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UOP student federations Complete ban
« on: April 03, 2010, 08:38:27 AM »
UOP student federations Complete ban
PESHAWAR: Imposing a complete ban on all the student federations and regional associations, Vice-Chancellor, University of Peshawar, Prof Dr Azmat Hayat Khan on Friday said a clean-up operation would be launched in the hostels to ensure peaceful environment on the campus before reopening the university.

Chairing a meeting, the vice-chancellor said the fresh affidavits would be taken from all the students and anyone found involved in political activities would be expelled from the university.

The vice-chancellor said no book fair or Dars-e-Quran would be allowed in the university and the hostels would remain closed during summer. He added keeping and display of arms was strictly banned in the university and the violators would be arrested and punished.

The participants of the meeting were also informed that the Jinnah College for Women and Home Economics College would reopen from April 5 along with the Islamia College University, while the rest of the departments and institutes of the university would be reopened phase-wise in the next 15 days.

Dr Azmat Hayat also warned the teachers and other staff members to avoid taking part in political activities and creating disturbance on the campus or else strict action would be taken against them.

The meeting, which was attended by the registrar, administration officer and deans of all the faculties, also imposed an immediate ban on entrance of rickshaws and taxicabs into the university. The vice-chancellor directed the administration officer to arrange efficient intra-campus transport service to facilitate the students.

He said the prime responsibility of the university administration was to have a check on all the students and staffers creating unrest in the university, as their activities left adverse effects on the precious time and studies of thousands of students.

The vice-chancellor directed the provost to issue directives to wardens and Class-IV staff of the hostels to keep the administration informed of the activities of students. He added it was high time to take effective measures for ensuring peace on the campus instead of sweeping the issue under the carpet.

Dr Azmat Hayat maintained that if the steps being taken by the administration failed to bear any fruit, the university might think of converting the institution into a daytime seat of learning and the hostels would be converted into departments and laboratories.

Principal of the Khyber Law College requested the vice-chancellor to allow the LLB students to reside in the college till the reopening of the hostels so that their studies and examinations might not be affected. The examination at the Khyber Law College was scheduled to start from April 5. The meeting allowed the male students of LLB hailing from far-flung areas to stay in the Khyber Law College.The news