Shafqat Mahmood Shares a Valuable Tweet for Students

The Federal Minister for Education and Professional Training, Shafqat Mahmood, has asked students to work hard for a bright future instead of looking for shortcuts.

The minister took to Twitter to share a motivational message with students on Wednesday evening.

There is a time in life to study and prepare for the challenges of the future. And then a time to enjoy [the] fruits of this labor for the remaining years.


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He advised students to refrain from malpractices as they have no benefits in the future.

No one has achieved anything significant in life without hard work. Looking for shortcuts or free passes is a road to nowhere.

A day before, the minister had asked students not to hesitate and to remain focused on their preparations as board examinations will not be canceled this year.


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He had also announced the cancellation of examinations for Classes 1 to 8 in the districts that are most affected by the coronavirus. Physical lessons in such areas will also remain suspended until 28 April.

As per his directive, the O-Level and A-Level examinations will be conducted across the country as scheduled.



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