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    Posted March 15, 2014 by
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    Student voices in journalism

    Students of ENSI Tunisia say NO TO NEPOTISM!

     
    Corruption affects every administration in one way or another. But, in an academic administration such as ENSI , it has assumed such tendencies that things are becoming extremely unbearable!

    While Students from this school have struggled and worked really hard in order to get the best ranks and finally get a spot in a such prestigious computer engineering school, others’ greed is apparently unlimited. They seem to be in a hurry to find the key to short-cuts at the expense of others. The newly-elected director has broken the law and allowed her son to study in ENSI even though he was absolutely ineligible.

    The nomination of the new director after a whole 4 months with nobody at the head of the school administration has pushed the students to protest against the abuse of power. In fact, this was not their only demand because the administration malpractices does not seem to have an end at all. Graduates from last year still have not received their diplomas! Not a single result of any kind of exam for the 2013/2014 academic year! No funding for the third year students going abroad for their graduation project and a lot of other countless problems !

    It's been almost two weeks since classes are suspended waiting for the minister of higher education to come with solutions to these scandalous acts .Unfortunately,no attention has yet been paid to the demands. The students’ legitimate rights seem to have no value to some people. But, I’m quiet sure they won’t call off the ongoing strike until all of their demands are met .

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