The sources said that Dr Jeeva will chair a meeting of representatives from all public and private education boards on Monday (April 26).
The meeting will be on teleconferencing app and it will be attended by the heads of the education board chairpersons’ committees from all four provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
While talking to the newspaper Dr Jeeva said that it will be framed in the meeting that whether to push them to July or cancel them altogether in favour of an alternative grading procedure.
He said that if we further postpone the exams after July than this will delay the admission of the universities.
The head of board chairpersons’ committee will have further consultations with their provinces’ respective boards after the meeting, Dr Jeeva
Earlier on March 13, Sindh government has extended the school holidays till May 30 amid growing anxiety over the spread of novel coronavirus. Matric exams in Sindh have also been postponed till further notice.
The decision was made in special cabinet meeting presided by Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah.