Update: 07 Sep 2020
Federal Minister of Education Shafqat Mahmood said on Monday that educational institutions will reopen throughout the country in stages beginning on September 15, as infections with COVID-19 continue to decline.
All Higher Education Commission (HEC) universities, institutes, and colleges will be reopened as from September 15,” Mahmood said. Until about September 15 Govt arranged for the progress of classes 9th, 10th and 11th.
Stressing the importance of controlling the health of children, Mahmood said grade VI, VII and VIII students would be able to attend classes starting September 23. He said that primary educational institutions would be permitted to reopen on September 30, if “the situation remains better.”
Decisions will be taken in the next process on tests.
Special Assistant to the Health Prime Minister Dr Faisal Sultan said it would be necessary for schools to reduce student density in classrooms and labs.
And it is said that half of the students in the class will come one day and half the next day. Double shift has been abolished.
Fairly early, the Minister of Education had announced that schools in Pakistan would be reopened in phases beginning on September 15, and that stringent supervision would be placed in place to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
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