The British Council confirmed that all Cambridge examinations would resume in Pakistan on Monday, May 15th.
Exams will be administered nationwide in both morning and evening shifts, according to a statement released by the British Council on Friday.
According to the statement, the choice was taken after a rigorous analysis of the local environment and consideration of their duty of care to safeguard the safety of the applicants, their parents, and staff members in the case of any unanticipated catastrophe.
Speaking to the Cambridge students and Uzma Yousuf, the country director of Cambridge University Press and Assessment, said: “Cancelling the tests on 10, 11, and 12 May has been a tough choice.
“Our staff is keeping an eye on as we learn more. We are wholly devoted to offering you a secure environment in which to take your tests.
Following the arrest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, which led to the British Council cancelling the examinations, demonstrations broke out all throughout the nation.
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) did, however, give the former prime minister two weeks’ bail earlier today in the Al-Qadir Trust corruption case.
Later, the court prohibited law enforcement from detaining him until May 17 in connection with any new charges brought against him prior to May 9 — the day he was taken into custody in the corruption case that sparked violent nationwide demonstrations.