Federal Minister of Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mehmood on Friday pummeled the PML-N and said that the gathering — which is “separating” — is “wading into controversy with students to acquire modest notoriety.”
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Taking to Twitter, the minister scrutinized PML-N pioneers Ahsan Iqbal and Saad Rafique and said that they realize that exams have effectively occurred in Balochistan and Sindh, in this manner, different students can’t be dealt with in an unexpected way.
The minister additionally said that Saad Rafique and Ahsan Iqbal should know whether they guarantee to be taught that exams are the best proportion of students’ capacity. He said that it is significant for students of class 12 to accept the exams as they need to go to colleges and expert colleges.
Mehmood composed that the two chiefs should realize that after the eighteenth amendment, out of the 30 educational sheets the nation over, just one board, for example, the federal board, was given to the federal government, while different sheets are represented by the particular provinces and different bodies.
Mehmood reminded students that exams would start from tomorrow (July 10) in the leftover provinces and unifying units. He said that preferably, students ought to be given something like a few months to plan for exams, however, the PTI government gave the date sheet for exams just a short time before the exams, in this manner squeezing the students.
Iqbal added that students didn’t get equivalent freedoms because of online classes and the keen subjects couldn’t be covered. Then again, Rafique said that the government issues ought not to be associated with the delicate issue of Intermediate examinations. He requested a six to about two months delay in the lead of examinations.
The PML-N part said that because of the extreme burden shedding the nation over, the students could likewise not profit from online classes. He requested that the speaker call Shafqat Mahmood to react to questions. Notwithstanding the contentions of the Opposition individuals to postpone the exam, the federal government had dismissed the interest.