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According to sources, students in grades 1-4, 6-7 will be promoted in federal government schools without any examination.

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Sources told Geo News on Sunday that the federal government has decided to promote I-IV and VII VI students studying in the schools run by the Center without any examination.

Avoiding promotion, officials said the federal government has decided to take exams only for fifth- and eighth-graders. He further said that the Director General of the Federal Directorate of Education has sent a summary to the concerned authorities in this regard.
Sources said that the students would be promoted to the next class on the basis of the marks obtained last year. He added that last year, Class I-VII students were promoted on the basis of examinations, adding that records show that 90% of the students had passed.

The decision came as Grade I-VII students are set to return to Islamabad schools from Monday (tomorrow) after the government agreed to resume private classes.

The National Command and Operations Center (NCOC) has approved private classes after seeing a drop in corona virus cases in Pakistan's federal capital, according to a report published in The News.
Schools are already conducting 9-10 grade classes.

In a notification, the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE), which oversees public sector schools and colleges in Islamabad, said the schedule for Grade 1-8 examinations would be announced soon.