Karachi: The Sindh Government’s Department of College Education has decided not to grant inter-first year admissions on the basis of ninth grade results against the decision of the steering committee of the education department (schools and colleges) and contrary to challenges and requirements.
Traditionally, they will once again be based on the results of the annual matriculation examination.
Acting Director-General Colleges Sindh Prof. Abdul Hameed Chandar while talking to Express confirmed the decision and said that Secretary College Education is not ready for first-year admissions on the basis of ninth grade. We do not want to deprive any student of his rights. Admit on the basis of ninth and what to do if their results in matric change.
On which he was reminded that the results of the tenth will come on the basis of the marks obtained by the ninth class in which 3% marks will be added. Every student already knows his result. Then what is the problem for the department? ۔
On which Prof. Abdul Hameed Chandra said that it is the decision of the Secretary to contact him. Secretary College Education Baqir Abbas was tried several times but he refused to contact.
It is being informed that the Department of College Education is now awaiting the release of matriculation results under education boards across Sindh including Karachi. The release of these results is not possible this month as the Department of Universities and Boards Has been allowed to prepare and issue results without examinations under the promotion policy.
The preparation of results is now being started. Special mark sheets will be issued under the results and promotion policy under the Central Admission Policy. The process of enrollment of extra students will start in the first year after which the academic session will start and an additional period of at least two months is required in this entire period.
On the other hand, the chairman of a Sindh education board told The Express on condition of anonymity that all the education boards are facing unique challenges in terms of direct grading and promotion without examinations.
The Chairman Board said that the most important issue is that under the promotion policy, the results of the 10th and 12th classes and their mark sheets are to be issued. The subject numbers of the two parties are not to be reflected in the mark sheets. Tenth and twelfth classes.
Only the total marks obtained in I will be written which will be equal to ninth and eleventh grade and it will include additional 3% marks but these extra marks will also be given only to those students whose ninth and eleventh grade papers will be clear.
In both the aforesaid classes, if a student fails in a paper, it has been decided not to give him extra 3% marks at the end of the year but such a student will pass with 33/33 marks in the failed subject of both the years.
The Chairman of the Board said that the software available in the IT departments of all the Boards of Education does not support this policy. To change
It may be recalled that as soon as the epidemic broke out, in mid-March, the steering committee of the education department in its meeting had approved the admissions in the eleventh class on the basis of the results of the ninth.
Sources say that the Department of College Education is having a hard time knowing that this time the matriculation results are to be released on the basis of ninth grade.
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An ordinary student in Sindh knows this but the Department of College Education is not ready to understand it and as a result. private colleges in Karachi have started online classes by admitting students in the first year of Inter but the government Nearly one lakh students seeking admission in colleges are sitting at home waiting for results and admissions on the one hand but they have no staff.