Students of Fatima Jinnah demand online exam

 Students of Fatima Jinnah demand online exam

Rawalpindi, 08 June: Students of Fatima Jinnah University are challenging its choice to hold face to face judgment.

A strong unexpected of female police showed up nearby.

“Our classes were held on the online so our tests under to be online as well,” fighting understudies said.

An actual assessment will be directed at Fatima Jinnah University from June 15, as indicated by the administration’s orders.

The administration said that severe SOP’s will be trailed by the college.

Understudies the nation over have been objection. On May 29, understudies of middle of the road were challenging actual estimation. The Students of Fatima Jinnah gathered at the Faizabad Interchange. They block the street and pelted stones at vehicles.

A week ago, Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood reported all varsities the nation over will return.

read this; Educational Institutes reopen across Pakistan today

The National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) has allowed authorities to resume physical education in districts where the positivity ratio is less than 5% from May 24 in the first phase, while those with a higher prevalence of the virus were scheduled to open from June 7.

The Sindh government, however, had decided to extend lockdown restrictions due to higher positivity rate in the province and kept schools closed for another two weeks.

In a meeting of the Provincial Task Force for Coronavirus on Sunday, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah green signalled the reopening of schools for classes 9 and above with directions for strict implementations of COVID-19 SOPs and ordered teachers to vaccinate themselves within two weeks.

In Punjab, education activities have also resumed at all public and private schools. According to a notification from the school education department, only 50% of students shall attend classes on a given day and no student shall attend the school for two consecutive days.

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