Govt decides to pass all students of grade 10 and 12

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ISLAMABAD/KARACHI: The Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference (IPEMC) on Monday decided to pass all students of grade 10 and 12, Under the chairmanship of Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood, it was decided that the students who fail will be given 33 grace marks. During the conference, the education ministers decided that keeping in view the situation of COVID-19, immediate re-examination was not possible. Education ministers decided to conduct matric and intermediate exams twice a year from next year. However, the exams will not be termed supplementary exams. Moreover, the education ministers have decided that matriculation examinations will be held in May-June next year, while a new session will commence in August. During the conference, the ministers discussed the latest situation of COVID-19 in the country, the start of the new academic year, two examinations for secondary and higher secondary sections, implementation of the uniform national curriculum in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab, and promotion policy. Taking to his official Twitter handle after the meeting, Mehmood tweeted: “Important decisions in inter-provincial education ministers conference. Board exams will be held in May-June and next academic year will start from August next year.” The minister added that O and A level exams will be held as per schedule, while universities will make their own timetable for exams.

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