SMLC starts second year classes without taking first year exam

KARACHI: University of Karachi’s (UoK) affiliated Sindh Muslim Law Collage has delayed its LLB first year annual examinations. The college has started its LLB second year classes as per schedule but attendance remained low in the classes. Starting classes of LLB second year without taking examination of first year seems to be against the education laws.

A large number of students complained that they are unable to attend the classes due to preparations for examinations. They said collage conducts examinations every year in August, but it has still not announced the examinations date. They demanded of college administration to take their examinations first, then conduct the classes as they can attend the classes with peace of mind.

An undergraduate student of law Kamran said that he cannot focus on the classes due to pressure of examinations. He said they are stuck between classes and examination’s preparations so the KoU’s administration should conduct their examinations as soon as possible.

UoK’s Deputy Controller of Examination Mohammad Qamar said that the process is going on to conduct the examinations of all law colleges affiliated with the university. He said the date for examinations may be announced in first week of September, 2015.

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