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Shafqat Mehmood criticises PML-N for ‘politicising exams’

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Shafqat Mehmood criticises PML-N for 'politicising exams'
Federal Minister of Schooling, Skilled Coaching, and Nationwide Heritage and Tradition Shafqat Mehmood. Picture: File

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister of Schooling and Skilled Coaching Shafqat  Mehmood on Friday criticised the Opposition and mentioned that the PML-N has resorted to low-cost political ways by commenting on the problem of exams.

In a tweet, the minister mentioned that PML-N leaders Ahsan Iqbal and Saad Rafique know that exams have already taken place in Balochistan and Sindh, subsequently, different college students can’t be handled otherwise.

“They know that [the] decision to take exams was taken unanimously by all federating units, including PML-N’s govt in AJK, and PPP in Sindh,” he tweeted.

The minister added that Ahsan and Rafique know that college students can’t be promoted on the idea of earlier exams as there have been no exams final 12 months, including that they need to know in the event that they declare to be educated that exams are the very best measure of scholars’ means.

Mehmood wrote that the 2 leaders ought to know that after the 18th modification, out of the 30 academic boards throughout the nation, just one board, i.e. the federal board, was given to the federal authorities, whereas different boards are ruled by the respective provinces and different our bodies.

“Yet they [Ahsan Iqbal and Saad Rafique] were pretending that one order from a federal minister can stop exams across the country. Again just a failed attempt at cheap politics,” the minister wrote whereas censuring the statements of the PML-N leaders.

Mehmood reminded college students that exams could be commencing from tomorrow (July 10) within the remaining provinces and federating models.

“Wish all students taking exams from tomorrow the very best. Inshallah, all will do well,” he wrote.

“Those students who say give more time can always appear in supplementary exams taken 2/3 months by all boards. Why should these exams be postponed and students who have been studying be penalised?”

It must be recalled {that a} day in the past, Ahsan Iqbal, whereas talking throughout a session of the Nationwide Meeting, had mentioned that “hundreds of students are depressed and are forced to commit suicide because of the pressure of exams.”

He mentioned that ideally, college students must be given at the least two to 3 months to organize for exams, however the PTI authorities issued the date sheet for exams solely 20 days earlier than the exams, thus placing an excessive amount of strain on the scholars.

Iqbal added that college students didn’t get equal alternatives as a consequence of on-line lessons and the sensible topics couldn’t be lined.

“Tens of scholars are trying in direction of the Meeting to take an acceptable resolution. These belonging to the lower-middle class and finding out in authorities faculties couldn’t get ample time to cowl the syllabus. He demanded a 45-day delay in Intermediate examinations in order that the scholars might get correct time to organize themselves.

Then again, Rafique mentioned “politics shouldn’t be concerned within the delicate concern of Intermediate examinations. He demanded a six to eight weeks delay within the conduct of examinations.

The PML-N member mentioned that as a consequence of extreme load-shedding throughout the nation, the scholars might additionally not avail on-line lessons. He requested the speaker to name Shafqat Mahmood to answer questions.

Regardless of the arguments of the Opposition members to delay the examination, the federal authorities had rejected the demand.

Shafqat Mehmood criticises PML-N for 'politicising exams'
Shafqat Mehmood criticises PML-N for 'politicising exams'

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