Big news for students in Punjab! The government has made some changes to the exam system that will make things easier for matric and intermediate students. Starting this year, they’ve decided to get rid of the requirement to pass theory and practical exams separately. Instead, they’ll be looking at the combined score of both exams.
Now, here’s the deal. If you manage to score a total of 33% marks in both theory and practical exams, you’re good to go! That means you don’t have to stress about passing each one individually. Your overall score is what matters.
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The Higher Education Department of Punjab, along with the educational boards in places like Gujranwala, is on board with this change. They’ve realized that practical exams should carry more weightage in the final marks. So, even if you’re not a theory wizard and score low there, but rock the practicals, you’ll still pass with flying colors!
Now, here’s the timeline. The new system kicks in from this academic year, and it applies to the annual exams. That means starting in 2023, you’ll be assessed based on the combined marks you get in theory and practical exams. No need to sweat the small stuff anymore!
This decision has been welcomed by teachers as well. They’re happy that students who perform well in practical exams will get the recognition they deserve. And hey, it’s all about making things fair and giving everyone a chance to shine, right?
So, keep calm and study on! Remember, it’s not just about theory or practicals alone anymore. It’s about the total package. Do your best in both, and you’ll be on the path to success. Good luck with your exams!