Higher Secondary School (HSC) examinations are known as intermediate exams in the country. The students attempting the examination and then passing it out successfully qualifies for obtaining the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSCC). The examinations conduction and the issuance of certificates are done by the various educational boards. These boards are governed through Punjab Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act, 1978. BISE Rawalpindi is one of these boards that are monitored by the government of Punjab. It follows a rigorous process of examination each year, with following it religiously. The conduction of these exams has then resulted in BISE Rawalpindi Board Inter Result 2020. The results are a byproduct of the examination system in the country.
BISE Rawalpindi Inter Result 2020
The conduction of exams is the input level of the entire examination system, the output is in the shape of results that have not been announced yet. The conduction of examinations is pivotal for the announcement of results. BISE Rawalpindi has announced on its website that any statement regarding the result is not to be believed as they don’t want any sort of confusion to creep in. Few of the board officials have agreed through various sources that BISE Rawalpindi is planning to announce the results declaration date without any further delays. All the educational boards are in discussion with one another and are looking forward to announcing a jointly agreed plan of action. The execution and approval of plan are dependent on certain factors but BISE Rawalpindi is trying hard to facilitate the students and institutes associated with it.
BISE Rawalpindi was among the first bifurcations within the newly established boards. Earlier it had been managed by two different educational boards until it got its own separate control. Firstly, it was managed by BISE Lahore from 1955 to 1968. Later on, it was managed by BISE Sargodha and then in 1988, BISE Rawalpindi was established. The board has its jurisdictions over Attock, Chakwal, Jhelum and Rawalpindi. These are very closely associated areas with the capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad, but it has its own separate Federal Board. BISE Rawalpindi provides various functions to its stakeholders. The range of services include primarily the conduct of exams, then registration of students, issuance and attestation of certificates, NOCs, approving and withdrawing recognitions with entertaining migration and rechecking requests.
Rawalpindi Board Inter Result 2020
In addition to all the services, the board also provides an application tracking system. There are very few boards that are using ICT, however, all the boards plan to introduce it within their system. BISE Rawalpindi is among one of those boards that are actively using ICT into their operations. It has also given an online portal to its employees for the purpose of attendance and other routine service requests. BISE Rawalpindi is headed by an experienced academician, Prof. Dr. Ghulam Dastgeer as Chairman of the board. He also heads the Board of Governors (BOGs) meetings. The board for the first time took a step of establishing control rooms in 2020. These control rooms were established to monitor and report any inappropriate practices related to the conduct of 10th grade’s exams. The same model is being advocated for the Examinations to be followed for every year.
Pakistan is a country of diverse nature with the existence of various cultures, languages, religions, castes and colors. All have different customs, traditions and histories. Despite their differences in every sphere of life, yet they are accepted as nationals and live their lives with adjusting by one another. Likewise, the educational systems are multidimensional in the country. Sadly, they are labeled with a specific class but it is more associated with the cost one has to pay for its acquisition than the social class itself. Matriculation, Cambridge and lastly, the Madrassah system is the main education settings in the country. The topmost social class with a small proportion of upper-middle-class prefers to acquire Cambridge education. The people in rural areas or where there is a lack of access to other educational avenues promotes studying in madrassahs. Lastly, all other people of lower social class or middle class prefer to study in Matriculation system.
The income levels of people determine the selection of the system, as Cambridge is the most financially expensive system followed by Matriculation and then Madrassahs. Hence, the class system has been associated with the educational systems of the country. Educational systems do differ from one another. The system in Cambridge is based on studying O levels and A levels which is termed as ordinary level studies and advanced level studies. In the madrassah system, the students are required to achieve certain levels and then get an equivalence certificate. Lastly, matriculation is based on two major board examinations. Firstly, at the matriculation level and second at the intermediate level. Nevertheless, the outcome of all these educational settings is University Education, which is the same for all irrespective of class, system, or any other criterion or characteristics.