All educational institutions across the country announced to open from September 15 for Universities, Colleges and School:
We are sharing with you today’s latest Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mehmood’s conference in which he explained the opening of all educational institutions. And it has been made clear that all educational institutions in every province of Pakistan 15 Will be open from September.
“My decision is that educational institutions include universities, colleges and schools. All educational institutions of different types will remain closed across the country till September 15,” he said in a statement. Doubts about when universities, colleges and schools will be open? Because all educational institutions will be opened in Pakistan from September 15.
Earlier we had decided that all the educational institutions would be opened on 15th July but due to non-improvement of the situation due to COVID-19 the decisions have been changed and now it has been decided to open all the educational institutions across the country from 15th September. And Allah’s willing, things will get better.
As now all educational institutions including universities, colleges and schools are being announced to open after 2 months but still we will talk about it in the first week of August and then in the third week of August or in the first week of September. Again, the health indicators will be reviewed to see if the situation is changing and what we have decided in consultation may change. If the situation improves in the first week of September or the last week of August, educational institutions will be reopened. If conditions do not improve, schools, colleges and universities will not be reopened. If the situation improves, according to the health department, Institutions will begin to open across the Pakistan.
Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood further said that they would hold further consultations on the decision to open educational institutions in the first week of August and September.
There will be some regular SOPs on how to open educational institutions. There are many suggestions about this, one is to reduce the number of classes to 2 shifts, the other is to One day a class should be called and then another day another class should be called. Various suggestions are coming up, some of which are to open the classes and so on. We have requested all the provincial ministers to send us their respective SOPs with clarifications so that we can discuss these issues at the federal level and move forward on what action should be taken.