BSEK awarded 300 scholarships to 10th class students


    Karachi, The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) has awarded scholarships to 300 students of class 10th of several government schools. Out of Rs 15 million students each students has taken Rs 5000 scholarship grant based on merit and poverty. Among the young scholars, 150 are women.
     
    According to Secretary Board Hoor Mazhar the selection of students has been made on their marks in grade 9th and family's monthly income.
     
    BISE Karachi (Board of Intermediate Education Karachi) was set up in 1974 through the Sindh Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education. The main purpose of this Board is to organize, control, improve and control Intermediate Education under its control. BIEK Karachi conducts inter examinations for Karachi region.
     
    The major mission of Karachi Board is to enhance the quality of education and examination services to the nation. Education has the power to develop a way for the establishment of nation and work out to get the set objectives.  Therefore, Board of Secondary Education Karachi is working hard to achieve its goals for the quality of education in the country.
     
    The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi is not only an examining body but is also responsible for maintaining and controlling the standard of education and other activities, which are mainly focused on physical, moral and spiritual development of the college students.
     
     
      
     
     

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