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81 LLM students face loss of year

KARACHI, April 16(Dawn): The future of 81 students of Sindh Muslim Government Law College, Karachi, hangs in the balance as the University of Karachi has refused to recognize them as eligible candidates for examination.

The students told PPI that the S. M. Law College had granted admission to 181 students in LLM previous year but the University of Karachi accepted only 100 of them. The university refused to let the remaining 81 take the examination.

The students of LLM Part-I, batch 2006-07 maintained that they had got admission as per the prescribed rules and regulations and paid all fees but now the college principal told them the KU had not accepted admissions of 81 students.

The students said the KU decision was not fair as the last year, it had allowed 200 LLM students to appear in the examination.

They have already appealed to the KU vice-chancellor and other education authorities for justice but without any response so far.

They stated that they had attended their classes regularly and fulfilled all other academic formalities as per the rules of the college, adding that there was no justification to bar them from taking examination.

They appealed to the authorities concerned to help resolve the problem and save their precious academic year.
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