Islamabad’s Universities Announce Online Classes Due to PTI March

Islamabad’s Universities Announce Online Classes Due to PTI March

In light of the country’s escalating political temperature, Bahria University Islamabad has declared that online classes will be held till Friday, May 27.

“All classes have been changed to Online Mode from tomorrow till Friday due to the current law and order crisis,” the university administration said in a statement.

“All FMs can take classes from home or at the Bahria University Islamabad campus,” it stated, adding that the classes must be held on Microsoft Teams according to the schedule.

All classes must be videotaped, with the URL uploaded to the LMS and shared via Performa, which will be shared soon.

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In addition, due to the political turbulence in the federal capital, the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) and Air University have announced that they will hold online sessions on May 25 and 26.

The NUST administration said in a statement that lessons at its H-8 Campus in Islamabad will be held online on Wednesday, May 25.

“On the 26th of May, the situation will be visited, and new instructions will be released on the QALAM and NUST social media platforms,” it read.

The email also stated that because there will be no transportation available on Wednesday, off-campus academics and staff can work from home.


Similarly, Air University has told its students that on May 25 and 26, all graduate and undergraduate classes will be held online.

“FMC will have online classes on May 25-26, and the MBBS supplementary examination scheduled for May 26 has been postponed,” the statement read.

On the indicated dates, all directorates and administrative divisions will operate from home and conduct planned meetings via Zoom, according to the management.

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