The Punjab Board has issued a new schedule for ninth-grade students as the exams got postponed amid protests and security situations in Punjab. According to a report by 24NewsHD on Saturday, the Lahore Board has issued a new schedule for the papers that were postponed due to the deteriorating situation, and the exams will resume from Monday, May 17.
As per the new schedule, the exam of Quran translation will be held on May 17, and the Chemistry paper on May 18. The board has instructed the candidates to visit their designated exam centers at the appointed time, as per their already assigned roll number slips, which can be downloaded from the board’s website www.biselahore.com.
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The candidates have been advised to adhere to the given schedule, and the superintendents have been directed to accept old roll number slips. The Lahore Board has taken this step to ensure the safety and convenience of the students amid the current security situation in Punjab. Students are advised to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and comply with the safety measures issued by the board.