In a big improvement, the Authorities of Sindh has diminished the length of the SSC and HSSC examinations from three hours to 2 hours for the tutorial yr 2020-21.
Addressing a press convention exterior the Provincial Meeting on Tuesday, the provincial Minister for Training, Saeed Ghani, introduced that the length of the examinations has been diminished due to the pandemic, and that the patterns of the examinations have additionally been modified accordingly.
“Half of the query paper will likely be based mostly on multiple-choice questions (MCQs), whereas the remainder of it is going to comprise subjective questions – 30 % lengthy questions and 20 % brief questions,” he stated, including that mannequin query papers in accordance with the brand new sample will likely be issued quickly.
The minister additionally introduced the revised schedule for the examinations, saying that the SSC examinations will likely be carried out from 1 July to fifteen July and the intermediate examinations will likely be held between 28 July and 16 August.
In response to a query about coronavirus exams in public schooling institutes, Ghani said that the exams of seven,000 faculty lecturers had carried out, of which 233 have been constructive and the outcomes of 1,506 exams are awaited.
He additionally took a jibe on the federal authorities and criticized Prime Minister Imran Khan over the ‘mistreatment’ of the folks of Sindh.