08 April, 2021 Views 8
Balochistan Government To Conduct Matric Annual Exams 2021 from 9th April
The Balochistan government has announced that the annual exams of matric across the province will be conducted from 9th April 2021. The announcement has been made by the chairman Balochistan board that informed the students about the commencement of the exams. To hold the annual examination around 400 centers have been set up and 1200 people will do the duty during the exams as the invigilation staff member. According to the board officials, 13000 candidates will appear in the matric annual exams 2021.
The meeting of the national command and operation Centre was held on 6th April 2021 to review the COVID-19 situation and to make the decision about the closure of the educational institutes and the commencement of exams. After the meeting, the federal minister for education and professional training, Shafqat Mahmood had announced the classes for grades 1 to 8 will remain suspended till 28th April whereas the physical classes from 9th to 12th will be resumed from 19th April 2021. The annual exams of the matric and intermediate will be conducted from 24th May 2021. He further added that the students should be prepared for the exams as the SSC, HSSC, and Cambridge exams will be held according to the issued schedule. The Punjab education minister, Murad Raas has also said that the matric and intermediate exams will be conducted in the last week of May and the board authorities will issue the date sheet for the students.
Decision By Balochistan Government
The government spokesperson Liaquat Shahwani has said that the educational institutes in Balochistan province will remain open but the government will shut down the schools, colleges, and universities if there will be a rapid upsurge in the number of coronavirus cases. After the decision of NCOC, All Sindh Private Schools and Colleges have demanded that all the teachers of the public and private sector should be vaccinated. Moreover, the president of all Sindh private schools and colleges said that priority should be given to the demands of the teachers.