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Punjab faculties to carry exams from May 18-31

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LAHORE: The Punjab authorities on Friday launched the examination schedule for faculties throughout the province, in line with which exams can be held from May 18-31. 

As per the schedule, the exams can be held from May 18 to 31 for college kids of grades I-VIII, stated a notification by the PEC.

The fee introduced that it’ll problem a booklet containing questions which can function in college students’ examinations.

According to the PEC, 50% weightage within the exams can be for homework and 50% weightage can be for MCQ-based papers.

Oral exams can be taken for college kids for grades I & II (English, Maths, General Knowledge and Urdu), stated the PEC. 

Students of Grade III to VIII will give written examinations of all core topics (English, Maths, Science, Urdu, Computer Science, History & Geography and Islamiyat/Ethics).

According to the PEC, evaluation of the remaining or non-obligatory topics can be ready and carried out by the varsity itself. The PEC clarified that every MCQ paper can be of 25 gadgets, having 2 marks for every merchandise with a length of 60 minutes (in a number of periods day by day if wanted) as per SoPs of Covid-19 issued by Govt. of the Punjab.

Result playing cards can be issued by faculties earlier than June 10, acknowledged the PEC. 


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