A Jagannath University (JnU) student, Mahmudul Hasan Mishu, who was forced out of the examination hall on November 17, can take part in the university’s all academic activities on condition.
JnU Registrar Md Ohiduzzaman today issued an office order in this regard.
According to the order, he will have to ensure to the authority that he will not create any trouble in his department in future.
Earlier on May 22, Prof Junaid Ahmed Halim, chairman of film and television department, filed a complaint, saying Mishu on April 9 created an untoward situation in class.
A probe body consisting two assistant proctors -- Md Mohiuddin and Shilpi Rani Saha -- recommended that authorities exempt Mishu from the charges. An office order was also issued on November 17 to this end.
Following the order, Mishu went to his department on November 17 to sit for his fourth-semester final examination, but was forced out of the examination hall by Prof Halim, according to the witnesses.
When contacted after the incident, Prof Halim had said the letter that cleared the allegations against Mishu was “not acceptable”. He however, did not respond to the question whether he forced the student out of the exam hall.
Later on December 5, a review committee -- for further investigating an allegation against Mishu for causing an untoward situation in class in April this year -- submitted a probe report to the authorities.
Following the report submission, the office order was issued today allowing Mishu to participate in academic activities on condition.