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Isfahan University of Technology
General Affairs Educational Office
Postal code: 84156 Isfahan
In the Name of God
Date: 20 Azar 1390 [11 December 2011]
From: University Academic Services
To: Mr. Rouhollah Tashakkor [redacted]
Student of electrical engineering––specialty is undecided (day student)
Further to our writ of notification number 324/90/36620, dated 14 Aban 1390 [5 November 2011], you are hereby informed that you have not appeared at the university to enrol or select your courses from the beginning of the first semester of the academic year 1390-1391 [2011/2012] up to now and have not notified the university academic services of your circumstances; therefore, based on Article 35 of the Charter of Academic Guidelines, you are now considered as “withdrawn from education” and thus have no right to continue your education.
You are asked to come to the university as soon as possible in order to settle the financial matters.
Article 35: Abandoning university studies without obtaining appropriate permission from the university is considered “withdrawal from education.” Students who abandon their studies have no right to continue their education.
Director of University Academic Services
[Signature over official stamp]
Address: Isfahan [redacted]
1. Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering;
2. Director of Office of Graduation;
3. Office of the Affairs of Dormitories;
4. University Students’ Welfare Office;
5. Current Archives Office