Mirpurkhas board announces results of HSC Part II

Mirpurkhas:06 November:The BSEK chairperson also revealed that this year, the number of applications for the scrutiny of examinations has been reduced to half – from 6,000 last year to 3,000 this year. This suggests that the board examinations have gained credibility in the eyes of parents and students, he said.

Sharing the board’s future plans, Dr Saeeduddin disclosed that in the next examinations, the board will reduce the number of examination centres to ensure effective monitoring and vigilance. Moreover, he added, only those schools will be selected as examination centres which have necessary facilities and whose reputation have not been tainted with cheating during the exams.

The BSEK chairperson also informed that he had planned to arrange workshops for senior teachers to promote students’ creativity and discourage the culture of rote learning, which relies on the use of guides and solved papers in preparation for examinations. Seminars inviting prominent educationists would also be held for the guidance of the board officials and teachers, he said.

AIOU announces results of MPhil programme

Dr Saeeduddin claimed that the Karachi matric board had brought systematic changes in its operations, which has drastically improved its services and earned trust of the stakeholders including students, parents, schools’ administration and teachers’ associations. Express News.The news.