- Sindh board struggle with funds to conduct exams: Education and learning Board chairpersons write letter to the Sindh government, informing it concerning a scarcity of funds.
- Sindh government needs to give a grant of greater than Rs3 billion to the boards, reads the letter.
- Lack of funds may hinder the process of tests for matric and intermediate this year.
KARACHI: The chairpersons of the education boards in Sindh have actually written a letter to the government, informing it a dearth of funds that may interfere with how matric and intermediate examinations are held this year.
The Sindh federal government needs to offer a give of more than Rs3 billion to the boards, reads the letter.
The chairpersons regreted that the Sindh government is not paying the gives, which is why salaries of staff members are pending.
It is hard to carry out assessments if the grant is not provided instantly, the letter checked out.
Meanwhile, the chairperson of the Sukkur board stated that if the grant is not obtained, the boards “will have to conduct exams by begging”.
The Hyderabad board’s head said teachers are not ready to deal with the board as a result of non-payment.
The board heads claimed the government did not return back to them in spite of several efforts made for contact.