Cambridge Exam Cancellation Trends as Students Protest Govt's Unjustifiable Decision

Cambridge Examination Cancellation Traits as College students Protest Govt’s Unjustifiable Choice

Cambridge Evaluation Worldwide Training (CAIE) college students throughout the nation have taken to the streets, demanding cancellation of the upcoming Could/June 2021 examination collection.

College students have argued that the federal government had introduced the closure of all academic establishments in cities with a excessive prevalence of Coronavirus until April 11.


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Nevertheless, alternatively, the federal government has additionally allowed CAIE to prepare exams, placing their lives in danger from contracting the viral an infection because the nation continues to grapple with a lethal third wave of Coronavirus.

CAIE college students have additionally registered their protest on social media platforms as #CIECancellationIsOurRight has grow to be the highest development on Twitter.

Let’s take a look at a few of the high tweets from the development.


O-Degree Exams to Begin Earlier in Pakistan: Shafqat Mahmood

Earlier at present, Federal Training Minister, Shafqat Mahmood, tweeted that O-level and IGCSE exams will begin from 10 Could. The CAIE exams had been beforehand on account of start on Could 15.

Chief Government Officer (CEO) CAIE, Christine Ozden, had personally requested the Training Minister to permit CAIE to begin the Could/June examination collection from 10 Could as an alternative of 15 Could.

Final 12 months, CAIE had canceled Could/June examination collection worldwide due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless, this 12 months, it canceled the Could/June examination collection in solely 10 nations and determined to carry in-person exams within the remaining nations together with Pakistan.

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