Quaid-e-Azam University closed as students boycott classes

October 30, 2017
Published in Education, Pakistan



ISLAMABAD: The educational activities have once again been suspended in Quaid-e-Azam University located in the federal capital after students went on a strike on Monday.


The administration section of the university has been locked as students said the academic activities have been put on hold for one day in protest.

Students also said they will continue their boycott of the classes until their demands are met.

Earlier on October 24, the educational activities were restored in the university after 20 days of closure with security men deployed inside the campus as detained students were released from police detention. –SAMAA
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