SHC directs SALU to take law colleges exams in phases

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Our Correspondent
Sukkur

The Sindh High Court’s Sukkur bench on Tuesday ordered the Shah Abdul Latif University to take the law colleges (SALU) Exams in phases.

The high court bench issued orders on a petition filed by law students pleading that the university has failed to take law examinations for last three years.

The Registrar of Shah Abdul Latif University was produced in the court today. “Why the exams not held for last three years,” Justice Aftab Ahmed Gorar questioned the Registrar. “The papers were delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic,” the university official replied.

“The pandemic situation exists for one year, but the papers have not been taken for the last three years,” the Justice remarked. “You have put the future of hundreds of students at stake,” Justice Gorar said.

 

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