Government Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood on Thursday declared the postponed of all board exams the nation over as a major aspect of measures to control the spread of COVID-I9.
Talking after the National Coordination Committee (NCC) meeting in Islamabad, he said that it has been agreed in the gathering that every single educational institutional the nation over will stay shut till July 15.
“All board exams have been dropped and students of class 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th will be advanced for the following grade based on results acquired in the past class,” he included.
Giving a model, he said a student can get affirmation in a university based on his eleventh class result.
He said the choice has been assumed the accord everything being equal and included that students will have the option to join up with the next class when the school open again. It is appropriate to make reference to here that on March 13, in the middle of rising cases of a novel coronavirus in the nation, the government bureau declared the closure of all public and private educational institutional across Pakistan.
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