Cambridge International has reported the Cambridge International AS and A Level aftereffects of its November 2020 series.
As indicated by an authority explanation, the results are of understudies from more than 200 schools in Pakistan going from private to semi-government institutions.
Cambridge International chose to conduct the examinations for its worldwide November 2020 series against the scenery of the pandemic. Most of the Cambridge schools had needed to have the examinations, which is the reason the association had helped out the local education authorities, governments, and schools to build up a strong climate to direct the November 2020 examinations series securely and safely.
The arrival of the results is a demonstration of the way that students across the world can proceed with their schooling notwithstanding the pandemic.
Cambridge International delivered 470,000 grades for schools in 130 nations with an expansion of in excess of 20% when contrasted with a year ago. This is additionally in light of the fact that various student had moved their names from the June 2020 exams series to the November 2020 exams series.
Cambridge International's Country Director for Pakistan, Uzma Yousuf, said that the vital need of the organization is to guarantee that students can proceed with their schooling without bargaining their well being.
She stated, "I might want to communicate my gratefulness to all our Cambridge schools, educators, and guardians in Pakistan for their proceeded with endeavors to address the difficulties presented by the pandemic, with such grit. Their persistent effort has assisted students with continuing their schooling, sit their tests, and gain their capabilities today, in spite of school terminations and numerous different obstructions coming about because of the pandemic".
"I am likewise appreciative to the Federal Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training, Shafqat Mahmood, alongside all provincial education ministers for their help, which has empowered us to hold these exams in Pakistan", she added.