using "consequent to the" and "shall have to" in the following text.

sathkeerti

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INDIA, TELUGU
let me know the correctness of using "consequent to the" and "shall have to" in the following text.
Consequent to the Circular received from University, the examination for 2nd year scheduled to be held on 4-4-2007 is postponed to 15-4-2007. Hence, the faculty members who have been assigned invigilation duties on 24-4-1998 shall have to attend this invigilation duty on 30-04-1998.
 
  • maxiogee

    Banned
    English
    It is technically correct, although probably overly formal.

    I would query the use of 'received from University' - is the institution not more formally titled? Indeed is the circular not from a person/position which should be cited?

    I would also query the use of 'who have been assigned' and 'shall have to attend' with dates in the past - 24-4-1998 and 30-4-1998.

    Also finally, does one 'attend' or 'perform' invigilation duties?
     
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