Students vandalise IU exam controller’s office

Our Correspondent | Published: 17:25, May 09,2017

 
 

The students of Islamic University in Kushtia on Tuesday vandalised the office of the controller of examinations following negligence of its officials provide transcripts in time.

Witnesses said a group of students led by its ex-student Arab Ali went to the examination’s controller office and started to vandalise valuables of the office around noon as the officers failed to provide students’ transcript in time.

Later, the university proctor, M Mahbubar Rahman, came to the spot and brought the situation under control.

Officials at the office said there are 12 computer operators in the section and among them 10 operators does not know how to operate computer. The university authorities appointed them as computer operators only seeing their certificate, they said.

The university vice-chancellor, pro-vice-chancellor, treasurer and registrar often call in the two operators for their official works. As a result, the controller section failed to provide transcript and other documents to the university students in time, one of the officials of the section alleged.

The examination controller AK Azad said they failed to provide the documents for students in time due to the lack of equipment and skillful operators. ‘We are trying to solve the problem with the assistance of the university authorities, he said.

The university vice-chancellor M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari told New Age that he would solve the problem as early as possible.

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