- Shafqat Mahmood talks about exams and use of social media by college students.
- Says college students ought to give attention to their research.
- Says he’s conscious of the issues confronted by Pakistani college students finding out in Chinese language universities.
ISLAMABAD: Federal Schooling Minister Shafqat Mahmood has suggested Pakistani college students to cease spending time on Twitter to make developments in opposition to exams and give attention to their training as exams will not be cancelled or postponed.
He was talking Reside with Adil Shahzeb in regards to the ongoing bodily exams and the problem of Pakistani college students finding out in China.
Mahmood mentioned that exams have already began in Sindh and also will start in Punjab from Friday so there isn’t any risk of papers being postponed or cancelled.
“I would advise the students to stop spending time on Twitter to make trends and that it is better to focus on their education. There is still time left for exam preparation.”
The training minister has been the fodder of memes on social media because of controversy associated to bodily exams.
‘Issue of Pakistani students in China to be resolved soon’
When requested about Pakistani college students ready to return to China, Mahmood mentioned he has mentioned the problem with the Chines envoy and hoped that it is going to be solved quickly.
“Every country is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic in its own way. We all know that China is a big country and there is a risk of virus spreading there, so the Chinese government enforced the strictest restrictions and imposed a lockdown.”
The minister mentioned that he was conscious of the issues and can take up the matter once more with the Chinese language authorities.
“The pandemic situation has improved in China and elsewhere so I hope that this issue will be resolved soon,” he mentioned.
Pakistani college students finding out in Chinese language universities are nonetheless ready to return and resume in-person studying. They’d come to Pakistan final yr when the pandemic was at its peak and weren’t allowed to return since then.