Shafqat Mahmood took to social media after the education minister announced the reopening of the school

Shafqat Mahmood took to social media after the education minister announced the reopening of the school

Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood. – Twitter / File

As students waited for Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood’s announcement, they announced that educational institutions would be reopened across the country, but their memories began to circulate on social media.

Shafqat Mahmood’s popularity soared when he announced the closure of educational institutions until January 11. This time, the students were waiting for the minister’s next move with a sigh.

The user expected a “surprise” from the minister.

Someone else had high expectations of another “closure”.

How, according to one person, backbenchers were waiting for Shafqat Mahmood’s decision.

Another Twitter user changed a popular stance about Shafqat Mahmood, complaining that schools and educational institutions are now reopening.

There are too many “waiting” memes to count.

And another one to go.

The government announced the reopening of the school in phases

Mahmoud announced Monday that schools and educational institutions across the country would reopen in three phases.

“On January 18, during a news conference with Health Dr. Faisal Sultan and SAPM, he said that on January 18, classes for 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th classes will resume.” That is, students in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 will return to their schools and colleges from January 18 and resume their education.

The minister had said that in the second phase, students of primary classes up to grade 8 would return to schools from January 25.

Mahmood had said that universities and other institutions of higher learning would reopen in the third and final phase from February 1.

Reopening schedule:

  • Online learning can resume on January 11
  • 9 to 12 classes will start on January 18
  • Classes 1 through 8 will begin on January 25
  • Higher education classes at universities and colleges will begin on February 1
  • Board exams have been postponed until May and June
  • Another meeting on January 14 to review the situation


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