BIEK announced Class-XI (Commerce group) results
Karachi, Jan 7: Results for the Higher Secondary School Certificate (Part-I), Class XI, Commerce Group (Private and Regular), annual examinations-2009 were announced on Wednesday by the Board of intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK).
The exams of private candidates started from May 06, 2009 and at least nine unfair means cases were reported during and after the examination, BIEK officials said. Meanwhile, the exams of regular were commenced on June 23, 2009 and as many as nine unfair means cases were also reported in this category, they added. According to the result announced, total 5,108 male candidates registered for the examinations and 4,908 appeared while nine results were withheld by the Board. The pass percentage in seven papers was 15.08 per cent, BIEK official also said.
On the other hand, 2,068 female candidates were registered and 1,972 were appeared in the exams, they further said. The Board has withheld five results whereas 29.54 per cent was the pass percentage, they added.
The Board has further said that 739 male and 581 female managed to clear all seven papers. As many as 1,025 male and 402 female had clear six papers while 916 male and 306 female passed five papers each, they said.
Furthermore, 771 male and 252 female had clear four papers, 568 male and 172 female were declared pass in three papers, while, 426 male and 132 female had pass two papers and 320 male and 85 female candidates passed one papers each.
In the regular candidates' category, 20,521 male candidates registered for the examinations and 1994 appeared while the results of 19 students have been withheld by the Board. The pass percentage in seven papers was 29.73 per cent.
Moreover, 13,793 female candidates were registered and 13,500 appeared in the exams whereas seven results were withheld by the authority. The pass percentage in six papers was 51.49 per cent.
The Board has announced that 5,923 male and 6,947 female candidates had managed to clear seven papers and 3,545 male and 2,423 female had clear six papers each. As many as 2,772 male and 1,645 female had pass five papers, 2396 male and 1,077 female students passed four papers, they added.
Meanwhile, 1,902 male and 694 female candidates were declared pass in three papers, 1,639 male and 427 female had clear two papers and 1201 male and 227 female just passed one papers each. The newsYour Comments
Employees want education dept handed back to Sindh govt
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However, they contend that it should be handed back to the provincial government as was practiced in the past.
Presently, except for the universities, schools and colleges were being run under the administration of the district government which could not maintain the old standards, what to say of improving the system.
It was due to these reasons that the leaders of Sindh Employees Alliance - a coalition of Primary Teachers Association, Secondary Teachers Association, Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association, All Pakistan Clerks Association and Lower Staff Union - had demanded restoration of old system, at the earliest.
Haji Safar Memon, Rafiq Jarwar, Yaqoob Chnadio, Asadullah Durrani and Darya Khan Jamali, leaders of their respective bodies reminded the government that it did not hand over the higher education to the district government as it knew of its falling standards and thus the primary and secondary education too, should be handed back to the provincial government.
They were speaking at a reception hosted in honour of the newly elected president of the Government Secondary Teachers Association, Haji Safar Memon.
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Karachi: The Head Master of Government Boys Secondary School Airport Karachi has asked the authorities concerned to take serious action against one of his staff who had allegedly been involved in corruption.
In a letter referred to the Executive District Officer (EDO), Education, Muhammad Ibrahim Kumber, the Principal Idress, has asked to release Abdul Majeed Samo, Sindhi Language Teacher, from the school with immediate effects.
In his letter, the Principal has levelled charges against Samo that the subject specialist teacher was absconding for last two months and so.
Samo is not attending the class due to which the decorum of the school is not maintained in true sprit, he told the authorities.
The authorities concerned have directed Samo to report at the Executive District Officer education's office till further instructions. The news
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