The schedule for the 10th class examinations has been announced

The schedule for the 10th class examinations has been announced. The Federal Board of Education has announced the schedule for the Class X examinations. The examinations will start from June 23. According to the details, all the examinations will be conducted in the second shift, due to which all the papers will start at 2 pm and end at 5 pm and these examinations will continue till the second week of July, according to the schedule issued in this regard. The first paper will be on Physics, Economics, Food and Nutrition and Fashion Designing.

It may be recalled that the government has decided to conduct examinations under Corona SOPs in any case. No one will be promoted this year. In this regard, a meeting of inter-provincial education ministers was held under the chairmanship of Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood. It was decided that the examinations for all the classes would be held anyway, the first would be for the 10th and 12th class examinations, the examinations would start from June 20, the tenth and twelfth class examinations would be held in the third week of June The announcement will be made by the concerned provinces themselves while in case of delay in the results, the universities will admit on the basis of Provisional Certificate

It was also decided at the meeting that summer vacations would be restricted, summer vacations would be decided by the provinces, and all federal units were directed to ensure vaccination of teachers, supervisory staff and other administrative staff in educational institutions. The provinces will soon issue a notification in this regard. On the other hand, the NCOC has directed to keep educational institutions closed in different districts of the country till June 6. In 20 districts of Punjab, 12 in Sindh, 14 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 4 in Azad Kashmir, one each in Balochistan and Islamabad. Educational institutions will remain closed, educational institutions were closed when the rate of Corona cases was more than 5%.

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