HEC to provide provisional admission to A2 students: Islamabad: The Higher Education Payment (HEC) and university heads have consented to provide provisional admission to A2 trainees, whose examinations have actually been postponed to October 2021, in the Loss 2021 semester to make sure that they would not throw away a session.
The decision was announced by HEC after appointments with the Covid-19 Oversight Committee representing Vice Chancellors from each province and also region, and also heads of a few private sector colleges on the direction of the Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood to make sure that the pupils of A2, whose Cambridge examinations were being postponed as a result of COVID do not lose a session, an online consultative conference was hung on Friday.
The goal was to attend to the reservations expressed by students and moms and dads in wake of the Federal government’s choice to avoid evaluations till June 15 because of rise in the 3rd wave of COVID-19 in the country.
In this backdrop, HEC and also universities have chosen to supply provisional admissions to A2 pupils in the fall Term 2021 as and also when it starts to avoid waste of their time.
Attending to the conference, Exec Director HEC Dr. Shaista Sohail said, “we want to guarantee the moms and dads and pupils that HEC, and also the colleges are committed to make certain student-centric strategy without jeopardizing the interest of colleges as well as teaching and finding out quality”.
It deserves pointing out here that the federal government, after an unique meeting of the National Command and also Operation Centre (NCOC) over the dominating COVID-19 circumstance, made a decision that no exam would certainly occur in the nation until June 15 amidst a surge in coronavirus cases and casualties.