The Federal Minister for Schooling and Skilled Coaching, Shafqat Mahmood, has introduced that the Cambridge Worldwide Examinations have agreed to reschedule O Degree exams after Could 15.
Mahmood made the announcement on Twitter saying that the choice was made after an in depth deliberation with officers of the related our bodies. Cambridge will share the main points later.
After detailed discussions, Cambridge has agreed to reschedule ‘O’ degree exams to after Could 15. Particulars might be shared later by them. Nonetheless, ‘A’ and ‘As’ degree exams will happen as per the unique timetable, following all of the SOPs. Wishing everybody success within the exams
— Shafqat Mahmood (@Shafqat_Mahmood) March 25, 2021
“Nonetheless, ‘A’ and ‘As’ degree examinations will go as deliberate beneath strict commonplace working procedures (SOPs),” the minister mentioned, wishing everybody success within the exams.
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In a press discuss on Wednesday, Mahmood had hinted at the potential for postponement of the O and A Degree exams slated for the Could/June session.
In his earlier tweet, Mahmood had despatched a message to these college students who’ve been sending him messages and writing emails that he’s in fixed contact with Cambridge authorities.
The dialogue to reschedule most, if not all, exams after Could 15 are being held. We must always know extra tomorrow.
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Previous to the outbreak of the COVID-19’s new variant, the minister had vowed to conduct Cambridge exams and intermediate and matriculation exams as per schedule this yr.
He had introduced that exams for grades 10, 11, and 12 can be held this yr in Could and June.
“Our kids are giving [inter and matric] exams beneath the Pakistani boards, therefore the identical [rule] can even apply for youngsters giving exams for different boards,” he mentioned, referring to O degree and A degree college students.