Schools want greater choice in exams
LAHORE: Managers of private schools on Wednesday demanded the government give matriculating students more choices and more subjective questions on examination papers.
Adeeb Jawedani and others talking to reporters said the subjective questions and choice in the matriculation exam have been excluded. They said a protest rally would be staged in front of Governor House if the demands were not met.
They complained about the large number of city district government school children forced to participate in physical training for the Horse and Cattle Show. “This wasted their time and energy,” they said.
They also condemned the policy of publishing books at the provincial level which, according to them, would hurt relations with other provinces because local culture and language were likely to influence these books. —Staff Report