KU clarifies its position before the Sindh high court on the lack of Ph.D. teachers in its law department. It is stated law any department of a university must have a minimum of 2 Ph.D. teachers in its faculty otherwise their issued degree would not be recognized. KU was asked to clear the reason because its law department is not fulfilling the required criteria for issuance of a recognized degree.
“A university degree that does not meet this requirement is not recognized,” the official stated.
The department was asked that how they are considering pursuing the Ph.D. degree to students while they are completing denying the legal way of teaching and providing degree.
There would be a hearing by Sindh High Court on 8 April to explain the circumstances behind the lack of Ph.D. teachers’ in-law department.
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