Ah, SZABIST. SZABIST, with its strict attendance policy that doesn’t allow more than three absences, seems to really have it in for its students. I mean, we get how most universities tend to remain up and running unless things are REALLY bad, but when the city is literally burning, you might wanna call of classes, right?
NOPE. Not if you’re SZABIST.
To be fair, they didn’t even let students off on Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s death anniversary. And the place is named after the guy. So…yeah.
Anyhoo, the past few days have been pretty rough, given the halaat. TLP has been wreaking havoc after Aasia Bibi was set free. Consequently, various areas in different cities are blocked. And that’s just the tame version of what’s really going down.
In the face of all of this, students all over thought that hey, maybe we’d get some chuttis, considering it isn’t safe at all to leave one’s house. In fact, most private school associations did give holidays, keeping the situation in mind.
But, alas, some universities thought that it’d be a great idea to keep classes during a potential lockdown. Survival of the fittest and all, you know. SZABIST was one of those universities.
Basically, the official Student Council page bore the brunt of everyone’s anger by making the following announcement.
Then, when shit started hitting the fan, this announcement was posted. While some kids were already in school.
Talk about indecisiveness, right? But that’s not all. The exact same thing happened on the 31st of October too. Classes were held all day, and were then canceled during the day. Despite kids already having showed up. Matlab…hadh hai, SZABIST.
And even for November 1st, the following announcement was posted.
Matlab, who cares where the kids are coming from, right? Pfft. They’re just students. Not like they’re an important contributing factor to SZABIST’s framework.
Well, those very students are now trolling SZABIST. And honestly, it’s really funny. See for yourself:
It’s funny because it’s true. Shoutout to that one guard though who shows up despite all kharaab halaat.
However, the anger the students feel is palpable, since they’re taking it out on the Student Council body.
I mean, the students are REALLY pissed. Full ghussa nikaal rahe hain.
Not like it’s misplaced or anything.
Uh, some people want to take more serious measures…
Khair, we’ll give it to Szab folks for finding humor in such serious situations. Is your university the same? Let us know in the comments.
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