CRUTECH: Management Cancels Monday Exam Amidst Protest By Students

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By Patrick Obia and Ololo Kelvin

Having resumed from two weeks break the students of Cross River University of Technology, Calabar Campus, rejuvenated their protest as management insist on “No Fee, No Exam” policy.

The protesters in their numbers chased other students ready to write their papers away from exam halls and tore question and answer sheets in different departments and faculties.

However, in the department of Mass Communication, students who paid their fees had written first paper with those who have not paid denied to write. Other papers have been cancelled for today (Monday) due to the protest.

The students had on Monday, 3rd June 2019 took out to protest against the Management’s new policy of “No Fee, No Exam” which led to the suspension and postponement of the examinations to two weeks according to the authority to enable those who have not paid fee source for it.

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