ISLAMABAD The National University of Modern Languages (NUML) was closed down on Thursday after receiving threats and the entry tests also have been postponed. According to the university officials the university received a letter from Interior Ministry informing about the possibility of a terrorist activity due to which the administration taking preventative measures closed down the campus till Friday. Talking to TheNation, Director General of NUML Kamran Jahangir said NUML administration did not receive threats directly but the Crises Management Cell of Interior Ministry conveyed the information regarding the threats through a letter. He informed the entry tests which were scheduled to be held on Friday have been postponed due to security threats as around 3,000 students were expected to appear in the test. Usually the students accompany their parents especially who come from other cities and the number of people reach to nearly 6,000 and the terrorist elements can easily take advantage of the situation. He said Saturday was already off for the students due to exams going on at the campus but administration and teaching faculty would be present at the campus. He said the decision of opening the university would be taken on Saturday.