The Increased Schooling Fee (HEC) has denied the viral notification on social media relating to the web examinations.
A pretend HEC notification has been making rounds on social media suggesting that the Federal Minister for Schooling, Shafqat Mahmood, has directed the Vice-Chancellors of all private and non-private universities to conduct on-line examinations.
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The notification additionally orders the varsities which have already began on-line exams to nullify them, with impact from January 28.
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— Roznama DUNYA (@roznamadunya) January 28, 2021
Taking motion on the viral doc, the HEC clarified it didn’t situation any such notification.
An HEC spokesperson instructed the media that the Fee suggested universities to “conduct exams based mostly on their capability and want for a good evaluation.”
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The Increased Schooling Fee has taken observe of the issues raised by the scholars of some universities.
The varsities had been directed to take inventory of their “examination readiness,” i.e., technological readiness, managerial capability, and the introduced coverage, and select the very best mode of evaluation.