Private Schools & Colleges in Sindh Decide to Go Against NCOC’s Decision

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Private Schools & Colleges in Sindh Decide to Go Against NCOC’s Decision

As the Omicron version spreads across the country, a huge number of private schools, colleges, and institutions in Sindh have once again adopted the online style of instruction.

Pupils, parents, and professors have praised the institutes’ proactive action, claiming that online education is the only way to maintain an unbroken academic process and protect students from getting the Coronavirus’s quickly spreading Omicron form.

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In this regard, Dr. Tariq Rafi, Chairman of the Universities Charter Inspection and Evaluation Committee, reminded that the Sindh government had been the most proactive provincial administration throughout past COVID-19 rounds in the country.

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During the current fifth wave of the Coronavirus epidemic, however, the Sindh government has failed to implement any significant steps to ensure student safety. Dr. Rafi bemoaned his situation.

Students, parents, and professors in Sindh’s public schools, colleges, and universities, on the other hand, have urged the provincial government to move the academic process online until the fifth wave of Coronavirus has passed.

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Meanwhile, Coronavirus continues to spread unabated across the United States. The government reported 5,472 new cases on Wednesday, up from 5,034 verified cases the day before. On Wednesday, the country reported 8 new deaths, down from the ten verified on Tuesday.

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