How the image of university VCs became hand-in-hand with 'misconduct, corruption'?
Vice Chancellor - a guardian, a lighthouse for the most talented minds studying in the highest institutes of education. They are among the most respected people in our country. Or are they, nowadays?
VCs of several public universities are accused of specific misconducts like oppression, extortion, corruption, nepotism, and giving appointments in exchange of money. Student protests, student harassment, and chaos in the universities are now commonplace.
Why is this happening to our universities? How will it affect our higher education and the students?
In Star Viewsroom, Debjani Shyama discusses with The Daily Star Bangla Editor Golam Mortoza the unethical behaviours of VCs and other teachers of the universities, as well the toll they are taking on our education system.