Shafqat Mehmood Announces promotion policy of matric and inter students. Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood has said that there will be no ninth and eleventh examinations and 10th and 12th class students will be promoted on 9th and 11th results while students who fail in 40% subjects will be given passing marks.
According to details, the Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood while announcing the promotion policy of matric and inter students in the press conference said that the students who have appeared for the 9th and 11th exams and have passed all the subjects have been promoted.
Shafqat Mahmood said that there will be no ninth and eleventh examinations. The students who have the results of the ninth and eleventh have been promoted to tenth and twelfth. These students will appear in the tenth and twelfth examinations next year.
The Federal Minister said that 10th and 12th class students will be promoted on the results of 9th and 11th class. The result of the 10th class is better than the 9th class, so we decided to increase the marks of students by 3%.
The Federal Minister for Education said that passing marks would be given to the students who failed in 40% of the subjects and those who failed in more than 40% of the subjects would be given a special examination.
He said that the students of class XI could re-sit the examination if they are not satisfied with the results while the students of class XII would be given total marks but not according to the subjects.
The Federal Minister for Education further explaining promotion policy of matric and inter students said that there is a category of people who are not satisfied with the results of 11th class. The second category who wanted to take the composite exam. The third category is those who are giving exams of a few subjects while the fourth category is those whose result is less than 40%. A separate exam would be taken for them which will be taken depending on the situation. Those who want to take part in the special test should inform their board on July 1.
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