Warning Letter to Students

To,

First Year,

Mining Engineering Batch

London University

31st August 2013

Sub: Warning letter

Dear Students,

It has come to our notice that the entire batch of first year was absent on 28th August. It is no coincidence that this was the date of underground mining course 101 assignment submissions. Thus, the department has from its own understanding taken this to be a mass bunk.

As a repercussion to this highly unwanted action you all have been awarded zero in your assignments. Students are also warned that this is the first and last time that you are being exempted with a meager punishment.

Please note that any future such occurrence will be counted as “serious misconduct” of the University rules. Owning to which you all will be held back for a year, and will have to spend the next one with your juniors. It will be important to reemphasize that as a rule effective from today, it is compulsory to have 70 percent individual attendance in each course. Failing which you will not be given your end semester admit cards.

The department also expects the students to write a letter of apology to the teacher concerned.

Regards,

Mr. Royston Fox

Head of Department

Mining Engineering

London University

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