KP Cancels Matriculation Exams in Chitral


Amidst heavy rainfall in the Chitral region, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has taken a decisive step to ensure the safety and well-being of students. The government announced the cancellation of matriculation annual exams scheduled from Thursday to Saturday, impacting numerous students in the area.

The decision to cancel the exams was made during a crucial meeting chaired by Education Minister Faisal Khan Tarakai in Peshawar. Concerns regarding the adverse weather conditions and their potential impact on students’ ability to appear for the exams prompted the unanimous agreement to reschedule the cancelled exams for a later date.

This move by the KP government underscores its commitment to prioritizing the welfare and academic interests of students, especially in regions affected by challenging weather conditions. By opting to postpone the exams rather than risking the safety and convenience of students, educational authorities aim to ensure fairness and equal opportunity for all candidates in Chitral.

The cancellation of the matriculation exams in Chitral highlights the proactive approach of educational authorities in adapting to unforeseen circumstances and addressing the needs of students amidst challenging situations. It reflects a concerted effort to uphold the integrity and quality of the examination process while safeguarding the well-being of the student population.

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