Mahfuzur Rahman Manik
The admission trade(15 august 2009FE)
মার্চ 17, 2010

ADMISSION to Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) classes is going on in the colleges. In the colleges, one cannot but notice what is going on, admission trade. At least that is what a recent report published by a national English daily states. This "admission trade plague" has been going on, in the language of the daily, for many years.

The ruling party of the day is to blame for much of this problem. The students' wings of the ruling party do this. The college administrations feel helpless before the ruling party's students' organisation. During the admission to Honours classes four or five months back, we also saw this happening. Transfer or insulting the teachers, who refuse to oblige, is a regular feature.

The waiting list creates an opportunity to earn. A student in the waiting list has to pay ten to fifty thousand takas to the student leaders to get admission. When a student fails to pay, he or she should forget admission though his or her serial is at the top.

This is quite pathetic. A student leader can deprive the students. We need to stop this undesirable culture.

The government should look into the matter. It should not allow the students' wing of the ruling party do it anymore.

Those who indulge in such activities must be punished. It should not matter whether or not they support the government. The law should be equally enforced. If this culture continues, students will lose their rights, the talented will be denied admission only to pave the way for the less talented with money.

It will not be possible for us to achieve our dream of 'Digital Bangladesh' in this way. The college administration should follow its own rules. Only the talented should get admission.

We request the government to stop the gross bending of the rules to uphold its image.


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