The Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) mentioned Monday that not more than 50 college students must be allowed to take a seat in an examination room, as Cambridge exams have been held in numerous elements of the nation at the moment.
Regardless of mounting stress from college students who demanded the cancellation of exams because the third wave of the coronavirus intensifies, Cambridge examinations have been held at the moment, with strict coronavirus normal working procedures in place, throughout varied cities of Pakistan.
Extending good needs to the showing candidates on Twitter, Federal Minister for Schooling and Skilled Coaching Shafqat Mehmood mentioned that these are powerful occasions and troublesome choices have been made conserving the scholar’s greatest curiosity in view.
“British Council is dedicated to strict implementation of SOPs and we are going to monitor them intently. Good Luck!” the federal minister mentioned in a tweet.
The NCOC session, headed by its chairman Asad Umar and co-chaired by Nationwide Coordinator Lieutenant Basic Hamood-Uz-Zaman Khan, was held in Islamabad.
The NCOC, in an announcement, mentioned the examinations have been being carried out consistent with the Ministry of Schooling’s choices. The discussion board directed involved authorities to make sure coronavirus SOPs in the course of the ongoing exams.
In the meantime, in Islamabad, Lahore, and Karachi, violation of coronavirus SOPs was seen, as a number of college students didn’t put on face masks — important tools to maintain the virus at bay. The mother and father have been additionally current exterior the examination halls ready for his or her youngsters.
The discussion board deliberated over the growing coronavirus circumstances and imposition of lockdowns to curb the unfold of the pandemic within the nation.