National College of Arts is currently running a Masters in Interior Design degree programme. Interestingly the three teachers who are running this programme are all architects holding degrees from domestic institutions and none of them has any qualification in Interior Design. They are, thus, not qualified to teach this course. The students, who are mostly professionals, some of them far better architects than the teachers themselves, are feeling extremely frustrated. Any student who dares to question these teachers is bound to fail as that is the unwritten Magna Carta of the NCA. I suggest that HEC should look into this quackery and save the future of these students. Out of over 100 students who passed this course so far, only two managed to get jobs and that too on sifarish. -FARIDUN HARMOZJI, Lahore, via e-mail, April 6.