The university authorities also decided to take assistance from the law enforcement agencies to detect and drive out outsiders from the campus and residential halls.
The authorities of Dhaka University (DU) are considering placing security checkpoints at all entry points of the campus to make it off-limits to outsiders, DU Vice-Chancellor Prof Akhtaruzzaman said on Tuesday.
The decision was made following the recent agitations on the DU campus “caused in the name of quota reform movement,” the DU VC told reporters at his office.
“We will place a security checkpoint at every entry point so no outsider can stay, move or hold any activity within the campus without the permission of the authorities concerned,” he added.
When asked about students boycotting exams and classes over quota reform protests, he said halting exams and creating obstruction during classes can never be considered a gracious act.
The DU authorities also decided to take assistance from the law enforcement agencies to detect and drive out outsiders from the campus and residential halls.
On July 5, the DU Provost Committee unanimously decided to restrict the movement of anyone who is not a student, teacher or university officials on the campus, barring the outsiders to roam around the campus or hold any activities there without permission.