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DU teachers at fault: owe 1.80 crore as loan for studying abroad November 15, 2007

Posted by bdoza in BANGLADESH.
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The Daily Star reports: as many as 102 Dhaka University (DU) teachers went abroad on study leave owe 1.80 cr taka to the university authority as they never returned or repaid the loan taken before leaving the country for higher studies.

110 teachers since 1971 did not return to their jobs after the expiry of the four the four yearlong study leave.

All of them either resigned or were sacked by the university. Only eight repaid the loan of around Tk 16.1 4 lakh. DU authority is going to take initiative to have Taka 1.80 crore returned

The question of the ordinary citizen is that why after so many years the authority is thinking of identifying the defaulter and recollecting the money.

Will collecting the money back compensate the loss.?

This is a sort of brain drain. We should not encourage the system to drain our meritorious student away from our country.

The ordinary citizen thinks that to refund the money shouldn’t be enough; the rules also need a review.
The beneficiary should give obligatory service to the university, at least for years equivalent to the period one has taken the loan, after completion of his study. Then he can think of resigning or going abroad.

 

An ordinary citizen

 

Comments»

1. hypotheken met negatieve bkr registratie - December 12, 2007

It is true that finding steadfast documentation on this matter can be time consuming.

2. regel minikrediet zelf - January 4, 2008

Almost all web pages you locate have all you are searching for.

3. hypotheek bkr - July 28, 2008

hypotheek bkr…

Interesant artikel. Kan ik dit op mijn blog plaatsen? gr, Remcowoudstra…


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