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Sindh Govt Gives Passing Marks to Students Who Fail in Exams

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Sindh Government Steering committee of Sindh Education Department conducted a meeting and it was decided that the students, who will be failed in the elective subjects, they will be passed in the exams. In the meeting it was decided that the Sindh Govt Gives Passing Marks to Students Who Fail in Elective Subjects.

The government has decided that the 9th and 11th classes annual exams will be held during the months of July and August and the schools will conduct the exams by the schools themselves. The students will also be promoted to the next classes. The exams of the elective subjects will be held only and the students will be given marks in the compulsory subjects as per their marks in the elective marks.




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