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Protest Over Vulgar Question Paper of Allama Iqbal Open University

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Protest Over Vulgar Question Paper of Allama Iqbal Open University : Dozens of people across all over Pakistan are criticizing and protesting over Vulgar Questions paper of examination by Allama Iqbal Open University. In this Question paper students were asked really vulgar questions about their sisters in the name of “Personality of their Sister”.

Vulgar Question Paper of Allama Iqbal Open University

In the exam of Functional English of grade 10, there was a question of 15 marks in which students have to tell about their sisters in details i.e. about their age, height, weight looks and figure. This vulgar question paper suddenly got attention of thousands of people on social media and people started sharing it with anger on Allama Iqbal Open University’s management.

According to people These kinds of unethical questions should not be asked in examination because we are living in Islamic Republic of Pakistan where no one cal to talk like this about their sisters.

The higher education should take a strong action that what the examiner is questioning and his career should be banned after that no one could dare to ask such questions.

“A strict and immediate action must be taken against the person behind this and he or she should be punished so that again no one can even think about this kind of S*** again” A student of Matric class express his anger while sharing this picture on Regional Post’s Facebook page.

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On the other hand there are fewer people who are supporting this act and saying that there is not any issue in these questions.

It is pertinent to be mention that this in past few months ago the same kind of Question paper from Agha Khan Education Board got attention on social media in which students were asked unethical and vulgar questions but nothing happened, no one took notice and this is the second incidents in this year.

 

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