Thursday, 5 March 2009 9:55 AM

Be fair NTU

The complaints of students is something that goes on for so many years. If NTU favours certain individuals, then be flexible to others. Every year, new policies are placed on the heads of the students, that even deprive their rights and choices, but the policy giver twists their policy and keep their eyes open to students.

Just be fair. If you are not fair, then do not point fingers to students. The money given for the scholarship is aid given by foreign countries for the NTU to administer fairly, and not for them to administer as they wish. Therefore, I believe NTU should stop pointing fingers, and place more policies. If they are 100% right in their work, then they are right to terminate and decide programmes for students.

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