As is custom with Pakistani college students who’ve had a love-hate relationship with the Minister for Schooling over the course of the coronavirus outbreak within the nation, Shafqat Mehmood rose to the highest on Tuesday in Pakistan’s checklist of Twitter traits.
The pattern adopted his announcement of exams being postponed to after June 15 in view of a worsening third coronavirus wave.
The Minister for Schooling, in a media briefing on the Nationwide Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), mentioned that it had been determined that every one O Stage, A Stage, and board exams of grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 have been postpone until after June 15. The choice additionally extends to college exams.
No exams till June 15 because of rising coronavirus instances: Shafqat Mehmood
An exception has nonetheless been made for A2 college students who will lose a 12 months if they don’t take exams now and may have issue in making use of to universities overseas.
College students stormed Twitter to react to the choice. Though many had been in a celebratory temper, some weren’t totally joyful.
‘Society if exams cancelled’
One scholar in anticipation of the announcement, posted the next meme exhibiting a utopian world.
“Society, if Shafqat Mehmood tweets about cancellation,” the scholar wrote.
Following the announcement, one person, on behalf of all college students, posted this meme, saying “Hum Jeet Gaye (We won)”.
This person could not assist however fist bump Mehmood, reflecting the temper of many others.
‘Nicely executed my man, properly executed!’
This one noticed it match to share a Bollywood film scene with Amir Khan and Karisma Kapoor.
“(Ya jhakaas, shabas mere cheetay, shabash. (Well done, my man, well done),” learn the caption.
‘Shafqat Mehmood after not choosing trainer assessed grades’
One person thought this meme summed up completely the choice to cancel exams, however not go for trainer assessed grades.
Shafqat Mehmood watching college students rush off for eid buying
“After cancelling exams, Shafqat Mehmood watching students going for EID shopping,” mentioned one other in jest.
‘That is positive’
Some sarcastically posted memes just like the one beneath, exhibiting a canine content material because the world round him goes up in flames. “This is fine,” the canine within the sketch could be seen saying.
A2 college students ‘pranked’
This person felt A2 college students have been pranked as they had been excluded from the choice.
Why ought to we ‘endure’?
One dissatisfied person requested why trainer assessed grades weren’t opted for in order that college students’ “time, money and effort is not wasted”.
“Why does Shafqat Mehmood want Pakistani students to suffer?”
In the meantime, PUBG gamers
This Twitterati, of the view that college students now have free time on their arms, quoted PUBG gamers as saying: “It will be a sin for us to not go into battle now.”