Islamabad Universities Manage Online Classes After PTI March
Islamabad, Universities in Islamabad have announced that they will conduct their classes online till 27 May as there is political turmoil in the federal capital. Islamabad Universities Manage Online Classes After PTI March as there will be no transport during the Long march days and it will not be possible for the students to attend their regular classes in their relevant universities, which can affect their study. In the wake of this law and order situation in the country, the classes have been shifted to online mode till Friday.
Bahria University has shifted their classes on online mode and their classes will be conducted on Mircosoft team according to their time table. The classes must be recorded and link will be provided on LMS and it will be shared through performa, which will be shared with the students soon. NUST and Air University have also announced their online classes on 25 and 26 May 2022 and the universities will visit the situation in the federal capital on 26 May and fresh instructions will be issued to the students on QALAM and NUST social media platforms. The off-campus faculty and staff have the option that they can do their work from home. FMC will conduct their online classes on 25 and 26 May and their MBBS supply exams, which was planned on 26 May, has been postponed.