Grade 6-8 students allowed to attend physical classes in Sindh from tomorrow

Sindh government has allowed physical classes for grade six to eight from Tuesday (tomorrow), confirmed Saeed Ghani.

Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani took to social media to announce that physical classes for grade six to eight will resume from Tuesday June 15th, tomorrow.

The classes will be limited to 50% attendance, said Saeed Ghani.

The provincial minister also noted that if COIVD-19 situation further improves, the primary classes will also be allowed to resume from June 21st.

Furthermore, COVID-19 vaccination has been made mandatory for teachers, school and other administration staff of educational institutions, remarked Saeed Ghani.

Earlier, Sindh government had announced examination schedule for matric and intermediate students on June 10th last week.

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Matric exams will commence from July 5th followed by intermediate examinations from July 26th. Grade 11th exams will be conducted after the conclusion of grade 12th examinations, said the notification.

The development comes as Sindh government eased COVID-19 restrictions on Sunday June 6th last week as a result of significant drop in COVID-19 cases and positivity rate in the province.