No exams to take place in Pakistan until June 15: Shafqat

Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood, after a special meeting of National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), announced that no examinations will take place in Pakistan till June 15 due to Covid-19. All Cambridge exams postponed as well, only exception for those students in A2 who have a compulsion to take exam now.

He tweeted, “Addressing health concerns of students and parents All exams cancelled till June 15 and depending on the spread of the disease may even go further. Cambridge exams postponed till Oct/Nov for all grades. Only exception for those in A2 who have a compulsion to take exam now.

“University admissions in Pakistan will be aligned for class 12 and A2 who will be taking exams in Oct/Nov. This is to ensure no one loses a year. For A2 who have some compulsion to take exams now, every attempt will be made to provide safe venues. Not more than 50 students.”

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