Federal Minister for Training and Skilled Coaching, Shafqat Mehmood, has formally ordered postponement of all scheduled and unscheduled examinations throughout Pakistan till fifteenth June 2021, following a pointy enhance in COVID-19 instances.
No exams will happen within the nation until fifteenth of June, decides NCOC. A degree and AS exams have been cancelled as nicely. Solely exception is given to A2 examination, that can happen beneath strict SOPs. Federal Minister for Training @Shafqat_Mahmood pic.twitter.com/uoKtqE1kI0
— Ministry of Federal Training/ProfessionalTraining (@EduMinistryPK) April 27, 2021
Moreover, all O & A degree exams have additionally been cancelled and can happen throughout the routine October-November cycle. A2 college students alternatively will seem for his or her exams as scheduled, beneath strict SOPs.
The federal government has taken the choice to make sure the security of each college students and employees of private and non-private faculties, faculties, universities, and non secular seminaries amid the viral outbreak. This occurred when over the weekend, college students overvalued their request to the federal government for suspending the exams, explaining that it was as a result of spike in Covid-19 instances within the nation.
However exams went forward on Monday, with a number of movies on social media displaying numerous dad and mom gathered outdoors examination centres and numerous youngsters inside examination halls.
The identical day, the Federal Minister for Training mentioned that “these not comfy with the present scenario” may change to the October/November cycle “with none additional cost” and urged dad and mom and college students to benefit from the ever-existent Cambridge’s coverage. At the moment nevertheless, Mehmood revoked his choice to permit the conduction of exams, after a particular assembly with the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC).