Push exam dates to later on dates.

Push exam dates to later on dates.

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The following are some of the challenges faced by students resulting as irrational decision made by the Harare Institute of Technology pertaining to part 2 final exams due next week (7 September 2020) by the Registrar M.E Samupindi.

late communication by the institute has caused drastic panic and unbearable situations to both the student and the parent/guardian. lately the institute has not been communicating with students the last time we as students we were promised data packages in this lockdown but no one received any packages. Besides that during the one month that we were on campus aiding our coursework and practical's there was no working Wi-Fi on the campus which caused a strain in both academics and even registering online the whole system was down. Considering that the school has a small library that only facilitates for about 50 students its unbearable to access the online library without Wi-Fi. Apart from that we haven't received our course work marks or even our some of our work hasn't been returned. as students we need this material to do a SWOT analysis. During the SWOT week that was disrupted to national issues we did not have time to consult our lecturers so as to prepare for the exams as an individuals. Part four students were given a 2 weeks heads up notice, but us part 2's were given a 4 day notice. Moreover, there is no exam timetable. This decision in not fair and we as part two students we need this issue to be rectified and given ample time to prepare ahead of exams.

Some other challenges include 1. challenges to source out finances on short notice in this national COVID-19 pandemic lockdown to facilitate the decision i.e ( travel, food, accommodation and other needs) 2. there is a national lockdown to which there is no transport to move from one point o the other.

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