Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood on Wednesday said exams of classes 10th, matric, first, and second-year would occur the nation over after July 10, “no matter what”. The minister, talking on the floor of the National Assembly during the budget session, said a few issues emerged last year when the government had chosen not to direct exams.
Mehmood said Sindh, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and the wide range of various provinces had consistently chosen to lead examinations. Mehmood said the government had to close down schools due to the Covid, yet changed to an elective technique and presented an online schooling system.
The Single National Curriculum will be carried out the nation over, he said, adding it will be continued in madressahs, alongside private, and government schools. Ittehad-e-Tanzeem Madaris has likewise concurred that their students would likewise show up in matriculation, FA, and FSC examinations, the education minister said. Mehmood said the PTI-drove government had assigned Rs124 billion for the education sector, which he asserted was “125% more than the past governments had saved.”