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UDS students forced to use slabs as tables to write exams
2010-12-07 23:31:06This article has been read 664 times.
Students of the Wa campus of the University for Development Studies have been forced to use slabs as makeshift tables to write their first trimester examinations.
The students say this inconveniences them when they are writing. They have appealed to the university authorities to do better in subsequent examinations.
Some of the students who spoke to Joy News on condition of anonymity said while they are sitting under canopies for the exams, sun rays filtering through the canopies cause them great discomfort.
According to them, the structure of the plastic makes it inconvenient for examination.
Authorities of the school have declined to comment on the matter for now.
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