The university administration also announced to hold classes from 9 January. On behalf of the association, the university administration also decided to purchase a ‘Saving Certificate’ of Tk one million to give it to Selim's daughter Jannatul Ferdous.

The association also demanded a permanent job in KUET for Selim's wife according to her educational qualifications. It also called for starting the judicial process to put those responsible for his death on trial.

Earlier on Wednesday, the university authorities expelled four students, including university unit BCL general secretary Sadman Nahyan Sejan and punished forty other students over the incident.

The students were asked to follow the instructions strictly given by the authorities. Any kind of procession, meetings and rallies and other related activities will not be allowed without prior permission.

Professor Selim, 38, a teacher of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) department at the university and also the provost of Lalan Shah Hall, died on 30 November.

According to faculty members of the university, professor Selim died hours after some BCL activists, led by Sadman allegedly confined the teacher to his office and mentally tortured him to accept their choice as dining manager of Lalan Shah Hall for the month of December.

During this confinement, the teacher was allegedly subjected to abuses, humiliation and threat, his colleagues said. On 3 December, the university was declared closed till 13 December. Its closure was extended twice till 7 January.

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