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University students hilarious response to Govt. decision about exams

University Students all over the country took to the internet the recent decision by Govt. to let universities take exams as per HEC SOPs.

Federal Minister for Education, Shafqat Mahmood yesterday announced the decision to cancel all board exams throughout the country due to novel coronavirus. But the universities would decide their exams schedule according to their own policies and according to the direction and SOPs issued by the Higher Education Commission.

The decision was welcomed by school and college students but uni students showed displeasure and took to twitter. #CallOffUniversitiesExams became a top trend in no time.

Some of the responses are hilarious;

University students were also expecting some relief for exam in these difficult times but the decision went the other way.

Hilarious and thought provoking memes were shared by students on twitter.

@itxahmed_691 reminded Prime Minister Imran Khan about university students also voting for PTI.

While school and college students were enjoying and relaxing after the decision, university students will have to stick to their routine study for exams.

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