Tuesday, November 28, 2023

NCOC reviewing the decision to continue classes in mid to COVID-19 cases

The National Command and Operations Center NCOC announced that it will reconsider the reviewing decision to continue classes in mid to COVID-19 cases.

The Federal Minister of Education and Training, Shafqat Mahmood, had previously announced that regular classes would resume in all major cities from March 1, 2021.

Read more: Shafqat Mehmood announced to implement 5 days regular classes from 1st March

According to the announcement, students has to attend classes 5 days a week as the number of coronavirus cases decreased. However, NCOC meeting again held after the March 8. It decided that the school will close again, after reviewing the cases reported by the health department.

According to the update, COVID-19 is getting positive. So, the government has told the public to follow precautions such as wearing masks. Also keep social distancing to protect themselves from the deadly virus.

NCOC review session

Therefore, Decision to continue regular academic year and teaching activities in all province in Pakistan will be reviewed again. For this purpose meeting will held in April.

As, Schools had been closed for a long time due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition, the schedule for the start of the annual examinations also disrupted. Students unabled to complete the program scheduled for the exam.

SSC and HSSC exams

The annual matric and intermediate examinations cannot held this year according to the usual schedule. The board of directors has issued an exam schedule, and candidates should require to concern to that schedule in order to prepare for the appropriate exam.

According to announcement of Punjab boards committee of chairpersons, the SSC exam will rescheduled on May 4,2021 and HSSC exams will from July 12,2021.

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