Students feel discriminated against with Shafqat Mehmood decision
Pakistan schools in coronavirus hotspot areas to stay closed source: images.dawn.com

Shafqat Mahmood announces the holidays. In covid hotspot, schools are closing, and students ask why they are not staying home.

After the Covid 19 pandemic starts, Students have been in a problem, joining regulating their academic careers and keeping away from their health risks. The year has been disorganized for them.

Not long ago, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood stated that educational institutes in areas with a high-rise rate of Covid -19 would remain closed till 11. However, since “the number of cases in Sindh, Balochistan, and Gilgit-Baltistan is relatively low,” he left it to the provincial government to decide whether schools should be closed in their authority.

Reactions across the nation were mixed, with students in Sindh, Balochistan, and Gilgit- Baltistan questioning why they weren’t permitted to stay home through risky third-wave of the pandemic.

Some students are behaving to the news posts between difficulty with online learning, missing out on lessons, worsen mental health, and an overall comprehensive troubled academic year.

Some instances were underway

Two Provinces are Standing Salty

https://twitter.com/merehamn/status/1374630574703448064

whereas others have their fingers crossed

Some shots happen shoot

Students are also calling for canceling of exams and O and A level exams due to the pandemic. The students declare that other countries have withdrawn their papers; that’s only fair that Pakistan does the same.

https://twitter.com/amy_sayssss/status/1374613155943493632

All year round, there is an issue of schools being open during the pandemic has been a big issue. There will all probability continue to be until the pandemic is finally resolved.

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