Students suffer as BSEK fails to rectify results
Karachi, Aug 4: Another instance of negligence by the Board of Secondary
Education Karachi (BSEK) surfaced when Komal, a minority student, bearing Roll
No 733932 of Crescent Grammar School, Ramswami, was declared as absent from her
Islamiat paper while the Ethics paper, in which she appeared, was
Similar cases were also reported from DHA schools when a candidate
belonging to a religious minority was declared to have passed the Islamiat paper
while the column of the Ethics paper was left blank.
The board officials
tried to play down these blunders, calling them 'human errors'. Numerous
complaints have been lodged with various newspaper offices since the result of
SSC Part-II was declared by BSEK. The board has closed all four of its counters
set up to rectify the errors that occurred under a computerised
The board officials claim that cases received so far pertaining
to rectification of 'human errors' in the results of SSC Part-II (Class-X)
Science group, have been entertained and amicably resolved resulting in no
unpleasant incident reported from any quarter. This, however, is not the case.
On Friday too, students swarmed the Board Office
with serious errors in their results. Most of the minority students were
declared passed or failed in Islamiat in lieu of Ethics.
the former Controller of Examination Salim Khan was removed from the office just
four months ago, when the authorities levelled serious charges of malpractice
and corruption against him.
The post of controller of examination is
still lying vacant and the annual examinations were held under the supervision
of an acting controller of examination. When we tried to contact the
Secretary BESK, Asif Pasha and Chairman BESK, Brig Shafiullah Qureshi, for
comments, niether was available. The news
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City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan