Money gets marks

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - FIDA ZA­MAN

The on­go­ing prac­ti­cal pa­pers have brought an­other ex­am­ple of cor­rup­tion to light. The stu­dents of Girls Col­lege Tur­bat were de­manded 500 ru­pees against 15 marks of prac­ti­cal by the ex­am­iner. Un­for­tu­nately when they re­fused, their pa­pers were torn and were threat­ened that they would be failed in prac­ti­cals. How cor­rupt and black­mail­ing is our ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem.

It was re­ally dis­heart­en­ing for the rest of stu­dents. The govern­ment must take very solid ac­tion against the in­jus­tice done with stu­dents.

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