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IU Correspondent . Kushtia | Published: 18:23, Dec 22,2022
The authorities of Islamic University in Kushtia postponed recruitment tests of its three departments on Wednesday night.
The university administration made the decision after the leaders and activists of the university unit of the ruling Awami League-backed Bangladesh Chhatra League stopped the recruitment tests of the political science department forcing the job seekers out of the examination hall on Wednesday morning.
A press release, signed by IU acting registrar HM Ali Hasan, was issued in this regard on Wednesday night.
The decision was made at an emergency meeting with the university pro-vice-chancellor and also the acting vice-chancellor professor M Mahbubur Rahman in the chair.
‘We have postponed the recruitment tests for the office assistant-cum-computer operator post of the political science department held on Wednesday and the tests for the same posts of Institute of Quality Assurance Cell and fine arts’ department scheduled to be held on the campus in Kushtia on December 24 and 26,’ IU acting registrar HM Ali Hasan said on Thursday.
The university authorities have made the decision due to unavoidable reasons, he added.
The incumbent leaders and activists of the university unit BCL have allegedly created pressure on the university administration to appoint their selected people including their activists to the vacant posts at different departments of the university.
They, as part of their demands, went to the third floor of Nuclear Scientist MA Wazed Miah Science Building and threatened as well as forced the job seekers out of the examination hall.
The BCL activists, at one stage, put the main gate of the third floor of the Nuclear Scientist MA Wazed Miah Science Building of the university under lock and key.
They met with the university pro-vice-chancellor and treasurer professor M Alamgir Hossain Bhuiya demanding to appoint their people to the posts.
The current and former leaders of IU BCL unit blamed each other when the journalists asked them regarding the matter.
‘Everyone knows who did that,’ IU vice-chancellor professor Shaikh Abdus Salam said.
‘There is nothing that we can do on behalf of the administration against them. We wanted to hold the recruitment tests but stopped holding the tests due to obstruction,’ he added.
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