Saturday , September 18 2021

BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 Chairman PBCC

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Punjab Bise boards has announced the BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 for the annual examination. Now all the boards will follow the new education policy. It is announced that like Intermediate now all categories of Matric will give the exam of only selective subjects (اختیاری مضامین). The students will get the marks from elective subjects so the same marks will be count for elective subjects.

BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 Chairman PBCC

This is Matric New policy 2021 approved for SSC and HSSC annual exams. Students of matric 9th and 10th Intermediate exam 11th and 12th will give annual exams of just selective subjects. A student who fails in any elective subject will be considered to fail until he does not clear the compartment. BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 New rule note and share to other students of Punjab Bise Boards.

Punjab Boards BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021

If you want more information and guidance about this SSC new policy so just visit the Bise Fsd board website. Govt of the Punjab Sectary Higher Education Lahore has announced the BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 New Rules for Matric and Intermediate exams.

BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021

Chairman Board committee has announced that like Intermediate now all categories of Matric will give the exam of only selective subjects (اختیاری مضامین). The students will get the marks from elective subjects so the same marks will be count for elective subjects.

Chair PBCC has said that if anyone has an issue or problem with the SSC new policy for exam so he should write a statement to the chairman PBCC. Within 30 days he will be replied and the answer will be followed passed by the chairman. She said more visit Faisalabad board website for more information at www.biswfsd.edu.pk.

Professor Doctor Tayyaba Sheheen has announced the announced BISE Matric Exam Policy 2021 New Rules and Policy. She said practical exams will not be held for 9th 10th 11th and 12th classes. 50 percent marks will be considered equal to all students and the other 50 % practical marks will be considered gotten from theory exams.