Due to a few unforeseen circumstances, the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) has decided to postpone a number of intermediate part-I exams.
Due to conflicts with the Eid al-Adha festivals and by-elections for dozens of provincial assembly seats, the exam timetable was altered.
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Details indicate that Eid-ul-Azha has caused the final exams, which were originally set for Friday, July 8, to be rescheduled. The new date for these tests is July 29.
However, due to by-elections, the final exams that were set for July 16 (Saturday) and July 18 (Monday) have been rescheduled. These tests will be given on Wednesday, July 27, and Thursday, July 28, respectively.
Here is the revised schedule for the final exams of inter part-I:
|Subject (Morning)||Subject (Evening)||Old Date||New Date|
|Islamic History History of Muslim India History of Pakistan History of Modern World History and Culture (Islamic Studies Group)||Geography Elementary Anatomy and Microtechniques Basic Medical Sciences||8 July, Friday||29 July, Friday|
|Civics Business Mathematics||Philosophy||16 July, Saturday||27 July, Wednesday|
|English||English||18 July, Monday||28 July, Thursday|