PESHAWAR, 20 July: Students of classes nine and 11 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa(KP:) will sit for their exams on July 27.
“Today [July 20], the exams of the 10th, 12th classes have come to an end by the grace of Allah,” KP Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Shahram Tarakai tweeted on Monday.
In the next phase, assessments for classes nine and 11 will be held from July 27 to August 4.
“Congratulations to students and staff on the cooperation as they complied with the SOPs and performed their duty well,” Tarakai added.
Earlier this month, the government said that promoting students without exams amid the Covid-19 crisis will ruin their future. The exam syllabus has been shortened for their ease.
On July 12, students across the province started their new academic year for 2021-2022. Classes are being held from 7am to 10am
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Education Minister Shahram Tarakai said on Thursday that matric and intermediate examinations in the province will start on July 10. Speaking to the media during his visit to a government school, the minister said a total of 14,153,70 students belonging to eight different boards will take the exams.