Complying with the order of the Supreme Court, Islamic University (IU) authorities have taken decision to readmit its 100 students whose admission have been cancelled following its ‘F’ unit’s question paper leakage, reports news agency UNB.
IU acting registrar SM Abdul Latif on Saturday said the students were asked to collect their admission forms from 15 to 21 January from the offices of the respective department, he added.
On 6 March 2017, the authorities cancelled the admission of 100 students over ‘F’ unit’s question paper leakage and also suspended the unit coordinator M Nurul Islam and two of its officials, and expelled a master’s student of mathematics department, Monojit Kumar Mandol, for their alleged involvement in the unfair means.
On 13 March 2017, the High Court stayed the university’s syndicate decision of cancellation of the admission of 88 students of statistics and mathematics departments.
Later on 22 November last, the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court asked the IU authorities to uphold the studentship of 88 deprived students who got enrolled under F unit admission test.