Government Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood declared Tuesday that the intermediate exams in the nation would be held after June 15. The minister, talking in PakistanIssues, said the Covid circumstance was improving in the nation because of immunizations and different advances taken by the public authority.

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The minister said just A-2 exams were being held the nation over, however, some people were voicing their requests to be granted school assessed grades. A month ago, as the COVID-19 cases rose, Mehmood and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Health Dr. Faisal Sultan had reported that according to the idea of the National Command and Operation Center, all board exams had been deferred till June 15.

Mehmood added that another meeting of the NCOC will choose in the third seven-day stretch of May if these exams will be delayed further. Talking about Cambridge exams, Mehmood said that O level exams will currently be held in the October and November cycle and a similar will be the situation for An and AS level exams. He, in any case, said students of A2 should show up in the exam at the present time, as delay would prompt a squandered year.

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