Lahore: The Punjab Examination Commission (PEC) has announced the schedule of examinations for grades I to VIII in the Thirteen districts of the Punjab province. the examinations for grades I to VIII will begin from 7th June 2021 and continue until 25th June 2021 whereas schools will start issuing report cards from 30th June 2021. More than five million students of classes one to eight will sit in the examinations.
Punjab Examination Commission PEC has declared the 8th Class date sheet annual examination 2021 on 7th June 2021. Punjab Examination Commission is an autonomous body set up by the Government of Punjab to evaluate and examine students’ learning accomplishments particularly of grades 8. PEC started working in 2005 and in 2006 carried on 5th grade population examination for the first time in the Province. Now PEC is a legal body working under the Punjab Examination Commission Act XI of 2010.
8th class paper maths tomorrow Lahore board 2021
English, Urdu, Science, Math, Islamiyat/Ethics subjects are included for annual exams 2021; Punjab Examination Commission has issued Date Sheet. The date Sheet has been uploaded on the PEC website www.pec.edu.pk.
Download Model Papers for PEC Examination 2021 Grade 5 and Grade 8
PEC is administering the examinations of the elementary level in Punjab since 2006. PEC not only designs the date sheet but also makes model papers for the students.
Date Sheets 2021
The date sheet for the annual examination of 2021 is available on this page. For Grade VIII
Punjab Examination Commission PEC has announced 5th and 8th Class Date Sheet 2021
Download 8th Class date sheet annual examination 2021
Date sheet For Grade VIII annual examination 2021
After that, the educational institutions were reopened by the NCOC for the 9th to 12th classes from January 18, but on March 10, the Punjab government closed the educational institutions again in view of the third wave of Corona.
All the students of Azad Jammu and Kashmir up to 8th class were promoted to the next classes. During the lockdown, all educational institutions, private academies remained closed, primary and middle-class students could not complete their education regularly, due to which the government decided to promote them to the next classes without examinations.