Minister plea for cancellation of A O level exams: KARACHI: The Sindh High Court (SHC) directed on Thursday Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood to submit his respond to a petition looking for termination of An as well as O degree exams.
The court routed the minister to clarify the federal government’s plan concerning conducting the tests this year. He is more needed to describe what influence holding on the internet examinations or conducing no examinations this year will have.
A team of students moved the application in the SHC specifying that the federal government has determined to carry out An as well as O level tests.
“Online examinations are being performed worldwide as a result of the coronavirus. Yet Pakistan is the only country where students are required to sit in exams in person,” they regreted, and also begged with the court to order termination of the examinations.
On April 6, a conference of education ministers had chosen that An as well as As level examinations will certainly start from the third week of April and O-level examinations will certainly additionally be held according to the routine.
“In the Education Ministers conference today it was additionally made a decision with one voice that all examinations will occur. A/ AS and O degree day sheets have already been announced. Classes 9 to 12 test days will certainly be revealed by respective boards but will certainly be after Eid,” Shafqat Mahmood tweeted after the meeting.