Shafqat Mahmood issues important statement regarding exams

Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood again confirmed that this year, the next class would not be promoted to a student without an exam.

In a discussion with the Lahore media, the Federal Minister of Education indicated that this year neither the exams will be cancelled nor postponed.

"Let's clear that nobody is going to be promoted without examinations this year," he added.

Shafqat advised students to focus on examinations, while exams progress as announced to end the speculation about the cancellation of exams.

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In addition, the Minister added that strict implementation of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) related to coronaviruses is also ensured throughout examinations in the country.

The protesting students asked for their final exams to be conducted online.

Yesterday in police action, a dozen protesting students were arrested to disperse students to protest for online exams.

The protesting students asked for their final exams to be conducted online.

Federal Minister of Education Shafqat Mahmood said earlier this month that matric and intermediate examinations will start across the country after 10 July.

The Inter-Provincial Education minister Shafqat Mahmood again stated that no students would be promoted to the next class without exams at the briefing press at the Inter-Provincial Ministry of Education.

“Examinations for students of classes nine and 10 will be held only for mathematics and elective courses this year,” he said and added that exams for students of classes 11 and 12 would be held for elective subjects only.

Shafqat added that Cambridge decided to take the O-level examinations on 26 July, while giving details on the O-level exams.

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