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(JAC) of teachers has demanded Punjab government to restore the controller of examinations of all intermediate

LAHORE The Joint Action Committee (JAC) of teachers has demanded Punjab government to restore the controller of examinations of all intermediate and secondary education boards who were terminated after the failure of boards’online system.


In a press statement issued on Sunday, office-bearers of JAC, Rana Arshad, Sajjad Kazmi, Rana Liaqat, Ishaq Rehmani and Aslam Ghuman said that chairmen of all eight boards at the time of implementation of online system are responsible for the whole mess because of their inappropriate planning.



The teachers added that some of the officers of Secrecy Branch, Computer Section, Conduct Branch and Marking Section are also responsible. They said that excessive transfers and postings were also the reason for this fiasco. The boards of the cities such as Lahore, Rawalpindi and Sargodha still lack permanent controllers, they said, adding that the boards increase theirregistration and form fee every year, which is unfair.

Teachers also demanded Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to restore the newly appointed controller of examinations in all eight boards, eligible people should be recruited onpermanent basis, a separate secretary education should be appointed to superviseintermediate boards, step by step online system should be implemented, boards should impose a system to check objective-type paper, like University of Health Sciences, separate controller of examination should be appointed for matric and intermediateexams and admission forms should be deposited in the same bank for fee submission.Daily Times.

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