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Private Schools Association demands cancellation of matric exams in Sindh

Association says 1.5 million students are taking exams without monitoring

The Private Schools in Sindh has once again demanded the cancellation of matriculation papers in Karachi.

They demanded that all previously conducted matriculation exams by the Matriculation Board in Karachi be declared null and void, and called for the exams to be conducted again.

During a press conference in Karachi, Chairman Haider Ali stated that due to mismanagement, the matriculation exams conducted by the board have become questionable. He also said that the Deputy Controller of Examinations of the Matriculation Board has failed to manage the examination arrangements.

Haider Ali mentioned that more than one and a half million students are taking the exams, and there is no monitoring of the examination centers.

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He said that students are sitting on the roads and taking exams under the open sky. He also questioned who is responsible for the future of hundreds of thousands of boys and girls.

The Chairman of Private Schools in Sindh demanded the removal of the Controller of Examinations and called for all previously conducted papers to be canceled, with the exams rescheduled to take place 15 days later.

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