Punjab Board Notifies Syllabus for Session 2022
The Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board has issued a statement regarding the clarification about the syllabus for the academic session 2021-2022. In this regard, a notification has been issued by the concerned authorities to notify the students. The situation of the coronavirus is under control now and the National Command and Operation Center has allowed the reopening of the educational institutes and the academic activities have been resumed. From March 2020 the educational institutes remain closed for an extended time period due to the lockdown imposed by the government for the safety of the people. The result of the matric had been announced for the candidates so that the candidates that enrolled in the intermediate degree program are directed to do the preparation by following the 11th class syllabus and 12th class syllabus provided by the authorities.
Syllabus For Academic Session 2021-2022
The 32nd Interprovincial Education Ministers Conference was held on 13th September 2021 at the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, Islamabad. In the meeting, it had been decided that schools and boards of intermediate and secondary education will take the examinations with the full syllabus for the academic session 2021-2022. The candidates are informed to check the 9th class syllabus and 10th class syllabus to prepare for the exams.
Annual Exams 2022
So the question papers for the matric and intermediate annual exams 2022 will be prepared by considering the full syllabus of SSC and HSSC. The candidates have to complete the whole syllabus before appearing in the annual exams. It is pertinent to mention here that the short syllabus for 11th class 2021 had been announced for the commencement of the annual exams and moreover reduced syllabus of class 12 Punjab board was followed by devising the question papers of the subjects. But this year no smart syllabus will be provided to the students and they have to study the full syllabus for the academic session 2021-2022.