Private School Management Association criticized over Federal government’s decision to close down the academic activities in all education institutions till the 15th of July to control the spread of coronavirus.
Syed Tariq Shah stated that all private schools have rejected the federal government’s decision to shut all educational institutions till the 15th of July.
He requested the Federal authorities to grant them permission after creating Standard operating procedures (SOPs).
The chairman of the association said that the student’s results will be affected if they will be promoted to the next classes without giving any exams.
All the school’s stance will be put forward to the federal government on Tuesday announced the association’s steering committee.
This announcement was also followed by all Sindh Private Schools and colleges Association.
Syed Haider Ali who is the chairman of the private schools’ body gave a suggestion to reopen the institutions for 4 days a week in 2 shifts.
He further added that the examinations can also be conducted with complete safety precautions and a new schedule.
Private schools and colleges can extend their holidays for 1-2 weeks said, Syed Haider Ali.
It has been asked by the chairman to hold sessions regarding awareness with the parents alongside conducting the training sessions about the SOPs from 1st June-13th June.
Also he suggested reopening all the educational institutions from 15th June.
Recently on May 7, the cancellation of the board examinations was announced all over the country by the Federal Minister Shafqat Mehmood.
After a meeting of the National Coordination Committee, he announced that it has been decided to close down all educational institutions till the 15th of July.