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2400 Students of University of Mianwali Will Not Get Their Degrees

2400 Students of University of Mianwali Will Not Get Their Degrees

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The future of 2,400 students at the University of Mianwali (UoM) is uncertain after it was revealed that the institute does not exist in the Higher Education Commission’s (HEC) list of accredited institutes.

In September 2012, a sub-campus of the University of Sargodha (UoS) was established at the MA block of government degree college Mianwali. 7 years later, Punjab’s Higher Education Department (PHED) notified the establishment of UoM on August 29, 2019. However, UoM does not meet the basic requirements of a university. It does not even have a regular Vice-Chancellor (VC). Dr. Shabbar Attique, the VC of the University of Gujrat (UoG), has been overseeing the administrative matters of UoM. Dr. Shabbar visits UoM just once a month.

What will the students do?

This is the fate of 2400 students that we’re talking about. These students have paid in millions for a degree but they might not even get the degree. How will the University compensate these students? Will the government do something to help the students?

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