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Exams Never Die: No Final Decision Taken For Matric Exams Date; Saeed Ghani

The Sindh government had not taken a final decision regarding the schedule of the matriculation examinations in the province.

Saeed Ghani has said no official decision had been taken about the assessments ninth and tenth classes.

The Provincial Minister also added nobody would be promoted without exams this year.

Ghani states that in the last Meeting, it was decided to start the matric assessments on July 1 and the intermediate exams on July 28.

Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani has said that the final decision regarding the exams for ninth and tenth classes has not been taken at this point.

Students cannot be promoted without final-year exams

The provincial Minister emphasized that obligatory assessments, of all classes, would be held and no one would be promoted without assessments this year.

The Minister said this while chairing a meeting of the school education and literacy department to discuss plans for the coming annual exams of matriculation and intermediate

Various Suggestions came for restoring educational activities

During the inter-provincial ministers’ meeting, various proposals and suggestions had been put forward from all the provinces regarding the restoration of educational activities and schedule of examinations.

Ghani stated that in the last meeting of the steering committee, it was decided to start the matriculation exams on July 1 and the middle school exams on July 28.

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