FSc student gets back 23 marks deducted for overwriting

LAHORE, Oct 10: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Tuesday restored the marks given to a FSc student by a sub-examiner, which had earlier been reduced by the head examiner. Rahima Rashid, daughter of Mirza Abdul Rashid, obtained 857 marks out of 1,100 marks in the 2006 final examination. His father got her biology paper rechecked and found that the head examiner had reduced the marks as she had overwritten the options in the objective part of the paper using a lead pencil. Rashid complained to ombudsman Abdul Rashid Khan that the reduction in marks was illegal. He sought for the restoration of 23 marks. The ombudsman ordered the BISE to resolve the issue. Daily Times

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