Shafqat Mehmood

Shafqat Mahmood Emphasizes Hard Work, Deters Students From Shortcuts


On Wednesday, the federal minister of education and vocational training Shafqat Mahmood logged into his Twitter account. He sent a message to students. Then the minister said to the students to work hard. The minister told them that a bright future would discourage them from looking for shortcuts because those roads do not lead to anything.

The minister has advised students not to enter into internships. They have no long-term benefits. No one in their life has ever done a great job without hard work. He wrote that searching for shortcuts or free tickets is the way to nowhere. Shafqat Mehmood has announced one day before that on-campus classes for students up to grade 8 in the areas most affected by the Coronavirus. These would close before the 28th of April.

Shafqat Mahmood Twitter Account:

Shafqat Mahmood Twitter Account

At a press conference, the minister said that the decision had come after an important meeting. At the national center for administration and business. We had all the ministers of education and health in attendance. He said that the Punjab minister of education had informed him that 13 parts of the province had been affected by the coronavirus. As a result, on-campus classes would not be available until April 28. He also said that the Sindh government had already announced.

They take the decision to suspend classes of 1st to 8th on campus. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government also had done the same. The minister also said that there would be consultations on whether these courses should be suspended on campus until Eid or whether they should be repeated in some way. Shafqat Mehmood said that classes 9, 10, 11, and 12 will be conducted in strict accordance with the SOP coronavirus from April 19 onward. These students can complete their preparation for their next exams.

Universities in the affected areas will also remain closed. Shafqat Mehmood said that universities in other areas will remain open and operate normally.


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