Committee to diagnose the causes of mass failure in the College of Rafidain
25/7/2018 12:00 am
[rtl] Baghdad / Haidar al-Athari
The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research formed a high-level committee to diagnose the causes of mass failure of hundreds of students at Al-Rafidain University College, confirming that the final report will be submitted within days.
The official spokesman of the ministry, Dr. Haider Mohammed Al-Aboudi, said in a special statement to "Sabah" that his ministry formed an independent high-level committee to diagnose the reasons that led to the cases of mass failure of students of the fourth phase of the Department of Law at the University of Rafidain University in three subjects within the central exam.
He stressed that the ministry is looking at the issue from a purely scientific point of view, in order to provide fairness to the students and ascertain the results of the answers through the committee, noting that the final results will be announced within days.
For their part, a number of students expressed dissatisfaction with the results of the cases of collective failure in three subjects.
The student, Ahmed Hamed, who is expected to graduate in the fourth phase of the law, described the results of the final exams in a special interview for "morning", "unfair to the students," after the results showed the majority of them for unknown reasons, calling for lifting the injustice that occurred on the students of the Department of Law and Correcting notebooks.
The student, Hiba Sami, said that the college did not unite the curriculum of the fourth stage, especially the materials for the central exam between the governmental and private colleges, stressing that the students were victims of the different curricula and the exam curriculum did not study any separation, Students with the majority of subjects.
Student Dalia Amer, also considered the results of the exams "disappointing", saying that a large number of students exceeded their quest of 30 of 50 and need a few degrees do not exceed the 20 of 60 did not get them despite the decision to five degrees for each student.
The books of the Faculty of Law at the Iraqi University, which showed a collective footprint for students, including distinguished students of the department over the past school years, appealed to the Minister of Higher Education to intervene to end the injustice inflicted on law students [/rtl]
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