Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Students seek reopening of Afghan medical university

PESHAWAR: Students have communicated worry over conclusion of a private therapeutic college and asked the common government to promptly revive the foundation to spare their future.

Tending to a news gathering on Monday, Pak-Afghan Students Federation President Naik Muhammad said the authorities of Higher Education Regulatory Authority (HERA) and region organization had fixed the Imam Ghazali Medical University and made issues for its understudies.

Flanked by Dr Akbar Hussain, Shabbir Ali, Samiullah, and others, he said the understudies had effectively paid powerful affirmation and educational cost expenses amid studies in most recent five years. He said the conclusion of the college was a foul play with them.

"We have asked the Afghan Consulate in Peshawar a few times through reports for enrollment of the varsity however nothing was done," he said.He included that authorities of the locale organization led a strike two days back, and fixed the college.