- Saeed Ghani says inter exams to be held on July 26 as scheduled.
- Inter board chairman says preparations are full.
- Clarification comes after Sindh introduced it’s reimposing COVID-19 curbs beginning July 26.
KARACHI: Minister for Training and Labour Sindh Saeed Ghani on Saturday clarified that intermediate examinations within the province could be held as per schedule, dismissing reviews of a doable delay.
“Following the completion of matriculation exams, intermediate examinations will be held,” the schooling minister stated in an announcement.
Matriculation exams had already begun on July 5.
In the meantime, Board of Secondary Training Karachi (BSEK) chairman Professor Dr Saeeduddin, in an announcement, additionally stated the exams could be held as per schedule.
The chairman stated admit playing cards and date sheets of the exams had already been issued.
“The students should not get confused in this regard,” he stated.
The clarification comes after the Sindh authorities had determined to reimpose province-wide restrictions to stem the unfold of coronavirus, together with the closure of colleges.
The Sindh Training Division had earlier introduced that the exams for grade 12 (intermediate second 12 months) could be held from July 26, 2021.
In line with a notification issued on this regard, exams for grade 11 (intermediate first 12 months) will happen after the conclusion of the grade 12 exams.
As per the sooner resolution of the federal government, examinations will solely be held for elective topics, whereas sensible exams won’t be performed.
Ghani had stated that the exams could be primarily based on a 60% condensed syllabus, whereas the period of the exams shall be two hours.
The minister had stated that the examination paper could be primarily based on 50% MCQs, 30% brief questions, and 20% lengthy questions.