Karachi University teachers demand to postpone online exams
Karachi University teachers demand postponement of online exams.
According to details, the teachers of Karachi University have expressed reservations over the online exams and demanded postponement of the online exams.
Teachers say that the Karachi University administration has not prepared for the online exams nor has it trained the teachers to conduct the online exams.
They say practical exams should be held at the university after the announcement by the federal government.
Teachers added that students were unable to take online exams due to load shedding, lack of internet access and lack of resources.
The teachers also expressed concern over the online exams and demanded that a meeting of the Academic Council, Syndicate and Senate be convened.
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