- Shafqat Mehmood visits an examination centre with Head of British Council and Cambridge Pakistan
- Says SOPs, together with social distancing, being adopted
- Variety of individuals in a room was massive, have requested them to drastically cut back it, says minister
ISLAMABAD: Federal Schooling Minister Shafqat Mehmood on Monday paid a go to to a Cambridge examination centre the place he noticed plenty of college students crowded into one area.
The minister took to Twitter to state that he spoke to the Head of the British Council and Cambridge Pakistan, asking them to make sure examination centres weren’t jampacked.
“Visited an exam centre today with Head of British Council and Cambridge Pakistan. SOPs were being strictly observed including social distancing etc. But, the number of people in one room was large. Have asked them to drastically reduce it,” he tweeted.
Shafqat Mehmood needs college students luck as Cambridge exams begin in Pakistan
Regardless of the mounting strain from college students who demanded the cancellation of exams amid an intensifying coronavirus scenario, Cambridge examinations have began from as we speak (Monday) with strict coronavirus customary working procedures in place throughout Pakistan.
Extending good needs to the showing candidates on Twitter, Federal Minister for Schooling and Skilled Coaching Shafqat Mehmood mentioned that these are robust occasions and tough choices have been made preserving the scholar’s greatest curiosity in view.
“British Council is committed to strict implementation of SOPs and we will monitor them closely. Good Luck!” the federal minister mentioned in a tweet.