Matric SSC 9th 10th Class Result 2014


    Peshawar, All the students of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are informed here that the SSC Part 1 and Part 2 Result 2014 of all the boards is expected to be published before June 15, 2014. The result can be announced on any date and will be available right at this page. There are total eight educational bodies in KPK and exams of Matric Part 1 and part 2 were commenced at the same time in all the regions of province. So likewise the declaration of result will also be made simultaneously. Once the detailed result will be published it will be uploaded right at this page.
     
     
    Official bodies of BISE Peshawar board while talking to representative of ilmkidunya revealed this news that the KPK Boards 9th Class Result 2014 and 10th Class result 2014  will be declared between June 05 to 15, 2014. The commencement of final exams of class 9th and 10th was made in the month of March and now all the boards are planning to publish the result after taking more than two months duration. 
     
    KPK Boards SSC Result 2014 will be declared on same date. To get the list of toppers and statistics of result of all the boards of KPK keep in touch with ilmkidunya. We will upload the result soon after its declaration.  There are basically eight educational boards functioning in the province and these are BISE Peshawar, BISE Swat, BISE Kohat, BISE Malakand, BISE Abbottabad, BISE Bannu, BISE Mardan and BISE Dera Ismail Khan. 
     
     

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