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After KP, Punjab reveals decision regarding matric exams

KP has decided to delay the exams due to Ramadan

Punjab government has refused to extend the date of the matric examinations in the province, rejecting a request made by the All Pakistan Private School Association (APPSA) caretaker.

The Punjab Education Board announced that the upcoming Senior Secondary Certificate exams will be held as per the schedule and will commence from March 1.

APPSA had requested the Board of Education Punjab and the Secretary of Higher Education Commission (HEC) to postpone the board exams of SSC.

Central President Mian Shabir Ahmed had highlighted several reasons that affected the study schedule. He said prolonged winter vacations had had an impact on the syllabus.

However, the education board has made it clear that the exam will be held as per the schedule. According to the authorities, any kind of delay in the metric examination could affect the schedules of higher-level exams.

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On the other hand, the caretaker education ministry of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has delayed the exams for grade 10th originally scheduled from mid-March.

The government took the decision upon the request of parents and students who believe the preparations for the exam would be affected during Ramadan.

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