There will be no submission of examination papers this semester unless a remit is obtained.
So said the West Indies Group of University Teachers (WIGUT) as its members staged protest on Thursday at the UWI, St Augustine campus.
When the union staged its last protest in March, members were informed by UWI management that the Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) promised to respond to their request within six weeks.
That six-week period ends on Sunday, and the CPO is yet to respond.
As such, WIGUT continued protest action yesterday for lecturers and staff who have not had an increase in salary since 2014.
The union said there will be no submission of examination papers unless a remit is obtained.
Exams are set to begin next week and end by May 15th.
WIGUT president Indira Rampersad warned that if there is no remit by the end of the month, more protest action is to follow.
She also reminded that the only people allowed to set exam papers are the first and second examiners and, as such, management’s contingency plans to use past papers will not work.