The Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training, Madad Ali Sindhi presided over a crucial meeting in Karachi focused on advancing examination reforms within the education sector.
The meeting was attended by esteemed chairpersons from all Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) in Sindh.
Chaired by the Federal Minister of Education, this significant gathering aimed to deliberate and strategize on reforms proposed by the Inter Boards Coordination Commission (IBCC) that could profoundly benefit educational boards across the province.
During the meeting, the chairpersons of the boards provided comprehensive briefings on the proposed reforms from IBCC, highlighting their potential to enhance examination systems and processes.
The Minister emphasized the importance of timely implementation of these reforms and urged the boards to prepare a robust examination framework that would instill public trust in the assessment process.
Prof Dr. Ghulam Ali Mallah, the Executive Director of IBCC, presented a detailed overview of the proposed reforms, elucidating their potential to elevate the educational landscape. His insights and expertise were instrumental in steering the discussion towards constructive outcomes.
The collaborative effort and productive discussions during this gathering reflect a shared commitment to enhancing the quality and credibility of examination systems, ultimately benefitting the education sector and, most importantly, the students.