Online classes to continue, Shafqat Mahmood addresses a media briefing

Lahore, 12th April: Federal Minister for Education has announced that online education will continue in the country amid the third wave of coronavirus.

Baaghi TV: Addressing a media briefing in Islamabad, the Education Minister said that keeping schools closed is a very difficult decision. Although online education is being conducted, there is no substitute for education within the classrooms.

Shafqat Mahmood said that we are making decisions in the interest of the nation and children. We will fight this disaster together.

He said that challenges still exist, we have learned from them. Corona’s third wave is a big challenge. All provinces made unanimous decisions in the field of education. A formula was developed last year for children to pass.

It may be recalled that Shafqat Mahmood had recently said in a tweet that the decision regarding the examinations is final and students should work hard to prepare for the examinations.

He had said that the decision regarding the examinations would not change. There should be no uncertainty in anyone’s mind. This decision has been made with education in mind. Best wishes from me to all the students.

According to a notification issued by the provincial government, all government, private, primary and elementary educational institutions, including cadet colleges, models in six districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus.

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