IDPs students of NW protested against Bannu Board Administration

August 5, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Peshawar: Students of various colleges of North Waziristan and B.A B.Sc held a protest demonstration in front of Bannu Higher Secondary Board urging government to complete the B.A B.Sc exams and withdraw unfair mean cases against the students of North Waziristan.

Holding placards and chanting slogans against Bannu Board Administration the affected students of North Waziristan complained that their one year could be wasted if our incomplete exams not conducted in Bannu.

“ hundreds of students are waiting for their exam which could not be completed due to start of operation Zarb-e-Azab. Besides more than one hundred students of Mir Ali and Miran Shah Colleges are facing Unfair Mean and impersonation cases which is injustice with the students”, they said while gathered in front BISE Bannu on Wednesday.

Later Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bannu Professor Ishfaq Ali conducted meeting with the affected students of North Waziristan and heard their problems.

Chairman Board said that it is the policy of new government that not to tolerate unfair means during exams. He said that four thousand two hundred twenty nine students were appeared in F.A , FSc exams and only cases of UFM were registered against 120 students of North Waziristan.

Though, he assured the students that their reservations would be removed and cases against those not involved in UFM would be withdrawn according to the rules. He also assured the students that their complaints against marking would be resolved and their papers would be rechecked.

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