The Authorities of Punjab has introduced the reopening of all the private and non-private colleges throughout the province from 7 June.
This was acknowledged by the provincial minister for Training, Murad Raas, on Thursday.
Taking to Twitter, Raas stated:
All Public and Non-public Faculties of Punjab to be opened on Monday seventh June 2021. It will likely be a staggered strategy.
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He additionally hooked up a notification with the tweet, based on which solely 50 p.c attendance can be allowed per day, and no pupil can be allowed to attend the varsity for 2 consecutive days.
It directed all of the involved authorities to make sure compliance with the COVID-19 SOPs in letter and spirit.
The notification revealed that the choice had been in step with the suggestions of the Inter-Provincial Training Ministers Convention (IPEMC) on Wednesday.
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Earlier on Tuesday, Minister Raas had suggested college students to not waste time protesting however to organize for the examinations.
“There’s no means the federal government will cancel exams this yr,” he stated throughout an interview with Samaa TV. “Deliver as many celebrities as you need, the choice won’t change,” he added.