Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood has once again come on student’s radar after he announced to conduct exams of class 9, 10, 11, and 12 at any cost.
While briefing the media about decisions taken during today’s Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference (IPEMC) meeting, Shafqat said no student will be promoted without an exam this year.
“We took some important decisions today regarding exams. For 9/10, exam in elective subjects plus math. For 11/12 only elective subjects. Exams pushed to after July 10 with 10 and 12 grade exams on priority. These decisions are final. No change,” the Minister Tweeted after the presser.
We took some important decisions today Re exams. For 9/10, exam in elective subjects plus math. For 11/12 only elective subjects. Exams pushed to after July 10 with 10 and 12 grade exams on priority. These decisions are final. No change
— Shafqat Mahmood (@Shafqat_Mahmood) June 2, 2021
The decision once again put Shafqat on the knife of criticism as students didn’t want to give exams this year too.
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— Ibraheem Malik (@malikibraheem29) June 2, 2021
All these ministers are just destroying our careers , mentally torturing us without a reason .
We students demand justice thats all 🤲#depression#Shafqatmehmood#CancelExamsSaveStudents pic.twitter.com/QxVT9u5mok
— Siboo (@SibooSohaib) June 2, 2021
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Moreover, the federal minister also announced the reopening of all educational institutions from June 7.