In the wake of postponement of Bachelors of Law exams in the 7 affiliated colleges by Sindh University, the representatives of Sindh High Court Bar Association and SU’s Controller Examination held a meeting on Sunday.
An office bearer of SHCBA Hyderabad informed the APP the SHCBA Hyderabad’s President advocate Ayaz Hussain Tunio and District Bar Association’s President K B Lutf Ali Laghari held a meeting with the Controller Ghulam Mutaza Siyal.
The two sides discussed the repercussions mainly for 6,377 candidates of 7 law colleges who were appearing in the exams postponed by the university due to rampant use of unfair means. The legal fraternity and the SU administration’s official also discussed ways to curb cheating as some 460 copy and 18 impersonation cases were booked from May 12 to 19, prompting the postponement.
“The controller exams assured us that all the remaining papers of LLB part I, part II and part III will be taken before beginning of the holy month of Ramazan,” the SHCBA’s representative told the APP. The papers of 2 subjects of LLB part I and 3 each of LLB part II and part III were deferred on May 20.
The SU’s spokesman Nadir Mugheri had said the varsity received scores of complaints of cheating and impersonation before it took the decision of putting off the papers.—APP