FAISALABAD: Extra instances of motion towards college students by the College of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) administration over ‘social media feedback’ have come to fore.
The UAF has penalised three college students — two face expulsion for good and one other scholar for one yr –on the allegation of posting feedback on social media towards the college administration.
Arbaz Hassan of BSc (hons) Agriculture PBG sixth semester has been rusticated from the college for one yr as he has been discovered responsible of “damaging reputation and bringing dangerous identify to the college, unethical behaviour, teasing and utilizing filthy language with college feminine college students and sending/passing false feedback on social media to them.”
In addition to, Ahsan Safdar and Mubashir Ali Hashmi of Tunnel Farming Diploma have been accused of “disrespect of the college via social media, making an attempt to provoke an undesirable/undesirable debate on media and damaging reputation and bringing dangerous identify to the college.” Each have been expelled from the college and a notification was issued on Might 31 final.
The college had just lately expelled Muhammad Isfandyar Javed of MSc (Hons) agronomy (2nd semester), Zubair Iqbal of MSc (Hons) plant breeding and genetics (2nd semester), Ghulam Jelani of MS administration sciences (4th semester) and Umer Bilal of MSc horticulture (2nd semester) on the allegations of “spreading undesirable feedback/remarks towards the college administration on social media, deceptive and trapping the scholars group and defaming, damaging reputation and bringing dangerous identify to the college.”
They have been expelled by means of two notifications issued on June 6.
Some college students advised Daybreak that the college administration had been monitoring the social media accounts of scholars to suppress their voice. They stated the administration needed to place curbs on free speech and had taken excessive steps towards some college students to make an instance.
They stated the liberty of expression proper is assured by the Structure and the college
administration appears to haven’t any qualms about violating it. They’ve appealed to Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and the chief justice of Pakistan to look into the difficulty and assist the scholars pursue their schooling in a conducive studying surroundings.
Revealed in Daybreak, June 14th, 2017
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