On Thursday, Federal Minister for Education and Vocational Training Shafqat Mehmood took to his Twitter page and announced that the deadline for O-Level examinations in Pakistan would be rescheduled, adding that the Cambridge International Examinations would be held after May 15. Will conduct examinations.
The Minister wrote that the decision has been taken after detailed discussions with the concerned agencies, adding that the relevant details would be shared with Cambridge later.
“However, after all the SOPs, there will be ‘A’ and ‘S’ level exams as per the actual timetable. Everyone who wants to pass the exam will be selected,” he said.
Earlier, Mahmood had mentioned the possibility of resuming O and A level examinations in the May / June session.
Going on Twitter, the minister wrote that the students were “constantly calling, texting or texting”, and wished to tell them that they were in “constant contact with Cambridge authorities.” I am “.
He said “mostly not if all the exams after May 15” are being rescheduled, adding that “they should get more information tomorrow”.
Earlier this month, the minister announced that all Cambridge exams, as well as intermediate and matriculation students, would be scheduled for this year.
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