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1st Year Civics For Non Muslims Pairing Scheme All Punjab Boards 2021
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If you are studying Civics in lieu of Islamiat compulsory course and looking for 1st Year Civics For Non Muslims paper scheme 2021 then you have come to the right place. Civics is a course that looks into the social aspect of human life; an aspect localized in learning rights and duties as a citizen of Pakistan. Many topics are studied in this course, for example how society and individuals are related, what is the impact of environment on an individual, the different processes of socialization, and rights and duties as a citizen of Pakistan. This course brings awareness among non-Muslim students about their rights under the constitution. To prepare for this course fully students need to incorporate paper schemes into their studies.

Importance of Paper schemes

Students need assessment schemes to fully understand what is expected of them in their exams. Mostly students suffer dire consequences for example poor grades as they are unware of topics that examiners can test on their exams. This is why; using paper scheme can be helpful because it enlists in detail all the topics that may be tested in the exam. It should be noted that no questions are out of syllabus but instead students might have missed learning few topics. Below, attached to this webpage is the latest civics for non muslims 1st year pairing scheme 2021. It is important to add that the paper scheme for all Punjab Boards including Multan Board, Rawalpindi Board, and Sahiwal Board is the same.

Reinforce Concepts

As exams are right around the corner, this is the right time to reinforce previously learned concepts by practicing past papers and revising rigorously. Use the paper scheme to your advantage and use it as a checklist for all the topics you have learned and highlight the topics that you are going to learn in the future. This will motivate you to start your preparation before it’s too late. Remember that you can learning anything; however, learning takes time.