Saeed Ghani warns to take action if private schools opened in Sindh
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani has warned to take strict action against the administration lf the private schools will be opened in the province.
While briefing a media, the education minister said that all students of Sindh from classes one to 11 will be passed and promoted to the next grade without discrimination. “Each and every student will be given an extra three per cent marks and will be promoted to the next grade,” he added.
The minister said that even those students who had failed their classes will be passed via grace marks. “This way, no student in the province will be failed or left behind.”
“The students of classes 10 and 12 will be passed on the basis of their previous board results,” Ghani explained. “There has been a confusion regarding how students of classes nine and 11 will be graded.
The minister added that these decisions were taken as the government did not know when it will reopen schools due to the situation created by the coronavirus pandemic.
On the other hand, the administration office of federal governmental educational institutions will be opened from tomorrow.
Earlier, the Private Schools Management Association has announced that they will reopen schools from June 15.