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Non-load-shedding during exams is Mandated by NEPRA

All distribution companies (DISCOs) were given instructions by the National Electric. Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Friday to reschedule their. Load-shedding schedules in order to guarantee a continuous supply of electricity. Throughout the ongoing inspections. According to NEPRA, load shedding should. Not occur during the national exams in order to avoid having a negative effect. On students’ academic achievement.

Nepra directed the DISCOs to prioritize student welfare and the efficient. Administration of exams, and to take all necessary steps to comply with its directive. It issued a warning, threatening additional regulatory action. If its directive was not followed.

Nepra said in a statement, “It has come to the notice of Nepra… that distribution companies have been carrying out load shedding during exam sessions.” The statement went on, “This practice has caused significant disruptions. For students appearing in exams, especially during the length of their exam papers.”

Distribution companies are instructed to review all load shedding operations. Particularly when exam papers are in session. It is crucial that electricity users have an uninterrupted supply of power. And it is especially important to make sure there is no load. Shedding during exam periods, the statement stated.

As previously mentioned, kindly take all required steps to abide. By this instruction, [by] giving the orderly administration of. Tests and the students’ welfare top priority. Further regulatory action may be taken if this directive is not followed.

The statement underscored the significance of DISCOs acknowledging the. Need for a continuous power supply during exam sessions. Stating that any interruption could negatively impact students’ performance and. Concentration, ultimately affecting their academic outcomes.

The regulatory body informed all electric distribution companies of these directives. During the national exam, NEPRA stressed. The significance of having a “uninterrupted power supply.” It also threatened to take “regulatory action” if noncompliance was not met.

NEPRA released a statement saying, “It has come to the notice of NEPRA… that distribution companies have been carrying out load shedding during exam sessions.” The statement went on, “This practice has caused significant disruptions. For students appearing in exams, especially during the length of their exam papers.”

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