Matriculation is a very important examination for the students. It is the first step of a three-step ladder which has many sub-steps in it. The first major step is matriculation examination as, after ten years of rigorous studying, the students appear for the examination. The entire skill level of the students is evaluated in two different halves, one exam is taken at the end of 9th grade and the other in 10th grade. BISE DG Khan has conducted exams for the 10th class in the preceding month. As soon as the examination is conducted successfully, the students keep themselves result awaited. BISE DG Khan Board Matric Result 2020 is scheduled to be released soon. The result is just around the corner.
BISE DG Khan Matric Result 2020
Dera Ghazi Khan was not categorized as one of the major educational centers and was initially managed by BISE Lahore. However, the exponential growth had caused the controlling authority to bifurcate BISE Lahore and it resulted in BISE DG Khan. At the moment, the result is much awaited by the students associated with BISE DG Khan. The board has millions of students associated with it as Okara, Pakpatan and DG Khan are no smaller towns, they are now included among the major cities of Pakistan. The result dates are yet to be made public but sources strongly recommend that the results are going to be published soon. The probable result announcement dates could be between July to September as all the boards will deliver the result on the same day. As soon as the date is finalized and when we reach that date, the result shall be publicized and accessible to all through the official website of BISE DG Khan.
BISE DG Khan was formulated under the West Pakistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Ordinance in 1989. It was an offshoot of the BISE Multan Board depending upon the need of the hour. The jurisdiction areas were too humungous to manage the existing board with a tremendous increase in the number of students and educational institutes. Currently, BISE DG Khan is operated under the Punjab Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act, 1976. The board took its first breath on January 04, 1989 with a camp office established within the building of the BISE Multan Board. However, two years later, the functions were shifted to the city of DG Khan. The board of governors (BOGs) is the decision-makers for BISE DG Khan which includes 15 members.
DG Khan Board Matric Result 2020
BISE DG Khan doesn’t take any grant or scholarship from the government as it is an independent body which generates its own funds. The board awards / withdraws recognition to its affiliated institutes, put forwards the conditions of appointment, grants certificates, result cards, NOCs and promote the use of scholarships. In addition to that, BISE DG Khan fixes and demands fees, make provisions for building, furniture, books and other means required to carry out the business of the board. The operations of BISE DG Khan are managed through various committees and branches. The working committees are date of birth committee, name correction committee, inspection committee, appeal committee, DPC committee, appointment committee, finance committee, scrutiny committee, and auction committee. The branches include establishment, estate, sports, library, audit, finance, enquiry, stores, secrecy, verification, conduct, confidentiality, matric and intermediate branches respectively.
Pakistan has a diverse educational system as it is based not only on one or two systems but is a multi-system with various clichés among it. There are three basic educational systems in the country; Matriculation, Cambridge and Madrassahs. Matriculation is often termed for the ordinary middle and upper-middle classes, whereas, Cambridge has always been the trend for the upper and most elite classes. Lastly, Madrassah education is available in the cities too but is mostly practiced in far off areas as access to other educational avenues is not feasible. Matriculation is studied till 10 grades and a student is graduated into the intermediate level.
In the Cambridge system, the study is divided into ordinary and advanced levels known as O levels and A levels. Students study 13 grades and are then eligible for University studies. Lastly, Madrassah is the most complex system in which there is no standardized course, however, the government is trying hard to improve it. The students of this system first acquire the status of Hifz and then study and pass various levels which are equal to Matriculation level. Once the students pass those, they are eligible for the intermediate study. No matter what the system is studying, the importance of examinations can’t be ignored, therefore, students need to prepare themselves well and secure good marks in the exams.