The goverment has announced the cancellation of board exams, saying that students will be assessed on previous assessments. This comes as a relief for the board students. Shafqat Mahmood made the announcement today.
Two important decisions taken by PM Imran Khan in the NCC today. One, All educational institutions will remain closed till July 15. Two, ALL Board exams throughout the country have been cancelled. Students would be assessed on their previous performance in Board exams.
— Shafqat Mahmood (@Shafqat_Mahmood) May 7, 2020
Meanwhile the announcement for universities varies from the announcement made for the board exams. “Universities would decide their exams schedule according to their own policies and according to the direction and SOPs issued by the Higher Education Commission”
This has led to #noexams trending on twitter.
Exams have been cancelled and it's official now.
😂🔥🔥#noexams #Noexam #PMImranKhan pic.twitter.com/cTrQhHAp6k
— ✨ (@Farwahhh1) May 7, 2020
Scroll down for some of our favorite tweets.
Meanwhile university students
University Students after knowing that their exams are not going to cancel.#noexams pic.twitter.com/pNDdlOU2Rn
— Popenzy (@Popenzpopany1) May 7, 2020
“Tamaam Taleemi idaary 15 July tak band rahegi”
Students listening to this News: #LockdownEnd #noexams pic.twitter.com/HV3TJFYxJs
— Ahmad (@theAhmad09) May 7, 2020
Keep looking friends
Lol one of those days
Situation right now 🌚#noexams pic.twitter.com/cIyzN9iK8G
— Komal✨ (@komalsaysss) May 7, 2020
University students can’t deal
Sums it up
Different Reaction of Students 🔥 on #LockdownEnd , #noexams pic.twitter.com/4XWAgV9CF8
— Mian Omer 🇵🇰 (@Iam_Mian) May 7, 2020
Engineers Graduated from online classes be like:#noexams pic.twitter.com/o0zeSHXuqM
— Maher Maah (@MaahMaher) May 6, 2020
Those students who haven't studied in part 1 and relied on part 2#noexams pic.twitter.com/hj4TGxnWdi
— noman. (@noman__ishaq) May 7, 2020
We hope you are among those who’s exams got cancelled and if not well then tough luck. With #noexams, #lockdownends is also trending on twitter but we would like to take this moment to remind all of you that the virus and the pandemic is far from over. We still need to take the precautionary measures needed to contain the spread of the virus so that all ous and our loved ones are safe and protected.
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