Sindh Intermediate Exams Rescheduled.

News Desk1 month ago

On the advice of Muhammad Ali Malkani, the provincial minister for universities and boards, Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Murad Ali Shah allowed the postponement.

The intermediate examinations will now start on May 27 instead of May 22, as previously scheduled. According to a spokesman, CM Shah’s orders caused the Universities and Boards Department to alter the schedule of the intermediate exams.

The heat wave that has engulfed Karachi for the past two weeks has left the city’s residents in agony, and during the next ten days, a notable increase in temperature is predicted.

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According to the Pakistan Meteorological Department, throughout the next 25 days, there could be three heatwaves in different places across the nation.

The advice cautioned that majority of the country will experience heatwave conditions due to high pressure in the upper atmosphere, with Punjab and Sindh seeing particularly severe heatwave conditions from May 21 to May 27.

In Sindh and Punjab, daytime highs are “likely to remain 4 to 6 degrees centigrade above normal” from May 21 to May 23, and six to eight degrees Celsius from May 23 to May 27.

In Islamabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Azad Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan and Balochistan, day temperatures are likely to remain four to 6°C above normal from May 21 to 27.

The advisory wanted authorities to remain alert and take necessary measures to deal with the heatwave spell.

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