Students of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) have postponed their protest programme for two days starting from Sunday (Oct 13) in consideration of the university’s admission test scheduled for Oct 14.
The students will provide assistance to all aspiring students and their guardians who will come to the campus for the admission test, a spokesperson said on behalf of the protesting students.
As the university authorities have already taken noticeable steps in realising some of the students’ 10-point demand, which included ban on organisational politics on campus, the agitating students have decided to have faith on them, the spokesperson added.
Following the announcement at the base of the Buet Shaheed Minar, most of the students were seen going back to their respective halls, local media reported.
Following a six-day protest over the murder of Buet student Abrar Fahad, the students decided to postponed their programme after a meeting with Vice-Chancellor Professor Saiful Islam yesterday.