Rawalpindi Board Gives Tough Time to Matric Students for Final Exams

Matric Board Exams Punjab. PakistanTribe.Com

RAWALPINDI – The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi has made it compulsory for all students applying for matric exams in 2015 to post the hard copy of registration to its office.

According to the spokesperson of BISE Rawalpindi Umer Cheema this condition will be applicable to both private and regular candidates.

After this condition now students have to first register themselves online and then after the successful registration they need to send a hard copy to the board office.

Earlier, PakistanTribe‘s correspondent reported that thousands of students were left in shock when online registration process for the examination demanded the Form-B’s number.

Form-B is the birth certificate that includes name, father’s name, place and date of birth of a person. This form is often used as official personal ID until a person reaches the age of 18 years to hold the Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC).

Although after the computerization of Form-B issuance process it got a little easier to register with National Database Registration Authority (NADRA) but bribes, counterfeit and other malpractices still mar its standards. Citing these difficulties, the Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif had cancelled the condition of Form-B to get admission in matriculation exams.

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