Islamabad: QAU under fire for selling important student documents as ‘trash’
After the news of the incident went viral, the Islamabad university's administration released a statement on the matter.
Recent reports state that a university in the federal capital sold off its students’ admission forms, certificates, and other critical documents as trash. A media outlet reported that Islamabad’s Quaid-e-Azam University performed the shocking act.
According to sources, the selling of key documents as trash by the university administration led to records of numerous fields of study being lost at the trash site.
After the news of the incident went viral, the Islamabad university’s administration released a statement on the matter. The university officials stated:
We would investigate as to whose negligence led to the critical documents being sold off as trash.
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