Pakistan’s health conditions would determine the reopening of colleges and schools, mentioned Education minister Shafqat Mehmood, in his newest tweet on Saturday.

The Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference (IPEMC) is scheduled on January 4, 2021, to assessment the coronavirus pandemic scenario and determine on when colleges and different academic institutes needs to be reopened.

“From different agenda factors an important could be an investigation of the health scenario to find out re-opening of schools,” Mehmood mentioned in a tweet.

The IPEMC had earlier determined to close all colleges, schools, and universities from November 26 and introduced {that a} assessment gathering could be held within the first week of January.

Two days earlier, replying to media queries, Mehmood stated: “The IPEMC would meet on January Four to assessment the pandemic condition within the country and decide about reopening of academic institutions.”

Earlier, Sindh education minister Saeed Ghani had stated that after evaluating the coronavirus condition, it didn’t shows attainable that academic institutions would reopen in January 2021.

Ghani had repeated his ministry’s stance that unfortunately the last educational yr, no student could be promoted to the subsequent 12 months without taking the examination this yr.

In the meantime, the owners of private colleges have threatened to carry a long march in the direction of Islamabad if colleges aren’t allowed to restart classes from January 11.

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