Egypt: 6 Students Denied Access to Exam after End of Exams!
|Tuesday, July 10,2007 00:00|
Morad Khalil Nash’at, the dean of the Institute of Efficient Productivity, Zagazig University, north of Cairo, issued a decision denying 6 students access to the first term exams after students did all second term exams and even after one of them, Bashir Ismail Abdullah, knew the result of his exams.
Dr. Morad ordered the six students denied access exam of the human rights subject.
It’s worth mentioning that several students were investigated during the academic year and those investigations ended without taking any measure against them. This unprecedented punishment, of denying them access to an exam they have already did, raises eyebrows of the students. These students include:
1-Bashir Ismail Abdullah, fourth year (agricultural), denied access to human rights exam
2-Ali Mohamed Gamaluddin, first year (commercial), denied access to computer exam
3-Abdullah Mohamed Abdullah, second year (commercial)
Dr. Morad refused to give the students a copy of the decision to be able to file lawsuits against it.