PBCC Class-IX results 2011
Class-IX results date not decided
Lahore, Aug 04: The Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC) is yet
to decide final date for the declaration of Class-IX results.
Thousands of students are anxiously waiting for the declaration of their
Class-IX results and the PBCC's indecisiveness is adding to their concerns.
Meanwhile, a number of students and their parents visited the Lahore BISE
offices with various complaints. Many students also approached the board offices
claiming that they were expecting higher marks, while the result was altogether
In such cases, BISE controller of examinations Prof Manzur-ul-Hassan Niazi
said the examiners had posted the marks obtained manually but they did not fill
the "bubble award" to be read by optical readers for computerised compilation of
results.He said the other complaints were about 'Result Late' (RL) cases. He
said several RL cases were cleared, which were because of non-payment of fees,
after the payment of requisite fees. He said some RL cases were because of
non-verification of old
posting of those candidates, who had passed their
Class-IX examination from some other boards.
Stating that the board had set-up special counters for the rectification of
candidates' complaints, the controller claimed that only 53 complaints were
received on the first day and were rectified. He said all prospective complaints
would be rectified till Friday (tomorrow).
The controller of examinations said that the matriculation supplementary examination for 2011 will begin from Sept
The last date for submission of admission forms with single fee is Aug 22.
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14 institutes post zero percentage
Lahore: As many as 14 public and private schools, including
six special education institutions, have shown zero per cent results as none of
the candidates got through the matriculation annual examination for 2011.
The preamble to the result notification shows that Government Girls High
School, Mochi Gate, Lahore, sent admission of one regular candidate, who failed
in the exam. As many as six candidates appeared from City District Government
Boys High School, Salamatpura, Lahore, but none of them could pass.
The Government High School, Chiragh Din Wala, Kasur, sent admission of one
candidate, who could not qualify the examination. Similarly, two candidates
appeared from Government High School, Rattay Ka, Okara, and failed. From
Government High School, Patherwali, Nankana Sahib, seven candidates appeared and
As many as nine candidates appeared from New Muslim Public Girls High School,
Street No 2, Khokhar Town, Bund Road, Lahore, and failed in the examination.
From Saint Mathews Cambridge High School for Girls, 287-Sikandar Block, Allama
Iqbal Town, two candidates appeared and failed. One student appeared from Lahore
Presentation Convent School for Boys, 86-E, Gulberg-III, Lahore, and failed.
In special education institutions, the Government Deaf & Defective
Hearing High School for Boys, Gulberg-II, Lahore; Government Deaf &
Defective Hearing High School for Girls, Rajgarh Road, Lahore; Government
Central High School for the Deaf, 40-T Gung Mahal, Gulberg-II, Lahore, and
Government Secondary School of Special Education for Hearing Impaired, Okara,
sent admission of 27, 18, 10 and nine students, respectively, and all
The Hamza Foundation Academy for the Deaf, 5-H, Gulberg-III, Lahore; and
Shalimar Special Education Centre 45-B-II, M.A. Johar Town, Lahore; sent
admission of 32 and 12 candidates but all failed in the examination. Dawn
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Plan to expand schools programme
Lahore: The Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has finalised all arrangements to expand its
Foundation Assisted Schools (FAS) programme in seven new districts to
accommodate the poor students by providing them free quality education in their
This was stated by PEF Chairman Raja Muhammad Anwar while
presiding over a departmental meeting of the Programme Directors and Project
Officers to review the pace of expansion of educational programmes at the PEF
Board Room on Wednesday.
Raja Anwar said the PEF was rapidly making
inroads into the new districts where it would provide quality educational
facilities through interventions like Education Voucher Scheme, Foundation
Assisted Schools and the New Schools Programme.
He said that along with
its successful coverage in 29 districts, now the FAS programme was going to be
launched in seven new districts including Khanewal, Sahiwal, Toba Tek Singh,
Faisalabad, Hafizabad, Gujranwala and Kasur.
During the meeting, various
proposals also came under discussion about accessing to the out of school
children by motivating the NGOs, media, local ulema and the teaching community
to sensitise the elders of the poor families to send their children to schools. The news
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