- Authorities are contemplating prospects to advertise grade 9 and 11 college students with out examinations.
- This was mentioned throughout the Steering Committee of the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) on Tuesday.
- IBCC can also be contemplating to shorten the exams by taking optionally available exams as an alternative of obligatory ones.
KARACHI: Given the rising coronavirus circumstances throughout the nation, authorities are contemplating prospects to advertise grade 9 and 11 college students with out examinations, The Information reported on Wednesday.
Throughout an internet assembly of the Steering Committee of the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC), a proposal was thought of to shorten the exams by taking optionally available exams as an alternative of obligatory ones.
The assembly was performed beneath the chairmanship of Dr Nazim Jiva, Chairman of Aga Khan Board and Head of the Steering Committee.
Secretary IBCC Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah, Chairman Intermediate Board Karachi Dr Saeeduddin, Chairperson of Sargodha Board of Training Dr Kausar Raees, Chairman of Kohat Board Dr Shaukat Hayat, and Chairman of Federal Board Dr Qaiser Alam participated within the assembly.
Nevertheless, the assembly was additionally knowledgeable that it’s potential within the science class, however within the arts, will probably be troublesome as there are numerous optionally available topics.
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Due to this fact, it’s higher to take Class-10 and Class-12 exams whereas college students of Class-9 and Class-11 are despatched to the subsequent courses with out exams.
Within the assembly, it was mentioned that if the IBCC agreed to the proposal to conduct the tenth and twelfth class examinations, then the matter can be referred to the Inter-Provincial Training Ministers Convention for remaining approval, and later it might be totally carried out.
The assembly was knowledgeable that Sindh has accomplished its preparations for the examinations within the context of the choice of the Provincial Steering Committee, beneath which 50% of questions will include targets whereas 30% quick and 20% detailed solutions.
Final month, Federal Minister for Training Shafqat Mehmood and Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Well being Dr Faisal Sultan had introduced that as per the suggestion of the NCOC, all board exams have been postponed until June 15 given the rising variety of coronavirus circumstances within the nation.
The minister and the SAPM had been holding a press convention associated to Cambridge examination centres in addition to the general scenario of infections within the nation after attending a particular session of the NCOC.