Commets University: Faculty member fired for asking students objectionable questions in paper

Comsetes University has fired a faculty member who asked students controversial questions in an English composition exam.
The university informed the Ministry of Science and Technology about the matter and said that the services of the said faculty member have been terminated. It may be noted that the university's Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (BEE) students were 'shocked' to read a highly objectionable question in the recent English exam, on which they were asked to write a 300-word essay.
The faculty member was dismissed on January 5 after this examination. The Ministry of Science and Technology took notice of the matter on January 19, after which a reply was submitted to the university on February 2.
According to the university administration, the lecturer who asked this question was serving as a visiting faculty in the university, who has been blacklisted.
Comsets Additional Registrar Naveed Ahmed Khan confirmed that the BEE English Composition paper asked students a 'highly objectionable question'.
On the other hand, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Aminul Haque has also taken notice of the unethical paper and directed the university head to take strict action and has called for the investigation report within a week. Amin-ul-Haq says that this paper was opened on December 4 last year in which the question included is very unethical and against the curriculum law. The ministry has also directed the Additional Secretary to investigate.

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