BISE Peshawar conducts the 12th class examination every year for the registered students and later on announces the result. The students of the affiliated area fulfill the requirements of the registration and enrolled themselves for the exams. Later on, the board issues the examination schedule of students of all the groups that include science, arts, and computer science and declared the result accordingly. The candidates prepare for the exam accordingly but this year due to the spread of the coronavirus pandemic BISE Peshawar canceled the annual examination of 12th class and afterward the competent authority announced to opt the promotion policy for the students to save the academic year of the students as result cannot be pronounced.
Result Updates: Promotion of 12th class students by BISE Peshawar
As per the policy, the students of the 12th class will be promoted based on their performance in the examination of the 11th class. Moreover, 3% extra marks will be provided to the students according to the promotion criteria devised for the students. Similarly, the students who failed in more than 40% of subjects will also be granted the passing marks and will be promoted to the next grade.
Peshwar Board Official Site
Peshawar Board of Intermediate and Secondary education
Peshawar board of intermediate and secondary education is one of the leading boards of KPK and responsible to regulate and organize the annual examination and declares result every year. Thousands of students registered to appear in the exams conducted by the BISE Peshawar and then wait for the result announcement by board authorities. There are many areas that come under the jurisdiction of this board and are mentioned below.
Special exam Policy for 12th class
Special exam policy for the 12th class the special exam will be conducted from September to November and the students can appear in these exams to improve their grades. Moreover, the candidates can visit the official website of board www.bisepeshawar.com to learn more about the updates regarding the special exams.