President All Pakistan Private Schools Federation (APPSF) Kashif Mirza has criticised the government’s grace marks policy for intermediate and matric results.

In a statement, Kashif Mirza said that the government’s decision to pass all the students under the Grace Marks policy is a dilemma and serious joke. He said that he was not in favour of the government’s decision to pass all matric and intermediate failed students with grace marks who appeared in exams this year.

Kashif Mirza took the government’s decision as a joke with the creditable and hardworking students. He also criticised the decision of starting the next academic year from August. The decision must be taken back and reversed, Kashif Mirza demanded.

Giving students grace marks, a tantamount to abusing deserving students and wasting insulin. Due to the incompetence of the Ministry of Education, more than 10,000 private schools are permanently closed, 700,000 teachers already left the job and about 50% of students didn’t come back to date, Kashif Mirza added.

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Arsalan Haider is a reporter at Academia Mag and has worked with leading national dailies and news channels. He tweets @arsalanhaider14

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