Panjab University to Restrict the Exhaling of Carbon Dioxide by Students


The very sensitive news comes from the Panjab University, as on September 21, 2017, the University has decided to put a ban on students exhaling carbon dioxide (everybody?) in the University campus. This ban was imposed in lieu of the petition filed by the students belonging to a renowned party in the campus, who raised voice against cigarette smoking as it pollutes the environment, and so does carbon dioxide. 

At 1:00 AM, the spokesperson of the authorities of Panjab University, announced that a ban on smoking cigarettes has already been enforced on the campus. He added a ban on the students exhaling carbon dioxide, vehicles emitting smoke, machines emitting smoke and another thing which possess a threat of air pollution in the campus is being discussed and will be officially announced shortly.

 The details were provided on the website of Panjab University stating that any student or teacher found exhaling carbon dioxide on the campus will have to pay a fine of Rs. 5,000.  The fine has to be paid within 24 hours of offense otherwise, the fine may increase up to Rs. 500 per hour. The students are supposed to wear special anti-carbon dioxide masks, in order to avoid the dangerous gas from spreading in the university.

When asked from a student of the University, he said that the ban has been imposed for the collective good and such practices do not even stand right in front of the reputation of the University and the intellect level in the University. After this ban put by the authorities of University, some colleges are also thinking of putting a ban on such practices on the campus, if the ban doesn’t already prevail.

Finally, it can be said that Panjab University has stood up to the demands of students for a good of the lots, which will only help Panjab University to prosper and alter its position in the cleanest Universities in India, which is sixth for now.

Disclaimer: Bogus Bulletin is our way of bringing forward the inner wants of the students through a column of believably fake news, on Thursday eves. 

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Dipesh Jindal
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