- Students fined in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s university, ICIT division says students fined in light of the fact that they played music in an class.
- College organization says students were consistently approached to stop the music as it was upsetting classes.
- One of the students is selected an expert’s program; other reading for college degree.
DERA ISMAIL KHAN: The Gomal University in Dera Ismail Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Friday forced a Rs5,000 fine on two students of its Institute of Computing and Information Technology (ICIT) Department for tuning in to music while classes were in meeting.
The Chairman of the ICIT Department, Zia Ud Din, said the two students had been playing music on a Bluetooth speaker in a showing zone of the varsity.
He added that their activity, “upset the classes progressing in the division at that point”.
“The two students were cautioned on numerous occasions to stop [the music] and were fined when they didn’t [pay] regard to the solicitations,” the executive said.
He added that the Bluetooth speaker was likewise seized from the students.
One of the students that was fined was selected an expert’s program in the division, while the other is reading for his college degree.
Gomal University Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Iftikhar Ahmed, while affirming the occurrence, said that “music that upsets the instructive climate” is prohibited in the college.
He added that the organization doesn’t have any issues in the event that somebody is tuning in to music without upsetting others.
Talking on the fine, the Gomal University VC explained that the organization has just prohibited smoking, drugs and political movement in the varsity.
Gomal University enduring an onslaught on Twitter.
A day after the occurrence, the varsity’s inadequately phrased notice turned into a web sensation on the Twitter.
Numerous Twitterati communicated outrage at the varsity for forcing the fine.
Another client commented that each instructive organization of Pakistan appeared to be “abusing the students”.
This client made fun of the errors on the ‘testament’: