ISLAMABAD The two-day consecutive massive demonstration over increase in transport fares has disturbed final exams of the Bhara Kahu students especially, those studying at roadside schools. These are crucial days for students from Nursery to 8 classes because of their final exams for which they have been preparing since the start of the year. But unfortunately, their studies were disturbed due to the prevailing law and order situation in the Bhara Kahu area. Most of the students of private schools reached their homes late night by using alternative routes and could not get time for preparing their next paper. Among these students included around 100 students of Corlot School who reached home at 10 pm by using alternative routes. Particularly, those students and teachers who reside in areas of Phulgran, Satrameel, Shahdara, Malpur, Dhokjalani, Bastal and Pind faced great trouble in reaching their destinations. Majority of teachers belongs to Rawalpindi and Islamabad or the above-mentioned areas resided at their colleagues homes in the nearby areas. Friday was too bad for academic activities and teachers as well as students faced various problems for the second consecutive day. The circumstances were normal till 9 Oclock and students did not face any trouble in reaching their schools. Students studying at roadside schools including Minhaj-jul-Quran, Pics School and College, Al-Noor Girls College, Takbir Acadmy, Mukhtar College, Anglique School System, Islamabad Secondary School and My Dear Public School attended their institutions in entirely stressing circumstances. They feared security risks even inside their institutions. They were already psychologically disturbed due to the prevailing situation. According to teachers though the attendance on Friday was not low because of the final exams and most of students reached late at school by using available transport, but when they were free in the noon, the condition was same as was on Thursday that again created panic in them while they were on their way home. One of the teachers of Minhaj-ul-Quran, Shahid Ali told that students of class 5 and class 8 were free after exams, however, those of other classes who appeared in exams despite tense situation could not focus on their studies and faced immense problems in preparing for their examinations. Another teacher Sobia from Superior Science School revealed that she walked from Bhara Kahu to Satrameel on Thursday to reach her home.