PU decides to take L.L.B Part 1 exams online
Punjab University-affiliated law colleges heads held an important video-link meeting with the Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Niaz Ahmed and decided to hold L.L.B Part-I exams online as per the previous course outlines in August’s first week.
It has been decided that L.L.B Part-I written exams will be conducted online.
The VC and all the principles of law-colleges agreed that students would undergo practice exam before the real exam in August first week.
The meeting decided that the paper pattern will be uploaded on PU’s website.
Punjab University Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr Saleem Mazhar also presented in the meeting.
Thousands of law aspirants and legal studies students were waiting anxiously to this important meeting that took important steps.
It is pertinent to note that students and teachers expressed their displeasure on the sudden change of course outline of all subjects in March just before the four months of L.L.B exams but now the confusion has been removed as students will give the exams as per the previous course outline.
The Vice-Chancellor has decided that the meetings should be held regularly and the next meeting will be held on 21st May, 2020 for consideration of the matters or issues faced by the colleges regarding online classes due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Separately, PU VC Prof Niaz Ahmad has said that the decisions taken by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have once again proved that the thoughts of Allama Iqbal to establish a country for the Muslims in this region were right.
In his message on the death anniversary of Allama Iqbal, Prof Niaz Ahmad said that Allama Iqbal dreamt of the establishment of Pakistan and he motivated the Muslims of the region to get a separate homeland where they could live in an independent atmosphere and practice their religion.
He said that in Pakistan, all the minorities were enjoying complete freedom. He said that minorities in Pakistan were safe and could perform their religious obligations in a free manner.
On the contrary, he said, the situation of minorities in India was worsening day by day and they were falling prey to the brutalities of the Modi government. He said that Allama Iqbal was a universal poet and we needed to follow his teachings for the prosperity of Pakistan.