'Composite exams reason for low pass percentage'
LAHORE, Aug 4: "Composite examination system is the
main reason for lower percentage of successful students in matriculation
examination," Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) chairman Dr
Muhammad Zakariya Butt said.
Zakariya, who was also a member of the Inter
Board Coordination Committee, said last year the examination was conducted in
par-wise system. He said, "In this system students get more marks as compared to
the composite system." He said last year 40 marks were awarded for objective and
60 marks for subjective, but this year 20 marks for subjective and 80 marks for
objective were included.
He said, "We are trying to introduce composite
examination system, as it is suitable for matriculation students.
the board was trying to improve the education standard of government schools. He
said the board had conducted evaluation of government schools and urged them to
work hard. He said this year the board would focus on government schools to
improve their standards. He said the board had sent notices to institutions that
were not giving good results. He said the board would try to improve education
standards by employing modern policies.
Around one million students took
the matriculation examination across the Punjab and percentage of successful
students was lower as compared to the last year.
candidates took the examination under the Lahore Board. Out of these students
96,393 were declared successful and the pass ratio was 50.25 percent. As
compared to the last year's result the percentage of successful students has
been decreased 9 percent this year as last year the result was 59.5 percent in
the Lahore Board.
Under the Gujranwala Board total 158,027 students took
the examination and 770,078 were declared successful, pass ratio remained 48
percent. 102,347 students took the examination under the Faisalabad Board and
56,160 were declared successful. The pass ratio remained 54.87 percent. Under
the Sargodha Board, 57,474 students took the exam and 28,340 were declared
successful. The pass ratio remained 49.31 percent.
Under the Multan
Board, the pass ratio remained 17.44. Under the Rawalpindi Board the pass ration
remained 48 percent.
Under the Bahawalpur Board, 28,963 out of 53,655
total students were declared successful. The pass ratio remained 53 percent.
Under the Mirpur Board was 47,407 while the candidates who appeared in the
Examination are 45079 and overall successful students ratio was 45.20 percent. Daily times