Punjab College has delay off-campus exams that had been on account of start April 1 and 15 for numerous disciplines.
Though the notification issued by the varsity on Friday doesn’t expressly point out the rationale for postponement of the exams, the choice comes as colleges throughout a number of districts of Punjab have been shut down until April 11 amid an alarming rise in coronavirus instances.
In accordance with the college’s assertion: “It’s hereby notified that the off-campus examinations of Affiliate Diploma in Arts/Science Half-II and Half-I, B.A. Listening to Impaired and B.A/B.Sc. Particular Class [Doctor/Nurse/ Fazil/ Wafaq-ul-Madaras/Additional Subject(s)] are postponed.”
College of Punjab stated that these annual examinations had been to happen on April 1 and 15.
The following date of exams can be notified two weeks earlier than exams, the varsity added.
Pakistan reported the best variety of coronavirus instances as we speak in eight months.
Greater than 4,000 individuals examined optimistic within the final 24 hours amid an intensifying third wave of the pandemic.
As per the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), the nation carried out 42,418 checks within the final 24 hours, out of which 4,368 returned optimistic. The brand new instances takes the nationwide positivity ratio to 10.3%.