I was never expelled from BRAC or NSU: Sabila Noor

Published : 21 Mar 2023 09:56 PM

Well-known actress Sabila Noor has recently graduated with honors in English Literature from American International University (AIUB) with the result of 3.97 out of 4 points. She also achieved the prestigious 'Dr. Anwarul Abedin Leadership Award' from the university during the 21st convocation ceremony held on Sunday.

Sabila Nur was constantly being attacked in social media after posting her convocation pictures in Facebook. 

Most of the trolls claim that it is impossible for her to achieve a 3.97 GPA in English Literature due to her past experiences of being expelled from North-South and BRAC University. 

To prove her academic achievements, the actress has even published her grade sheet online along with her results.

The actrees said, “"This is for those who are saying I got kicked out of NSU and BRAC. I have attached my grade sheets from AIUB and BRAC below, which should speak for itself. My grades were bad at NSU, but I was never kicked out of there. I had just started acting in natoks at that time and simply did not study," read the post.”

She also mentioned the reason why her result was not good at her previous university. She said "Yes, my grades in NSU were not good, but it was wrong that I was kicked out. At the time, I had become more focused on my acting career and had lost interest in my studies. Additionally, I was pressured into studying a subject I had no interest in due to family expectations. I took a break by going to America for a period, and upon returning, I decided to switch both my major and university.”

About studying at BRAC University, she said, “During my time at BRAC, I was a highly sought-after student and had been listed as a VC for three semesters. However, when I was informed that I had to go to Turk for media work, I was completely devastated.

 This was not only due to the nature of the work but also because I was struggling with depression and knew I wouldn't be able to cope without my family for the three-month duration. As a result, I decided to transfer my credits to AIUB, which turned out to be the best decision for me.”