Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen PBCC Announced Unlimited Improvement Chances in BISE Boards Exams. All students in the board classes 9th, 10th and 11th, and 12th have the opportunity to increase their marks by appearing several times at the examinations. Prior to this announcement, there were various guidelines for improvement and the chances of improvement were limited.
Students can now improve their grades, even if they are lower than 50% or more. Additionally, there are no limits to the possibilities of improvement.
PBCC Announced Unlimited Improvement Chances in BISE Boards Exams
The Punjab Boards Committee of Chairpersons at its meeting on the 16th of November, 2022, discussed petition no. 52363/2022, which was filed to Ms. Nafar Fatima versus the Govt of Punjab via agenda item no. 2. It concerns The Marks Improvement policy.
- The disputed notification no 96-SY/PBCC/LHR of 31 March 2022 released by PBCC concerning restrictions on the possibility of improvement, is annulled.
- Students will be able to take advantage of numerous opportunities for improvement of their scores as they would prefer.
- This decision will come into effect starting with the First Annual Examinations, (SSC and HSSC) in 2019.
Unlimited Improvement Chances Official Notification
A candidate who is looking towards getting better marks and grades for SSC or HSSC Exam will be offered the opportunity to take four exams using a current syllabus and an old syllabus within three months after passing the Matric and Inter exams.
Candidates must not be taking any higher education courses in order to increase their marks at this time. Candidates with grades of E or D are given the opportunity to take advantage of four times within three years to improve their marks to the level of a Grade C (50 percent points).
Students will have to provide an affidavit declaring that they are not enrolled in a higher degree program when they appear in examinations for improvement within two years. The exam results and the certificates issued by Board will include the number of attempts that a candidate had.