have enrolled in the university in different academic sessions from 2013-14 to 2016-17.Earlier, on February 11, the Disciplinary Board of the university brought out the recommendations of expelling and suspending the students.
Earlier, two students were served show-cause notices to explain their alleged involvement in digital fraudulences.
The council also decided not to allow three teachers to evaluate examination papers in the next three years as allegations of immature evaluation of scripts were raised against them.
They are Professor ASM Atikur Rahman,  Professor Golam Azam and associate professor Mainuddin Molla of the Social Welfare and Research Institute.
On August 6, 2019, the university authorities suspended 69 students for cheating at admission tests.
According to Dhaka University laws, no expelled student can challenge the decision of expulsion, but suspended students can appeal against their suspension.

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