Following is the text of press release issued by
A meeting was held at CEAD, MUET, Jamshoro to discuss such issue. CEAD, MUET, Jamshoro, Director Prof. Dr
He said that it is observed that some social pages titled CEAD have kept irrelevant material are propagating misinformation about different examination, extracurricular activities, circulars etc, that create unrest in the study career of students and lead them to misguidance.
He warned that if anyone found to run such pages after mentioned period without approval, an action as per cyber crime law will be taken against him/her.
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