#VUresultnamanzoor top trend on Twitter as Virtual University fails Almost Over90% of Students

VUresult namanzoor top trend on Twitter

Virtual University, a well-renowned University recently announced the Results of the Spring Semester of 2022. which has caused an uproar among the VU students because 90 % of students failed in all subjects.

After this massive students start a campaign against VU and took to Twitter to raise their voice with the hashtag #vuresultnamanzoor, making it one of the top trending hashtags with over 88,000 retweets on the microblogging platform

Top Trend on Twitter #VUresultnamanzoor as VU failed 90% of Students

Furthermore, one of the VU students, tweeted that the university has no right to play with their future, urging other students to raise their voices over the issue.

Students stated that most students failed due to the revised examination policy of the University which was not shared with the students. Students asked the institution to fix the problem and amend the results after including assignments and quiz marks.

VU’s BS in Computer Science (CS) student, stated that the institution did not grade their assignments and quizzes on the pretext of the severe floods across the country, while their midterm marks were not counted either. he also argued that the university failed many flood victim students instead of passing or giving them additional marks during the challenging times

It is important to note that recently Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) imposed a withholding tax (WHT) of Rs. 150.2 million on the university after conducting an audit of the VU’s WHT for 2018. In this regard,  a large number of students have alleged that the university has deliberately failed them so it can collect registration fees from them for the failed courses in order to pay its huge amount of WHT.

#VUresultnamanzoor top trend on Twitter as Virtual University fails Almost Over90% of Students

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