LAHORE: The Punjab authorities introduced on Monday that it had modified its standards to advertise college students to the following grade on 50% homework foundation.
This was revealed by the provincial training minister Murad Raas throughout a press convention, shortly after information broke that colleges and academic establishments throughout Pakistan will reopen in three phases.
Speaking in regards to the colleges closure, Raas mentioned that the coronavirus pandemic had put college students at a whole lot of loss and set them again so far as training was involved.
“Coronavirus SOPs will be implemented fully,” he mentioned, talking in regards to the reopening of colleges and academic establishments. “Fifty percent of the students will be told to come on one day and 50% on another,” added the minister, noting that this coverage will likely be applied until vaccines aren’t out there.
The minister mentioned that promotion to the following grade will likely be selected the idea of fifty% homework.
Govt decides to open colleges in phases
Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood introduced on Monday that colleges and academic establishments will reopen throughout the nation in three phases.
“On January 18, classes for grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 — those that have exams — will resume,” he mentioned throughout a information convention together with SAPM on Health Dr Faisal Sultan. “This means that students of grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 will go to their schools and colleges from January 18 and their studies will resume.”
He mentioned that within the second section, college students of main courses until grade 8 will return to colleges from January 25.
The minister mentioned that universities and different greater training establishments will reopen from February 1 within the third and final section.
- Online studying can resume from Jan 11
- Classes 9 to 12 would begin from Jan 18
- Classes 1 to eight would begin from Jan 25
- Higher training courses at universities and faculties to start out from Feb 1
- Board exams have been postponed to May and June
- Another assembly on January 14 to overview the state of affairs