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The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has issued a directive requiring all power distribution companies to ensure a consistent and uninterrupted power supply during the national exam period. This move comes in response to concerns about potential disruptions affecting students’ academic performance.

NEPRA’s notice explicitly prohibits any form of load shedding during national examinations. The aim is to prevent any adverse impact on students by maintaining uninterrupted power supply throughout the exam period. NEPRA communicated these instructions to all electric distribution companies, stressing the critical importance of reliable electricity supply during this crucial time.

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NEPRA has warned that failure to comply with these directives will result in regulatory action being taken against the distribution companies. In a statement, NEPRA highlighted instances where load shedding during exam sessions has significantly disrupted students, particularly during their exam papers.

The authority’s stance underscores its commitment to ensuring a conducive environment for students during national exams by ensuring the uninterrupted availability of electricity.

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