Cambridge reschedules ‘O Level’ exams in Pakistan

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Cambridge International Examinations announced that the O level exams will take place from May 15, while A level exams will be held according to the time table.

According to the details, Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood took to this Twitter and said the Cambridge International agreed to reschedule ‘O’ level exams to after May 15 amid spike in Covid-19 cases in the country.

“After detailed discussions, Cambridge has agreed to reschedule ‘O’ level exams to after May 15. Details will be shared later by them,” Shafqat Mahmood wrote.

However, he said that “A” and “As” level exams will take place as per the original timetable, following all standard operation procedures (SOPs) against the novel coronavirus.

“Wishing everyone success in the exams,” the he concluded.

Coronavirus in Pakistan

Pakistan today recorded 72 more deaths related to the novel coronavirus taking national death tally to 14047 while the number of infected patients is 642241.

According to the details, 2 people died from Coronavirus in Islamabad, 4 in Sindh, 51 in Punjab and 14 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today, bringing the total number of deaths from Coronavirus across the country to 14047.

According to the coronavirus death toll in Pakistan, there are currently 4,486 deaths in Sindh, 205 in Balochistan, 2,260 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 340 in Azad Kashmir, 554 in Islamabad, 103 in Gilgit-Baltistan and 6,099 in Punjab.

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