In the face of students’ agitation, the BRAC University authorities on Saturday sent its registrar to a long leave, withdrew the termination of a law teacher, and accepted resignation of two of its officials.
The university vice-chancellor Syed Saad Andaleeb in a notice posted on the university’s website informed the developments.
He said BRAC University registrar Muhammad Sahool Afzal has applied for long leave and it will be effective from Sunday, August 6.
He also the university’s senior officer Jabed Rasel, and assistant registrar Md Mahi Uddin submitted their resignation letters and both the resignations have been accepted.
The notice said BRAC University has withdrawn the letter of termination of service issued to Farhaan Uddin Ahmed as lecturer of school of law.
It also said a student has filed a complaint regarding an alleged assault on female students by security guards. An appropriate committee has started working on it.
The inquiry committee formed after the recent incident is continuing its investigation, the notice added.
The notice also said the examinations would begin on Sunday August 6 as per previous schedule.
Students of the university boycotted classes and continued protesting for past few days demanding punishment for officials who had reportedly assaulted law teacher Farhaan Uddin Ahmed.
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