BSEK reschedules four papers of SSC exams 2013

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  • 12-Apr-2013

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Karachi, Four papers of Secondary School Certificate Annual Examinations under the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) have been postponed due to some reasons.

BSEK Chairman Mr Fasihuddin clarifies that papers have been postponed because there was hard schedule for failure students of class IX and class X who are supposed to sit in the exams together.

Now the paper of English compulsory (part-1) for class 9th will be organized on April 22, paper of Chemistry (part-II) for class X will now be held on April 23 instead on April 15,  Paper of Pakistan Studies (part-II) will be held on April 24 instead of April 17 and three papers of 10th class, Sindhi compulsory, Sindhi normal course compulsory and Urdu compulsory along with English compulsory (part-I) and Geography of Pakistan for foreign students have also been rescheduled on April 25 instead of April 19.

Moreover, two more cheating cases were caught during a surprise visit to an examination centre in Nazimabad.

BSEK chairman Mr Fasihuddin and Controller Examination Noman Ahmed were on their surprise visit to examination centers and caught the boys red-handed during their surprise visit to the S.M. Public Government Boys Secondary School in Nazimabad. He further said that the cases have been put up against these students and have been forwarded to the board’s unfair means committee but the students will be able to complete the rest of their exams.

The major mission of Karachi Board is to provide progressive education and examination services to the nation. The future of any nation lies mainly on its educational system. Education provides roadmap for development and helps to achieve the desired goals. Therefore, Board of Secondary Education Karachi is determined hard to take steps to get 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.

The Board has the power to organize, regulate, develop and control Intermediate Education. The controlling Authority of the Board is the Governor of Sindh. The Chairman is the principal administrative and academic officer of the Board, while the Secretary has responsibility of the academic and administrative Sector and the Controller of Examinations is the in charge of the Examination Section.


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