BISE Lahore Announces Date Sheet of SSC Supplementary Examination 2020

  • News Submitted By: Ilm Ki Dunya

  • 28-Oct-2020

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Lahore Board of intermediate and secondary education has announced the date sheet of the SSC supplementary examination 2020. The students are informed to check the date sheet and prepare for the exams accordingly. As per the schedule provided, the exam will be held from 7th November 2020 and will end on 17th November 2020. To accommodate the students the supply exam will be conducted in two sessions such as morning and evening. The morning session will start at 8:30 am while the evening session will start at 1:30 pm. The first paper will of Health & Physical Education (morning) and General Science (evening). 

Announced Promotion Policy

This year the BISE Lahore has promoted all the registered candidates for the SSC annual examination based on the promotion policy. The outbreak of the coronavirus disrupted the examinational schedule of the board. The theoretical exams were conducted but the authorities could not be able to hold the practical examinations. So after the approval of the provincial government, the marks of the practical exams were granted to the students on the basis of their performance in the theoretical exams. Now the BISE Lahore is taking the exam from the students that had been failed in the annual examination of matric. 

Guidelines For Students

  • The students can only give the exam in the examination center mentioned on their roll number slip, so make sure to check it properly to avoid any inconvenience. 
  • It is mandatory for the students to bring the roll number slips along with them to appear in the exam; otherwise, they will be not allowed to sit in the examination hall.
  • The students will not be allowed to keep the cell phone with them during the paper. 
  • The students are recommended to check the date and time of the paper from the announced date sheet. 
  • In case of any query, the students can contact the board officials so that their issues can be resolved. 
  • Moreover, it is also directed to the students to follow the COVID-19 precautionary measures to curb the spread of coronavirus. 




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