The brand new educational 12 months will start from August subsequent 12 months, introduced Federal Minister for Training Shafqat Mehmood Monday.
Taking to his official Twitter account, the federal minister wrote: “Essential selections in inter-provincial schooling ministers convention. Board exams might be held in Might-June and subsequent educational 12 months will begin from August subsequent 12 months.”
The minister added: “O and A stage exams might be held as per schedule, whereas universities will make their very own timetable for exams.”
The Inter-Provincial Training Ministers Convention (IPEMC) on Monday determined to cross all college students of grade 10 and 12, sources on the Ministry of Federal Training advised Geo Information.
Below the chairmanship of the Federal Minister for Training Shafqat Mehmood, it was determined that the scholars who fail might be given 33 grace marks.
In the course of the convention, the schooling ministers determined that protecting in view the state of affairs of COVID-19, speedy re-examination was not potential.
Training ministers determined to conduct matric and intermediate exams twice a 12 months from subsequent 12 months. Nevertheless, the exams won’t be termed supplementary exams.
Furthermore, the schooling ministers have determined that matriculation examinations might be held in Might-June subsequent 12 months, whereas a brand new session will start in August.
Nevertheless, then again, Sindh didn’t agree with Shafqat Mahmood’s bulletins, Training Minister Sardar Shah advised Geo Information.
Shah mentioned: “Sindh authorities doesn’t agree with all the selections taken through the IPEMC.
The provincial minister mentioned that annual examinations have already been carried out in Sindh. “The province carried out all examinations below correct SOPs,” he maintained.
Shah added that the proposal for conducting examinations twice a 12 months could be introduced within the steering committee assembly.
“The choice of the steering committee might be thought-about the ultimate determination,” Sindh’s schooling minister added.