A level exams start from tomorrow, Shafqat Mahmood

Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood has said that A-level examinations will start from tomorrow while Matriculation and Intermediate examinations have been shifted to the third or fourth week of May.

A level exams start from tomorrow, Shafqat Mahmood

Shafqat Mahmood also announced about Matric and Inter

This year no student will pass the exam without it, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood announced the date of matriculation and entrance exams. According to details, speaking on a program on a private television channel, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said that the Matriculation and Intermediate examinations would be held in the third or fourth week of May this year.

Speaking on the occasion, he added that this year's education will not be passed without examination. He further said that Cambridge has said that there will be no teacher-assisted grades in Pakistan this year. The O-level examinations are starting from tomorrow.

Shafqat Mehmood said I don't make decisions based on health

The decision based on health is to be made by those who are associated with the medical field. The health situation is reviewed in the NCOC meeting. The aspect of health is always sacred. In terms of education, the advice of all the provincial education ministers was that there should be examinations. It is to be noted that due to the alarming situation of Corona in the country, section 144 has been enacted and it has also been decided to impose fines on the public for implementing SOPs.

On the other hand, a complete lockdown has been demanded from the government for 15 days as the rate of Corona cases in the country has exceeded 18%. The Pakistan Medical Association has demanded a complete lockdown in Punjab for 15 days immediately. Due to the dramatic increase in corona cases and lockdowns last year, the government postponed exams and allowed children to pass without exams. While most of the students were happy with the government's decision, there were also a large number of students who opposed the government's move, saying that we were not given grades in preparation for our exams.