Monday, June 24, 2024
spot_img
HomeYouthsExam for Sindh Intermediate Postponed for 5 Days

Exam for Sindh Intermediate Postponed for 5 Days

Due to the current heatwave, the Sindh government has decided to postpone intermediate exams throughout the province by a period of five days.

The plan to postpone intermediate exams throughout the province by five days was supported by Muhammad Ali Malkani, the provincial minister for universities and boards, and was approved by Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah.

On the advice of Muhammad Ali Malkani, the provincial minister for universities and boards, Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah approved the postponement.

The intermediate examinations will now start on May 27 instead of May 22, as originally scheduled. According to a spokesman, CM Shah’s orders caused the Universities and Boards Department to alter the date of the intermediate exams.

Exams that were originally supposed to begin on May 22 have been rescheduled to begin on May 27. The Universities and Boards Department changed the exam dates in accordance with this decision, which was made in response to instructions from Chief Minister Shah.

It is important to note that over the past few weeks, extreme heat has been plaguing several areas of Sindh, including Karachi. Over the course of the next ten days, a further rise in temperature is anticipated.

Over the course of the next 25 days, three heatwaves are predicted to potentially affect various cities throughout Pakistan by the Pakistan Meteorological Department.

An advisory has stated that due to high pressure in the upper atmosphere, there will be heatwave conditions starting on May 21 in many parts of the country, especially in Punjab and Sindh. This could worsen into a serious heatwave that lasts until May 27.

In Sindh and Punjab, daytime highs of 4 to 6 degrees Celsius above average are predicted for May 21–23, and 6 to 8 degrees Celsius above average for May 23–27.

From May 21 to 27, it is predicted that daytime temperatures in Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan, and Balochistan will remain 4 to 6 degrees Celsius above average.

Muhammad Imran
Muhammad Imranhttps://tawarepakistan.com/
I am an experienced content writer with a passion for crafting engaging and impactful content across various platforms. Skilled in audience research, storytelling, and SEO optimization. I am proficient in creating clear, concise, and compelling copy that resonates with readers. Strong ability to adapt tone and style to suit diverse audiences and brand voices. Dedicated to delivering high- quality content that drives results and enhances brand visibility.

Latest Articles