As reported by Samaa.tv, the education minister Shafqat Mahmood has said that the government would be reviewing the school reopening decision on the 7th of September. He said this while he was addressing a press conference today.
The meeting about the decision to reopen schools would be attended by the provincial education ministers.
He said that they have faced a tough time owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Shafqat Mahmood further added that the federal government has cooperated with them with all their issues and they had taken the decision to close the schools on the 13th of March.
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He also said that they have promoted more than 4 million students in classes from 9 to 12.
He also informed that the CAIE has shared the results and have downgraded many students however they have contacted the British government ans it has now been decided that all the awarded grades would be revised.
He mentioned that if everything remains okay then the schools would be reopened on the 15th of September.
On the other hand, Cambridge has made the announcement and has reduced the retake registration fee for the exam session of October-November.