Invigilators ask students to pair-up after college runs out of question papers
KARACHI: Invigilators asked students to pair-up after Karachi’s private college ran out of question papers, on Thursday.
According to the students of Apwa Government Degree college Karimabad, they sat to take chemistry examination when the invigilators ran out of the question papers .
However, invigilators asked students to pair up and share question paper.
Earlier in 2020, Medical students from interior Sindh were denied rights of living in Dow Medical College hostel ,in Karachi.
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The MBBS students held a protest before the Karachi Press Club demanding rehabilitation of students in the building.
A fourth year student of MBBS from Kashmore, Shehzad Ali apprised Dialogue Pakistan that Institute of Physical and Medical Rehabilitation (IPMR) was established in two of the three buildings allotted for hostel. Then, he said, one hundred students were forced to live in 30 rooms as they had no shelter to live beneath.
He claimed that later all the three buildings were vacated from them. “They snatched our hostels,” he said.
“We staged dozens of protests. We are launching hunger strike now. We may also invade red zone area, if our demands are not met,” he said.