Federal Minister for Training and Skilled Coaching Shafqat Mahmood addressing a press convention at Press Info Division (PID) in Islamabad. — On-line/File

Intermediate and matriculation examinations will likely be given precedence to different board exams, confirmed Federal Training Minister Shafqat Mehmood on Thursday. 

In a sequence of tweets, the minister introduced that board exams in Pakistan will start after June 15. 

“Interprovincial Training Ministers Convention (IPEMC) befell yesterday. It was determined that Board exams would start after June 15. Intermediate and Matric exams can be given precedence in order that outcomes can are available in earlier than college admissions,” tweeted the minister.

Members of the IPEMC rejected the suggestion to advertise college students of grades 9 and 11. Additionally they gave their approval to carry the exams as scheduled in July.  

Mehmood revealed that the federal government will give precedence to exams for grades 12 and 10 adopted by grades 11 and 9.

 A day earlier, the minister had stated intermediate examinations within the nation can be held after June 15.

Mehmood, talking in Geo Information’ programme “Capital Discuss”, had stated the coronavirus scenario was getting higher within the nation on account of vaccinations and different steps taken by the federal government.

“I’m very hopeful,” he had stated about holding examinations.

The minister had stated solely A-2 examinations have been being held throughout the nation, however a number of folks have been voicing their calls for to be awarded faculty assessed grades.

“If examinations don’t happen then nobody will examine — and that’s the reason the (O/A- stage) exams — which were postponed — will likely be carried out in October and November,” he had stated.

Final month, because the COVID-19 circumstances rose, Mehmood and Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Well being Dr Faisal Sultan had introduced that as per the suggestion of the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre, all board exams had been postponed until June 15.

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