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British Council Staff Refuses to Visit Quetta for O-Level Exams

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Owing to the bad security condition in Balochistan, the Cambridge University linked staff of British Council has refused to visit Quetta for O-Level examinations, leaving future of several hundred students at stake, Media reports.

O-Level Exams

O-Level Exams

Over 300 hundreds students of many private schools of Quetta submitted fees and registered for examinations of O-Level but the concerned staff of British Council has flatly refused to come and take papers.

British council has shifted Quetta examination center to Karachi and asked the candidates to come there for giving papers or refund fees.

The helpless students and parents are deeply troubled by this new situation and unable to decide for either of the choice, as it is not easy for them to go with children to Karachi or refund fees.

Balochistan regime has assured the British Council staff of complete security but still they are not ready to visit Quetta.

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