Board Exams Will Again Conduct According To The Ministry Of Law

Objection on passing the students of Inter and Matric by the Ministry of Law

Bad news for Intermediate and Matric students. The Ministry of law has sent back the summary of promoting the students without examination.

There is no space for promoting and passing the students without taking examinations, the objection raised by the Ministry of law.

Now The students of inter and matric will be promoted according to board policy if there would be a change in the board’s act. The Ministry of law has raised the objection on the Matric & Inter Exams Promotion Policies summary proposed by the Federal Minister Education, professional training, National Heritage and culture and have returned it back saying that there is no clause of promoting the students without examinations in educational boards act. To safeguard the promotion policy a new ordinance should be prolonged ASAP. The higher education commission sent the summary of promoting the students to the Ministry of law.

The objection and suggestion by the Ministry of Law for promotion policy

The ministry of law said that according to the act of the education board there is no clause of passing the students without examinations. The Ministry of Law also said if you want to pass the students without examinations then the act should be changed first. The ordinance should be issued by the government in this regard. The matter of Punjab promotion policy of inter and matric students have now tangled into trouble.

The education boards had already prepared the recommendations according to the instructions of the federal government about the promotions of the students of inter and matric. The board’s authorities have said, whatever the instructions will be issued by the Government, the students will be promoted according to that policy.

Before this on 14th May 2020, the Federal Minister of Education Punjab Shafqat Mehmood announced that the students of class 9th and 11th would be promoted to the next class without examinations. He proposed a 14 points promotion policy for the students of inter and matric.