As there was no electricity supply in the college, the administration arranged a generator but it did not cater to all the places. Finally, parents who came on their four wheelers switched on the headlights of their vehicles to complete the examination.
Dr Hussein indicated that the number of students registered to take exams on campus has reached 10,000 students according to a system that depends on the type of courses and their requirements.
The minister urged the students to refrain from entertaining rumours that the government will cancel exams. “Education sector has already suffered a lot due to COVID-19 pandemic,” the minister said, insisting that pandemic-induced shortcomings would have to be amended.
No student would be awarded grades without attempting examinations this year, the education minister stressed, adding: "If we do not conduct the exams, then students will not even employ minimum efforts to study."
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Tuesday declared the class 10 results. Students can check their results on CBSE's official website and Digilocker.
National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) chief and Federal Minister Asad Umar announced that educational institutions in five districts of Punjab and one distinct in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will reopen from Sept.16.