ETEA efforts for ensuring fair exams lauded


Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has appreciated the reforms undertaken by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Educational Testing & Evaluation Agency (ETEA) for ensuring transparent and fair examinations being held for admissions in the education sector, employment in various government organization and provision of scholarships adding that the present government believes in introducing reforms at every level in order to ensure efficient services delivery and transparency.

Chairing the 30th meeting of the board of governors of ETEA, Mahmood Khan maintained that sustainability in provision of services is of paramount importance and directed the quarters concerned board of governors to make sure that efficiency and transparency are maintained in future so that the credibility of ETEA remain intact. The meeting was informed that a total of 117 tests were held in the year 2021-22 in which 12,27,170 candidates took part. In comparison only 71 tests were held in the preceding year in which a total of 3,64,163 candidates took part. The increase in number of tests has been made possible due to the reforms which are mostly related with Information Technology sector that have not only ensured transparency but has also increased the capacity of ETEA.

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