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Revised admission schedule for Class XI issued in Punjab

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  • The change was made on the idea of results of Matriculation Supplementary Examination 2020.
  • Candidates will be admitted with out late price until January 29 and with a effective of Rs500 until February 04.
  • The board exams have already been postponed to Might/June.

LAHORE: The Punjab authorities has issued the brand new schedule for enrollment and admissions for Class XI on the idea of the results of the Matriculation Supplementary Examination 2020.

In keeping with particulars, the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) has issued the revised schedule for on-line enrollment/admission of candidates by all of the Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Training (BISEs) for Class XI for the 12 months (2020-22).

Per particulars, candidates will be admitted to the establishments with out a late price until January 29 and with a effective of Rs500 until February 04, 2021.

Learn extra: Colleges to reopen for college students of courses 9-12 from January 18: Shafqat Mehmood

The training authorities are grappling with the altering state of affairs as a result of coronavirus pandemic that has badly affected the educational calendar.

On January 4, the federal authorities had introduced the phased resumption of in-person studying in round 300,000 academic establishments countrywide from January 18.

It, nonetheless, barely modified the plan on the recommendation of the well being officers on Friday.

Federal Training Minister Shafqat Mehmood advised reporters that college students of courses 9-12 would resume training in-person on Jan 18, as introduced earlier, whereas these in nursery to class 8 would return to highschool on February 1, as a substitute of January 25, sustaining lower than 50% attendance.

He mentioned there was no change within the plan of reopening of the countrywide universities and schools on February 1.

The minister mentioned no college students could be promoted with out examinations within the present yr, and due to this fact, the choice to renew courses from 9 to 12 was made.

The board exams have already been postponed to Might/June.

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