The chairmen of training boards throughout the nation have voiced their considerations in regards to the newest ruling concerning the conduction of the upcoming board examinations in elective topics solely.
A gathering of the Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) that was attended by the representatives of all of the provinces was held in Karachi. The assembly was chaired by Dr. Shaukat Hayat and concerned a dialogue in regards to the preparations for the upcoming examinations in Karachi.
The chairmen of the boards questioned how two elective topics will likely be used to gauge the marks of scholars within the Matriculation examinations, and shared their reservations concerning it.
In addition they requested how the marking will likely be accomplished on the premise of theoretical examinations solely as an alternative of the extra sensible examinations. It was claimed that this method will likely be detrimental to the deserving college students, and it was determined that each one the provinces would resolve on a method within the conferences of their boards.
The Information quoted the officers as saying, “Vivid college students who received good marks in obligatory topics will endure from this method”.
The Sindh Board of Schooling will maintain a gathering on the matter within the upcoming days.
It could be recalled that the Federal Minister for Schooling, Shafqat Mahmood, had introduced that educational examinations will likely be obligatory this 12 months. Nevertheless, the board examinations will solely be performed for the non-compulsory topics in Grades 9 and 10.
He had made the announcement whereas addressing a press convention after holding an Inter-Provincial Schooling Ministers Convention (IPEMC) on the Increased Schooling Fee (HEC).
He had additionally acknowledged that the Matriculation examinations will begin on 10 July, and that subsequently, the Intermediate examinations will likely be performed as per the identical coverage.