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Classes for grades 9 to 12 were reopened today in Pakistan’s schools and colleges (April 19).
On Monday, however, there was little attendance at academic institutions after clerics declared a national strike.
In Punjab schools in more than 13 districts, Lahore and Multan included reopened. On Sunday, Punjab education minister Murad Raas posted that 50% of students are on Mondays and 50% on Thursdays.
Schools and colleges were urged to ensure rigorous enforcement of SOPs.
On Sunday Minister of Education Shafqat Mahmood convened an emergency conference of all ministers of the provinces. Classes for students who attend intermediate and matric examinations have been agreed to reopen as students must be presented for their tests.
Classes from grades 8 will stay closed until Eid, on the other side. Classes have to be moved online to universities in districts with large coronavirus cases.
In Mahmood’s opinion, the decision was taken this year to promote the examination of students. He indicated that all inter, matric and O/A levels examinations are scheduled.