Lahore Matric suppl exams results 2010
Matric result announced: 46.93pc clear
Lahore, Jan 01: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education on Friday declared results of the secondary school certificate
(supplementary) examination for 2010 showing 46.93 pass percentage.
As many as 32,388 candidates appeared in the examination out of whom 15,201 candidates were declared successful.
According to a gender-wise break-up, 20,467 boys appeared in the
examination out of whom 8,691 candidates passed with a pass percentage
of 42.46. At least 11,921 girls appeared in the examination out of whom
6,510 candidates passed with a pass percentage of 54.61.
The preamble to a result notification said that 15 candidates secured
A+ grade, 52 got A grade, 419 B grade, 4,857 C grade, 9,252 D grade and
563 candidates got E grade.
The candidates against whose roll numbers and names, abbreviations of
certain subject(s) have been mentioned, have failed in these subject(s)
and are eligible to re-appear in the failing subject(s) till the
secondary school certificate (supplementary) examination for 2011.
The candidates intending to apply for re-checking of their papers may
apply on the prescribed Performa within 15 days of the declaration of
The candidates intending to improve their grades or marks are allowed
to appear in any subject(s) or Part-I or Part-II or both parts with one
examination opportunity within one year of passing the relevant
examination in the same group/subjects in prevalent syllabus.
But, the notification said, it was compulsory to appear in the subject(s) qualified under concessional marks for improvement.
SSC: The board has announced that the secondary school certificate
(annual) examination for 2011 will begin from March 11, 2011. The
candidates can submit admission forms with single fee till Jan 8, with
double fee till Jan 22 and with triple fee till Jan 31. Dawn
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PPSC report shows decline in education standard Pass percentage in exams 4.23pc
Lahore: The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC), the premier recruitment agency
of the province, highlighting the substandard performance of candidates
appearing for different competitive examinations has exposed
ever-declining standard of education.
According to the PPSC
Annual Report 2009, presented in the Punjab Assembly during here on
Friday, the overall pass percentage of the competitive exams conducted
by the commission in 2009 was just 4.23 percent.
It was observed
that most of the candidates performed poorly in subjects of English,
Islamic Studies and General Knowledge while a large number of candidates
performed quite poorly in the subject of Pakistan Studies with failure
rate exceeding 50 percent.
"The results reflect lack of interest
and basic understanding of the candidates despite the fact the subject
is taught at all levels up to graduation," reads the report.
per the report, 5,009 candidates appeared against a total number of
1,041 posts, including 35 meant for female candidates. However, only 397
candidates qualified out of which 55 were female and only 212
candidates, including 38 females, were finally recommended for
appointment while 829 posts remained unfilled.
According to the
break-up, 135 candidates appeared for 35 posts of Female Civil
Judges-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17) out of which only 11 qualified
while the pass percentage remained 8.14. As many as six of them were
finally selected and thus 29 posts remained unfilled.
A total of
177 appeared for 54 posts of Deputy Districts Attorneys (BS-18) out of
which only 17 qualified and the pass percentage remained 9.60. However,
only eight candidates were finally selected, thus 46 posts remained
For the 646 posts of Assistant District Public
Prosecutors (BPS-17), a total of 3,754 candidates appeared in the exam
out of which only 46 qualified, thus the pass percentage was just 4.83.
All those who had qualified were selected while 600 posts remained
Similarly, a total of 746 candidates appeared for 99
posts of Civil Judges-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17), out of which
only 190 qualified and the pass percentage remained 25.47.
the Combined Competitive Examination (BPS-17/16) for 207 posts of PMS,
Tehsildars and Excise & Taxation Officers, etc, a total of 2,999
candidates appeared in the exam, out of which only 133 qualified with
overall pass percentage of 4.43. Out of them, 94 candidates were finally
selected while 113 posts remained unfilled.
It was observed in
the report that the high rate of failure was evident of the fact the
candidates relied on crammed material instead of consulting and going
through the original sources. The report also attributed the poor
performance of the candidates to falling standards of teaching in
educational institutions, especially owing to the dearth of competent
The PPSC also highlighted the need to persuade
and attract good candidates to public service, observing that the newly
emerging disciplines were pulling away a sizeable number of intelligent
candidates to other professions. "This trend has a great deal to do
with salary package, sense of security and esteem in the society which
is associated with a certain category of jobs and professions," said the
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Reference filed against PUCIT ex-principal
Lahore: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Punjab on Friday filed a reference
against Dr. Majid Naeem, Ex-Principal, Punjab University College of
Information Technology, in an accountability court on the charge of
misappropriation of Rs. 2797,850 through misuse of authority.
investigation was initiated by the NAB Punjab on a complaint filed by
Registrar University of the Punjab, Lahore. Investigation revealed that
the accused while posted as Principal of Punjab University College of
Information Technology withdrew Rs. 2797,850 from the university funds
without approval of the competent authority. Evidence collected during
the investigation established that in order to complete his nefarious
designs, the accused converted the money entrusted to him for his
personal use by illegal means thus committing the offence of corruption
as defined in NAO 1999. The news
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