New Delhi: A university in Pakistan asked students about their opinions on having s** with their siblings, igniting a debate as various celebrities and student organisations criticised the “vulgar content” of the question paper. After many shared screenshots of the exam on social media, many called for the vice chancellor and university chancellor to be questioned.
The question, which was given to Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (BEE) students in December of last year, asks the students to prepare an essay after reading a section titled “Julie and Mark scenario.”
“Julie and Mark are brother and sister. They are travelling together in France on summer vacation from college. One night they are staying alone in a cabin near the beach. They decided that it would be interesting and fun if they tried making love. At the very least, it would be a new experience for each of them,” reads the essay prompt for the question.
Students were questioned about the scenario as a whole and if it was OK for Julie and Mark to “make love” in the questions that followed.
Stop dusting the filth under the carpet to protect the culprits. Is it enough to fire that moron who asked such a filthy question?Don’t the higher ups in the university know what’s going on? Or is the #comsatsuniversity owned by the teacher? Stop this nonsense rant #COMSATS pic.twitter.com/7GMBZ3ynTK
— Mishi khan (@mishilicious) February 20, 2023
Actor and singer Mishi Khan said on Twitter, “Shame on you @cuissbc. Your pathetic university should be sealed & the perverted teachers should be kicked out. Whoever asked this question should be behind bars. How dare you ask this filthy question?”
“The top universities of Pakistan are on a mission to destroy the youth of Pakistan and our culture and religious values!” Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member Shehryar Bukhari posted something on social media.
After an investigation, the institution fired and blacklisted the teacher who posed the question, according to the New York Post.
“The content of the quiz is highly objectionable and totally against the curriculum laws of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and caused unrest amongst the families of the students,” a letter from a university official read as per the report.