BISE Faisalabad Board Matric Result 2020

The students spend ten years studying difficult subjects including sciences, arts and humanities. The output of all these ten years is resultant in the matriculation examination. It is one of the most pivotal examinations in the country. This exam is being identified by all, whereas, it is termed differently with all having their correct understanding, for instance, 10th class examination, matric / matriculation examination and secondary school certificate examination. The examination for class 10th was conducted successfully by BISE Faisalabad in the month of March, 2020. Once the exams are completed, the next stage which is most awaited is the result. BISE Faisalabad Board Matric Result 2020 is scheduled to be made public in the month of July. There are certain speculations that it may be further delayed, however, there is a high probability that the result will be made public in between the months of July to September.

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BISE Faisalabad Matric Result 2020

BISE Faisalabad is in discussion with all the other educational boards of Punjab and a mutual agreement has been reached among all the boards. The agreement states that all the educational boards across Punjab shall declare the result jointly on the same day. This is done due to the fact that the Government of Punjab is committed to bringing in standardization and transparency in the educational system across the province. Matriculation result is a key aspect in the lives of not only the students but parents and the educational institutes too. The students and parents are looking for tasting success as their extreme efforts are being put into the examination system.

BISE Faisalabad Board is among the first of its kind for the region of Faisalabad and its adjoining areas. Like all the other boards of Punjab, BISE Faisalabad was also established in the late 1970s’ with taking over some of the jurisdictions of BISE Lahore Board. BISE Faisalabad Board has its jurisdictions over the areas of Faisalabad, Jhang, Toba Tek Singh and Chiniot. The other boards in Punjab are based in Bahawalpur, DG Khan, Gujranwala, Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi, Sahiwal and Sargodha. The other independent setups working in the education sector under Government of Punjab are Punjab Board Committee of Chairman (PBCC), Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF), Higher Education Commission (HEC), National Testing Service (NTS) and Online College Admissions System (OCAS). All of these setups have partnerships with BISE Faisalabad Board.

Faisalabad Board Matric Result 2020

The formulation of the board was approved under an ordinance in 1976 but the operations started in 1988. The first examination was conducted by the BISE Faisalabad Board in 1989 and their scoring ratio has improved to a great extent. The various services that are provided by the board include conducting examination, approving and withdrawing recognitions to the educational institutions, appointing various officers for conducting examinations, granting certificates and diplomas to the successful students, receive fees as deemed appropriate, promoting extra-curricular activities, awarding scholarships, approving the changes in the appointments, board decisions and acts if required. Prof. Dr. Tayybah Shaheen is the Chairperson of BISE Faisalabad Board with leading it effectively. The BISE Faisalabad Board plans to introduce SMS facility for all stakeholders with increasing the use of ICT.

The future is heavily relying on the incorporation of information technology within the education sector. May it be any crisis in the world or a moment of eternal peace, the entire educational sector needs innovation badly. The leading educational countries of the world have transformed their educational systems from the conventional ones. The need for modern times is to either innovate yourself or stand along with the world. The solo flight is not a solution anymore, therefore, students need to take a wise step for learning information technology and use it in their studies as they seem appropriate. The institutes may be late in adopting these practices but students can use it in their own capacity.

Firstly, we encourage the students to learn from available tools on the internet rather than relying on conventional approaches. Rote learning is highly popular in the country, whereas, there is a sea of learning available at internet avenues like Youtube and many other platforms of similar nature. The students shall prepare themselves for the examination and then request their teachers or intelligent students to discuss the preparation through online platforms, such as Zoom, Skype, Google Classrooms, etc. This will encourage the use of ICT in educational settings. Moreover, the educational institutes shall set up an environment using information technology as it can pave the way for a long-awaited digital revolution in Pakistan.

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