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After protests throughout the nation, college students from a non-public college in Karachi have taken to the streets to protest in opposition to in-person examinations.

The scholars, like others throughout the nation, are saying that if their varsity administration held courses on-line then it must also conduct the examination in the identical format.

Chatting with Geo Information, the scholars, who belong to Bahria College, stated that that they had requested the college to take on-campus courses; nonetheless, it had refused to take action.

“Our exams have already been delayed, and now we demand that the university [expedite the matter] and conduct online exams.”

The exams are as a result of start in February.

The scholars vowed to proceed their protest until their calls for are met.

Talking on why the college was conducting the exams in-person and never on-line, college students claimed that their institute was solely doing so with the intention to cost charges from the scholars.

In the meantime, the college stated that it was obliged to comply with the Islamabad campus and that they might not decide unilaterally.

Talks passed off between the scholars and the varsity administration, after which the protesters acquired cut up into two teams. One group left, whereas the opposite continued the protest saying that it didn’t “trust the management”.

As a result of protest, the highway going from Millennium Mall to Dalmia has been blocked.

In response to the state of affairs, police, who already started arriving on the scene, known as for extra deployment of forces.

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