LARKANA: Students of Sindh University Larkana campus boycotted the second paper of the second semester on Wednesday in protest over non-registration of the campus and shortage of faculty there.

The students, after boycotting the exam, staged a sit-in at the main gate of the campus which is temporarily housed in the building of Government College of Commerce and Arts.

Kashif Soomro, Basit Makani and Niaz Chandio led the protest and raised slogans against what they described as the indifferent attitude of the university management.

Safeer Mirani, student of the fourth semester of BS Computer Science, who is also a spokesman for the protesting students, told Dawn that students of the fourth semester would boycott the papers of Thursday.

He said the protest would continue till acceptance of their demands.

The Larkana campus was established in 2012 which is being run without proper facilities in all sections.

Currently, he said, 250 students were admitted in BS Computer Science, English and BBA. He said that people at the helm of affairs were threatening the students for dire consequences if they did not stop the protest.

Published in Dawn, December 4th, 2014