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02 February, 2021 Views 44

FBISE Notifies The Schedule Of Annual SSC and HSSC Exams

The Federal Board of intermediate and secondary education has notified the students about the schedule of annual SSC and HSSC exams. The candidates are informed to check the provided schedule and prepare for the board exams accordingly. As per the board officials, the matric annual exams 2021 and intermediate annual exams 2021 will be commenced from 20th May 2021 and 10th June 2021 respectively. FBISE has further added that this year no practical exams will be conducted for the SSC and HSSC students and the marks of the practical exams will be awarded to the students based on the promotion policy 2020. The federal education minister Shafqat Mahmood has also announced to hold the annual exams of matric and intermediate in the month of May-June. 

Submission of Admission Form

The federal board has issued the online admission schedule for the students of matric and the intermediate. The candidates are required to follow the schedule and submit the admission form within the due date. The last date for the submission of admission forms with a single fee for SSC and HSSC is 8th February 2021 and 15th February 2021 respectively. The forms received after the deadline will not be accepted by the board authorities. After the last date, the candidates have to pay the additional admission fee along with the admission form. 

Paper Pattern Of Annual Exams

The candidates are informed that there will be no change in the paper pattern and the board exams will be commenced according to the previous pattern. There will be no MCQs type exam and the paper will be based on the subjective and objective portion. For the objective part, the OMR sheets will be provided to the students. The candidates appearing in the different categories such as fresh, failure, improvement, or in an additional Subject at the SSC and HSSC levels annual examinations 2021 have to prepare for the exams as per the reduced syllabus approved by the federal board of intermediate and secondary education.