KP govt decides to recheck papers of high-scoring college students

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) authorities decides to recheck papers of high-scoring college students.
  • KP govt takes discover, varieties eight-member committee to probe matter associated to high-scoring college students. 
  • A scholar of a non-public college clinched the highest place by securing 1,100 marks out of 1,100 in Mardan.
  • Committee may even examine the present and former outcomes of the high-scoring college students.

PESHAWAR: In a bid to make sure transparency within the outcomes, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) authorities has determined to recheck papers of high-scoring college students of matric and intermediate within the province.

The choice got here after a scholar of a non-public college clinched the highest place and managed to acquire 1,100 marks out of 1,100 within the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Training (BISE) Mardan. The board declared the outcomes of the grade 10 and 12 examinations on Tuesday.

Two different candidates of the identical board shared the second place by bagging 1,098 marks out of 1,100. The outcomes rang alarm bells amongst college students and authorities officers alike.

The provincial authorities took discover of the problem and fashioned an eight-member committee to probe the matter, mentioned a declaration issued by the schooling division.

Papers of scholars who scored over 1,090 marks in matric and inter will likely be rechecked, learn the assertion.

The committee may even examine the present and former outcomes of high-scoring college students. The probe committee may even assessment the usual of paper checking as per the academic boards’ coverage.

Lady will get 1,100 marks to set uncommon file

Earlier on September 22, the BISE Mardan held a ceremony to offer away awards to college students who had secured positions. Commendation certificates and money prizes have been distributed amongst them. A scholar, Qandeel, topped the BISE Mardan by scoring 1,100 marks out of 1,100.

Sharjeel Ahmad, Farhan Naseem and Mohammad Bilal Haider shared second place by bagging 1,098 marks out of 1,100. In the meantime, the BISE Bannu additionally introduced outcomes of the matriculation and intermediate examinations.

Muzdalfa Bibi and Ali Mohammad Khan secured the highest place within the board by getting 1,094 marks out of 1,100. Hafsa Gul acquired 1,080 marks and secured the highest place within the intermediate exams. 

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