Special Exam Roll No Slip & Date Sheet & Result 2023
Special Exam Policy 2022 according to the latest notification, special matriculation and intermediate examinations will start on November 27. Because the Punjab board Chairman Committee today announced the intermediate examinations. Therefore, all students who are not satisfied with their results will be able to retake the exams. For Inter Part 2 students, you have a golden opportunity to improve your numbers.
Not only this, the students who failed and were absent from Matriculation and Intermediate passed with 33% marks. After the approval of the Punjab Board Chairman Committee, it has been decided to take special examinations only for those students who are absent from the annual papers. Students who object to less than 30% marks can also take part in special examinations.
Students who are not satisfied with the results of their annual papers should also appear for the examinations fifteen days after the announcement of the results. Students who object to the results of Matric Part-I and Intermediate Part-I can also take part in the special examinations days after the results.
Can improvers appear in special exams This is a golden opportunity for students who want to improve their marks. They can take part in the special exams of 2022. Students who have already taken the exam to improve their marks cannot appear in the special examinations of 2022.
Subjects and Syllables of Special Exam
It should be clear to all students that special examinations will be conducted for elective subjects only addition, and a smart curriculum will be implemented. It should be clear to all students who are taking special exams that if they appear to improve in a single subject if the student scores higher than the previous exams, then the full results should be reviewedCompulsory subjects are calculated based on the number of optional subjects.
Schedule for Submission of Admissions Form
The admission fee for regular candidates and private candidates is 1500. And the fee that has appeared in the annual examinations for the improvement of marks and grades is 1700/
All candidates of 2022 Intermediate Part One and Part Two who were not admitted to the annual examinations or were canceled For some reason are eligible to take the annual intermediate exams. Candidates for 2022 Intermediate Part One and Part who are registered and submitted the admission form but are absent for any reason will also be eligible to take the second test. Candidates who want to increase their marks after passing the Intermediate Part-II examination can also give papers in the subjects of their choice.
Candidates who have been absent due to coronavirus positive in Intermediate Part One and Part Two. They will also be able to appear in the exam paper after submitting the coronavirus report. For candidates participating in the Second Annual Intermediate, There will be no practical test.
Submission of Admissions Form
Candidates must submit the admission form online on the official website of the Federal Board.No student of Intermediate Part One and Part Two will have to submit a print or hard copy to the institution. Documents to be attached to the entry form should include a fee copy and a certified copy of the permit from the board if required. And a certified copy of the Certificate of Equality issued by the Board in case of foreign qualification.
After downloading the copy of the challan form from the official site of the board, you can submit it to any HBL branch. The rules and policies related to the syllabus, and subjects as notified for the Intermediate Part-1 annual examinations 2022 should be applicable to intermediate part-2 Annual examinations 2022.
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