Admin

Are pensionary benefits given to retiring employees of the Board?

Yes, as per policy of the Board.

How can some one get a job in BISE, Multan.

As and when vacant posts are advertised, interesting candidates  may apply for job and after undergoing through prescribed procedure, candidates are selected on merit for any kind of job in BISE, Multan.

Is Board inviting applications for vacant posts?

The vacant posts will be advertised in the Press after uplifting of Ban by the Govt.

Is there any type of vacant post in BISE, Multan?

Some posts are vacant but there is ban on recruitment

What is the tenure of deputation post?

Three years

Whether appointments are made on contract or permanent basis?

Appointments in BISE, Multan are made on Contract basis as per Govt. policy.

Whether women / disabled quota is observed in BISE, Multan.

Yes, 15% women quota and 3% disabled quota is properly observed as per policy of the Punjab Govt.

Which are deputation posts?

Chairman, Secretary, Controller of Examinations, Audit Officer & DPE are the posts filled by the deputationists.

Who can apply for a deputation post?

Secretary Education (HED) i.e. School Department, DMS & CSS Cadre Officers can apply for these posts.

Campus

All Contractors can work in Multan Boards?

Only enlisted and approved contractor of Board.

What are the rules of construction?

Board follow the construction rules of Board 2012 & 13 Reference to Calendar at the website of Board.    

What is Campus Branch?

Maintenance & Annual Development of Board is done by campus branch.

What is method of payment of consutruction?

Payment is done by recommenation from Campus construction committee & approval of Chairman Board up to 2 million & above 2 million approval from the governing body of the Board.

Which Contractor can be enlisted in the Board?

Only Govt. contractors who have latest enlistment/ Registered in any Govt. Department. They can be enlisted in Board after paying the enlistment fee as per their category.

Conduct

For which class the helper should be for the blind and disable student?

The helper should be in lower class than that.

I have missed my practical slip please tell me the procedure for duplicate?

Duplicate practical slip will be issued after paying the fees and submitting the application.

Public ask about the helper for the blind and disable students?

Disable student must provide the medical certificate for disable, issued by the medical board and provide the   Medical Certificate issued by the medical superintendent to the board.

Supervisory Staff ask how many pages are of the answer book of theory and practical in SSC?

There are 24 pages of theory in black colour and 02 pages for practical in red colour. Further in inter 32 pages in theory in blue color and 04 pages in practical in black colour.

Supervisory staff ask when will you send the duty forms to the institutions?

We will send duty forms timely.

The candidate asks that I have missed my practical. Please guide to appear in the next Batch?

Please provide the paid Bank Challan and the permission of the authority.

We submitted duty forms for the examinations duty but we have not yet received duty orders?

Order has been sent online please check your orders on board website after putting your identity Card No and Password.

What is the method for new examination centres?

Till 30th Otober is the date to submit the application for new Examination Centres.

What is the procedure of New Practical Lab?

Office will inspect the lab and the permission will be granted by the authority for new lab.

Finance

At what rate Income Tax & Sales Tax is deducted from the payments of teachers etc.?

Deduction is being made as per notification of the federal / provincial Govt. Relevant Notifications is available below.

Federal Levies
Income Tax:
In case of salaried as per slabs
On supplies @ 4% (6% non-filer) for Company & @ 4.5% (6.5% non-filer) (for others) exceeding R.S 25000/- in a finanacial year.

For Services @ 8% filer (12% non-filer) for Company & @10% filer (15% non-filer) for others exceeding R.S 10000/- with in a financial year.

For Contracts @ 7% for Company and @7.5% for others 10% in case of n0n-filer.

(Sec. 153 ITO, 2001 as amended)

General Sales Tax:

@17% of all the items are sales taxed except for example, mentioned in sixth schedule to the Sales taxt Act, 1990.

@19% From the non-registered supplier @ Zero rated sale taxed items. (Sec. 4 of STO, 1990)

Deduction of 1/5th of sales tax at source 1/10th from Distributors and whole sellers.

Deduction at full rates i.e. @17% from non-registered by Withholding Agent (Govt. Dept., Autonomous Body, public sector Org.) otherwise 19%.

Specified Goods are only taxed at manufacturer level (Special withholding Rules / 2007)

How the beneficiaries can receive their cheques/ payments? (Share the mode of payment)

There are two mode of release of payments i.e. one through cheques and other through online system. All those who have provided complete/correct 14 digits bank account number, payment is transferred in their accounts, rest of them through cheques.

Kindly share the rates of examination fee?

The rates of examination fee (S.S.C./H.S.S.C) annual/supply are available at Fee Structure Menu.

 

Let me know the mechanism of refund of fee.

In correct/irrelevant fee deposited in the Board’s account can be refunded to the claimant after the deduction of 25%. Moreover, fee deposited for rechecking of the scripts is also refunded, if any mistake is found during the rechecking process, with the deduction of cheque/excise duty charges.

May I know the detail of scholarships for SSC/ HSSC examination?

The Board releases following scholarships to the students of SSC/HSSC:

AT SSC LEVEL

Sr. No. Name of Scholarship No. of Scholarships Resident Non resident Purchase of Books
1 Hijri (General merit) (M + F)

30 + 10

Rs. 500/- Rs.300/- Rs.1000/-
2 National Talent Scholarship for all groups As per pass % Rs. 2500/- Rs.1500/- Rs.3000/-
3 Hafiz-e-Quran (M + F)

06 + 02

Rs.360/- Rs.180/- Rs.300/-
4 Teacher’s Sons/Daughters (M + F)

06 + 02

Rs.360/- Rs.180/- Rs.300/-
5 Math Scholarship 10 Rs.500/- Rs.300/- Rs.1000/-
6 Sir EP Moon 10 Rs.250/- p.m.
7 Board employee’s sons/Daughter 10 Rs.1000/- Rs.600/- Rs.1000/-

 AT INTERMEDIATE LEVEL

Sr. No. Name of Scholarship No. of Scholarships Resident Non resident Purchase of Books
1- National Talent Scholarship for all groups All position holders Rs.5000/- Rs.2500/- Rs.6000/-
2- Board employee’s son/daughters 10 Rs.1000/- Rs.600/- Rs.1000/-
What are the rates of remuneration of marking staff for SSC/HSSC Exam.

The prevailing rates of remunerations for marking staff for SSC/HSSC (Annual/ Supply) exam are as under:-

 

Sr. # Assignment of marking staff Remuneration
1. Moqeem Nazir Rs.300/- per day/   Rs.15000/- maximum
2. Supervisor Rs.900/- per day
3. Supervisor (Super Checkers) Rs.900/- per day
4. Head Examiner Rs.30/- per Copy for SSC

Rs.35/- per copy for HSSC

Rs.300/- supervision fee per examiner per part, test installment 10 copies per part, per examiner and 20% rechecking of total copies of per part/per examiner for SSC/ HSSC.

5. Sub Examiner Rs.30/- per Copy for SSC

Rs.35/- per copy for HSSC

6. Sub Examiner/ Single examiner Rs.500/- lump sum in case of evaluation of 16 copies or less for SSC. Rs.500/- lump sum in case of evaluation of 14 copies for HSSC.
7. Assistant to Head Examiner. Rs.2.00 per copy.
8. Super Checker Rs. 700/- + Rs. 50/- (Refreshment) for 200 copies per day.
9. Coordinator

(Marking)

Rs.1500/- per day (150) copies per day.
10. Attendant Rs.150/- per working day.
11. Security Guard, Waterman & Sweeper Rs.150/- per working day.
12. Paper Setter (Coordinator) Rs. 1200/- per working day.

 

What are the rates of remunerations of Supervisory Staff for SSC/HSSC exam?

The prevailing rates of remunerations for supervisor staff for SSC/HSSC (Annual/ Supply) exams are as under:-

Sr. # Assignment of supervisory staff Single Session Double session

1.

Superintendent Rs.900/- Rs.1300/-

2.

Dy. Superintendent Rs.700/- Rs.1000

3.

Invigilator Rs.550/- Rs.700/-

4.

Security Guard Rs.300/-

per working day

 

5.

Daftri Rs.100/- pwd  

6.

Waterman Rs.150/- Rs.200/-

7.

Sweeper Rs.200/- Rs.300/-

8.

Sitting Arranger Rs.500/- lumpsum  

 

Note:  The Superintendent will also be entitled to receive other payments such as stationary charges/corse cloth amounting to Rs.500/-, conveyance allowance Rs.150/- (double session) & Rs.100/- (single session), postal charges (on production of original receipts) and Ice charges with Rs.6/- per k.g. etc. (the above mentioned rates will be enforced w.e.f. SSC / HSSC Annual 2017 to onward.

What are the rates of T.A/ D.A. and kindly inform about the payments of D.Is, Mobile Inspector and Mobile Squad?

The Board has adopted T.A/ D rules / rates of the Govt. of the Punjab.  However, the rate/s of TA/DA as per scale is as under

BPS Special Ordinary
1 to 4 500 310
5 to 11 550 390
12 to 16 900 700
17 to 18 1600 1250
19 to 20 2050 1550
21 2500 1750
22 3000 1750

Note:  The special rates of daily allowance will be admissible at (1) Hyderabad, (2) Karachi, (3) Islamabad, (4) Lahore, (5) Faisalabad, (6) Multan, (7) Peshawar, (8) Quetta, (9) Rawalpindi (10) Muzaffarabad & (11) Mirpur A&J Kashmir.

 The rates pertaining to D.Is, Mobile Inspector etc. are as under:-

  1. Distributing Inspector (D.I.) (theory) for SSC/HSSC examination (Annual/Supply) Rs.700/- single session and Rs.1000/- double session but it should not be exceeded to Rs.15000/- for Annual & Rs.13000/- for Supply exam.
  2. Distributing Inspector (Practical) Rs.6000/- for SSC and Rs.7000/- for HSSC.
  3. Mobile Inspector/Squad. Rs.500/- for single session and Rs.800/- for double session but it should not be exceeded to Rs.15000/- for annual examination and Rs.12000/- for Supplementary examination.
  4. Conveyance allowance of Member Board, Rs 600/- + Rs.900/- (Single /Double) but it should not be exceeded to Rs.15000/-

 

 

Matric

A candidate who has taken the 9th class examination and get above 33% marks or less and want to appear in 9th class examination again, he/she can do so?

Yes.

  1. No institution will be permitted to demote those students who got less than 33 % marks in Part-I (9th class) examination. However, the candidates obtaining more than 33% marks or less than 33% marks in subject/s can get re-admission in Part-I (9th class) within (15) days after declaration of result either in same group/combination or any changed group/combination. Such candidates can get re-admission after depositing re-admission fee (as fixed by the Board) either in the same institution or in any other institution Provided that admission should be within the schedule issued by the Board.[

However, the pass candidate will get re-admission after getting cancellation of his/her result from the Board submitting an undertaking on stamp paper that he / she never appeared in 10th class.  He/she will not be entitled for the position at any stage.  Position will be the right of those students who admitted first time in the institution.Moreover re-admission opportunity will be given only once in his /her academic session.

  1. If a Private candidate who appeared in Part-I (9th Class) Examination and obtained less than 33 % marks in any subject/s or remained absent in that part will be allowed to re-appear in Part-I(9th class) Examination in any group at any time provided he did not appear / absent in Part-II (10th Class) Examination.
  2. Furthermore, if a regular /private candidate who passed his Part-I (9th Class) Examination and did not appear in Part-II Examination beyond the period of two years such candidates will be allowed to re-appear in Part-I (9th Class) Examinations as a private
    • If a candidate of Part-I (9th Class) could not participate in the examination after the issuance of Roll Number Slip, he will have to appear in both Parts, Part-I (9th Class) & Part-II (10th Class) examination.
    • A candidate who could not appear in the examination owing to some unavoidable circumstances after sending admission form & those who want to improve their grades or marks will be able to appear in the forthcoming examination.
    • If a regular candidate appeared in Part-I (9th Class) and cannot continue his/her studies due to unavoidable circumstances, he/she can appear in private capacity in Part-II (10th Class) examination if otherwise eligible.
  3. In case of any hardship (unavoidable situation), a candidate can apply for cancellation of any of his/her paper within ten days after the termination of theory examination of Part-II. His/her result of Part-I and right to appear in Part-II will remain intact, in this situation.
How many chance are available for grant of Secondary School Certificate and what is the condition for re-appear.

To qualify for the grant of Secondary School Certificate examination a candidate shall be provided with maximum of four consecutive opportunities which will commence from and include the examination in which a candidate appears for the first time provided that the candidate must pass in at least six out of eight subjects in order to be eligible to reappear in the failing/left over subjects, in the second, third and fourth attempt.

How many groups at SSC level?

There are two Groups i.e Science and Arts

How the regular and Private candidate submit his/her admission form
  1. Regular Student submit his/her admission form and prescribed fee to the Head of Institution and the Head of institution is responsible to send this admission form to the office of the Board through Online system and also submit hard copies of this form and bank challan together after attesting the admission form along with recent photograph of the candidate within such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman. The candidate should mentioned his /her “Bay form” number if the candidate has no “Bay Form” then the his/her father/mother/guardian’s  will put CNIC number will put in place of “Bay form” while submitting online admission forms.
  2. Private Student submit his/her admission form through Online and also submit hard copy of admission form along with the bank challan of the prescribed fee to the Board (Via Bank) together after pasting the recent photograph on the admission form by such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman with the following certificates signed by an authorized person:
    • Of possessing a good moral Character:
    • Of having paid the prescribed fees to the Board.
    • Of belonging to, or residing in, an area falling within the territorial limits of the Board.
    • Of not simultaneously being a candidate for any examination to be held by this or any other Board or University:
    • Of not having been on the rolls of any institution recognized by this or any other Board or university at any time after 30th June of the year preceding the Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination,  and 31st December of year preceding the SSC Supplementary Examination and (previous Rule) provided that the Chairman may allow such a candidate to appear as a private Candidate on the request of Head of Institution two months prior to the commencement of Examination with sound justification for disallowing him to appear as regular candidate of that institution if otherwise eligible.
    • the minimum age of candidate for 9th class shall be deemed as 13 years on 1st August of the year in which he /she will appear in the SSC (Part-I) Examination and 14 years on 1st August of the year in which he /she will appear in the SSC (Part-II) Examination
    • Of having completed the Nazira’ Quran khawani
  • Affix required copies of his recent photograph  and thumb impression duly attested by the person who signs the certificates mentioned in the foregoing rules provided that a Private candidate shall not be eligible to appear in Science Group of the SSC Examination unless he/she has:-
    • Appeared in the examination in all such subjects which contain Practicals i.e. Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer Science etc previously and failed
    • Any candidate can appear in Science Group or other Subjects having Practicals as Private if the Govt. allows and there is no need of any certificate regarding Practical.
    • The Private candidate should mentioned his /her “Bay form” while submitted his/her online admission form if the candidate has no “Bay form” number then the Attesting Officer/father/ mother/ guardian will put his/her own CNIC number in place of “Bay form”
    • Private candidates will be permitted to appear either in Part-I (9th Class) only or in Part-I & Part-II at the same time.
  • The following persons shall be authorized to sign/attest the certificate mentioned in 1.2:-
    • Head of the affiliated High/ Higher Secondary Schools or his/her nominee not below the rank of Grade 17, as under :-
      • In case of regular candidates Head of the concerned High/ Higher Secondary Schools or his/her nominee not below the rank of Grade17.
      • In case of Private candidates Headmaster / Headmistress or his/her nominee not below the rank of Grade 17 of the station proposed as examination centre or from the nearest institution within the jurisdiction of the Tehsil Headquarter. Principal of Higher Secondary School or his/her nominee not below the rank of Grade 17 of the station proposed as examination centre or from the nearest institution within the jurisdiction of Tehsil Headquarter. Three copies of his/her specimen signatures will be supplied to the Board’s office for record.
      • Commanding Officers in case of military personnel.
      • Superintendent jail in case of prisoners.
      • Member Board
    • The authority attesting the admission form shall be required to:-
      • Certify that the photo and admission form of the same person has been attested and name of the candidate has been written on photographs.
      • Put his full signature on the photograph and admission form of the candidate.
      • Certify that the candidate has mentioned his/ her mark of Identification in the admission form.
How the regular candidate appear in matric (9th class) examination?

In order to be eligible to appear in the Part-I (9th class) Secondary School Certificate Examination, a Regular Candidate must have:

  • Passed, not less than one year previously, the 8thClass Examination or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto:
  • Enrolled in an institution for at least one academic years preceding the examination in the concerned Board;
  • Paid the prescribed enrolment fee to the Board at the time of his/her admission in Classes IX through the Institutions.
  • Have affixed required copies of his recent photograph and thumb impression attested by the person who signs the certificates mentioned in the rules.
  • Submitted his/her admission form and prescribed fee to the Head of Institution and the Head of institution is responsible to send these admission forms to the office of the Board through Online system and also submit hard copies of these forms and bank challans together after attesting the admissions form along with recent photographs of the candidates within such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman. The candidate should mention his /her “Bay form” number if the candidate has no “Bay” then the his/her father/mother/guardian’s will put CNIC number will put in place of “Bay form” while submitting online admission forms. The Head of Institution also sign the following certificates:
    • Of possessing good moral character:
    • Of having completed at least 75 % of the attendances.
How the regular candidate appear in matric (9th class) examination?

In order to be eligible to appear in the Part-II (10th class) Secondary School Certificate Examination, a Regular Candidate must have:

  • Taken the Part-I (Class IX) Examination at least  one year previously;
  • Got promoted to Class X, not less than one academic year previously;
  • Have affixed required copies of his recent photograph and thumb impression attested by the person who signs the certificates mentioned in the rules.
  • Submitted his/her admission form and prescribed fee to the Head of Institution and the Head of institution is responsible to send this admission form to the office of the Board through Online system and also submit hard copies of this form and bank challan together after attesting the admission form along with recent photograph of the candidate within such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman. The candidate should mentioned his /her “Bay form” number if the candidate has no “Bay” then the his/her father/mother/guardian’s  will put CNIC number will put in place of “Bay form” while submitting online admission forms. The Head of Institution will also sign the following certificates:
    • Of possessing good moral character:
    • Of having completed at least 75 % of the attendances;
    • the minimum age of a  candidate of 10th   class is 14 years on 1st August of the year in which he /she will appear in the SSC (Part-II) Examination
    • Of having satisfactorily performed the class assignments and the home task during his stay in the Secondary Classes and
    • Of having devoted at least 72 hours to manual work and Civil Defence Training
If a candidate appeared in 9th class examination and left the study due to any reason and cannot appear in 10th class examination then how many years his /her result remain intact.
  1. If a regular candidate appeared in Part-I (9th Class) and cannot continue his/her studies due to unavoidable circumstances, he/she can appear in private capacity in Part-II (10th Class) examination if otherwise eligible.
  2. If a regular /private candidate who passed his Part-I (9th Class) Examination and did not appear in Part-II Examination beyond the period of two years such candidates will be allowed to re-appear in Part-I (9th Class) Examinations as a private candidate.
If a candidate cannot succeeded to improve the Marks than what is the status of his/her previous result.

His/her previous result remains intact.

If a candidate mistakenly mentioned wrong subject/paper on the admission form then what is remedy?

A candidate who appeared in Part-I Examination and got less than 33% marks in Paper/s and wants to appear in these papers alongwith Part-II (10th  class) Examination, even after the submission of admission form, he may be allowed on the request made on simple paper at least 30 days before the commencement of examination with a fee of Rs.1000.

  1. A candidate who appeared in Part-I Examination and got less than 33% marks in Paper/s or allowed to re-appear in Part-II/Composite but mentioned full paper/s of Part-I and Part-II/ Composite in the admission form, will also be permitted to appear in his failing subjects only, if otherwise eligible, on his request which should reach the office at least 30 days before the commencement of examination and thereafter, following fee would be levied, if the request for change of option is received:-
  • Within less than 30 days before the commencement of examination. 2000/-
  • After the commencement of examination, 20 days before the declaration of the result. RS. 2500/
If a candidate not received result card what can he/she do?

He/she can get new result card within stipulated period as fixed by the office from time to time.

If a candidate wants to clear some subject as additional what is the procedure?

A candidate who has qualified for the grant of the Secondary School Certificate may appear on prescribed fee and form in any subsequent examination, in a subject or subjects not offered by him previously before taking higher Examination in the same Board or any other Board. Such a candidate shall, on passing in the relevant subject/s be granted a certificate to that effect i.e. additional subject/s. Moreover if the candidate appeared in more than one subject he/she must pass all the subjects. Provided that on qualifying an additional subject/s will not be allowed to improve the marks.

What is the age limit for 9th class examination?

The minimum age of  a  candidate of 9th class is 13 years on 1st August of the year in which he /she will appear in the SSC (Part-I) Examination.

What is the procedure for receipt of Marks Improve certificate?

After return previous original certificate, he/she can received Marks improve certificate.

What is the procedure of Marks improvement?

The candidates of the following categories who passed the SSC Examination: are entitled to improve the aggregate of marks in one opportunity in the parent Board by reappearing as a private candidate within a period of two year of passing the said Exam.

  1. As per rule for the purpose of improvement of division or grade or marks a candidate who has passed the SSC (Part-II) Examination will be provided with one examination opportunity in current / prevalent syllabus within a period of two years in same subject/ group in which he /she has previously passed the examination. It will be discretion of a candidate whether he/ she appears for improvement of marks as a whole or in Part-I or in Part-II or in subject/ subjects. However if he/she appears for improvement of marks in the subject/subjects he/she will be bound to take both paper i.e. Part-I & Part-II. In the paper consisting of theory and practical improvement of marks shall be determined on the basis of total marks after obtaining requisite pass marks in each component separately, whereas on improvement of marks in other papers improved result shall be issued. In case a candidate fails to improve his/ her division or grade or marks, his/her previous result will remain intact.

Explanation

  1. If a candidate appears in whole part for improvement of grade/marks and obtains higher marks than his / her previous examination, his/her grade stands improved despite of that he / she obtains less marks than the previous in one or more papers.
  2. If a candidate appears in subject/s, he/she is bound to appear in both parts of that subject/s. In case he /she obtains more marks in this subject ( paper Part-I + Paper Part-II) than previous marks in the same subjects will fall in the category of improvement and if he/she obtains less marks will fall in the category of not improved and his/ her previous status in this subject will remain intact.
  3. If a candidate appears in more subjects for improvement, and gets more marks in one subject and fails to get more marks in other subjects, then the subject in which he/she got more marks than previous will be considered improved in that subject only while his/her previous marks will remain intact in the subjects in which he/she fails to improve.
  4. If a candidate appeared in more than one subjects and remained absent in one subject while the other subjects improved then he will be awarded improved marks in those subjects in which he/she improved and the old marks will be given in the subject in which he/she did not appear.
    • A candidate, after passing his /her Part-I (9th Class) Examination, could improve his/her marks of Part-I(9th Class) Examination along with Part-II Examination. For this purpose he/she will be bound to forgo his/her Part-I result after depositing of prescribe fee @. In such a case, no further examination opportunity will be given to him/her improving his/her marks.
    • A candidate who has passed the examination by taking the benefit of concessional marks in any subject/s, and wants to improve the marks in part-I or Part-II or subject, he /she will have to appear in the subject/s in which he has earned the concessional marks.
    • Candidates appearing under category (21.1) or (21.2) if successful in improving the aggregate of marks shall be granted a new certificate on surrendering his previous certificate for cancellation. The chance available to the candidate for improvement of marks in category (21.1) or (21.2) will be considered consumed when he physically appears in the examination whether in one or more papers. A candidate who fails to improve his marks shall retain his original certificate. More over those candidates who passed two subjects through any Board at SSC/HSSC level after passing the CGE “O” & “A” level Examinations extended this facility to the candidates of Sanvia Amma/Saniva Khassa/Al-Suna Sharqia Examinations.

What is the procedure to get corrected spelling of name /father’s name or addition/deletion of caste, Hafiz, Haji e.t.c
  1. If a candidate appears in an examination and the office has issued the certificate according to his last admission form or otherwise i.e with wrong Spelling of name or father’s name and the candidate accepted these spelling then, these particulars/bio-data of the candidate will be considered as final for further examination. If, he wants any substantial change, then he will apply according to the rules.
  2. If there will be a leap year or month of 31 days and the provided record not help to consider the correct date of birth, then the month of February will be considered 28 days and April, June, September, and November will be counted as 30 days for the entry of correct date of birth otherwise the correction will be made according to the rules.
  3. If there is difference between figures & words of date of birth, name, father’s name, surname in Urdu and English version and the column of the admission forms regarding to the date of birth, name, father’s name, surname cannot be filled in properly then the date of birth, name, father’s name, surname will be corrected according to the record of Registration Return in case of regular student and previous school/Board record/Municipal Record in case of private candidate.
  4. The original record with attested copies from the concerned authority will be provided by the candidate for necessary correction.
  5. If there is cutting in the High School Record, and the committee is not satisfied, then the candidate will be required to provide the Middle/Primary School Record.
What is the rule regarding cancellation of solved script?
  1. If a candidate desired to cancel his/her Answer sheet, then he /she is required to  cross the answer sheet in the examination centre and submit an application to the centre superintendent in this regard without any fee. If he/she did not do so then his/ her answer sheet would be evaluated and marks will intact. The Centre Superintendent will sand such Answer Sheet as stray to Chief Secrecy Officer.
  2. If the Answer Sheet was crossed partially i.e. one or two question then the Answer Sheet would be got evaluated and the crossed portion will not be treated as cancelled. However, after the termination of  examination if any candidate  is not satisfied with his efficiency and he wants to get his answer sheet cancelled then he is desired to submit an application with prescribed fee Rs.100/- per paper within 10 days after the termination of concerned examination (Practical /theory Part-I/Part-II) provided that he/ she is eligible. Moreover in case of cancellation of paper theory or Practical he /she has to appear in both the papers i.e. theory & Practical.
What reasons cease to detain roll number slip/result?
  1. In case of minor discrepancies/deficiencies such as No Objection Certificate from other Board’s Candidate. Practical Certificates, Attendance Certificate incomplete Attestation of Admission form, one Photo and certificate of Passing the Secondary School Certificate Examination from other Boards wanting, the Chairman at his discretion may permit to issue the Roll Number slips to such candidates on provisional basis but their results shall not be declared unless they fulfill the required formalities. Conditions and if they are found in eligible, their candidature & the result as the case may be would be cancelled by the Chairman.
  2. The Roll No. Slips of fee defaulters may not be issued unless the required fee is paid by them.
  3. If the Roll No. Slips of a candidate is not issued by the office on account of non-payment of outstanding fee or any other discrepancy and he/she appears in the Board’s Examination in any way, his/her result will be cancelled by the Chairman considering it his/her unlawful appearance in the examination.
Whether a candidate can appear as fresh candidate in supplementary examination.

No. Only those candidates can appear in supplementary examination who were failed as a whole in Annual Examination or failed in one or two subjects or during the examination an unfair means case was registered against them and their punishment completed in Annual Examination.

Whether a candidate can change his/her any subject/group after submission of admission form?

Yes. A candidate can change his/her subject/s and group up to 30 days before the commencement of examination.

Whether a candidate can opt two languages at SSC level

No.

Whether a private candidate can appear in SSC Part-I and Part-II Examination

Yes. Private candidate will be permitted to appear either in Part-I (9th Class) only or in Part-I & Part-II at the same time. However if the private candidate will be appeared under Part System then all the rules of Part system will be applicable on him/her.

Whether allotted examination centre can be changed?
  1. Yes only in two way.Candidates may be permitted to change the examination centre under the following circumstances.
    • If the candidate or his father or his guardian has been transferred. The fact of transfer shall be certified by the Head of the Office in which the candidate or his father or his guardian is employed:
    • If the candidate or his father or guardian changes the place of business or shifts to another station, this fact shall be certified by a Gazetted Officer, no lower than the rank of a Magistrate II Class.
  2. An application for a change of centre shall be made on prescribed form and shall be submitted through the person signing an admission form. If he is not available, it would come through a Gazetted Officer not below the rank of a Magistrate II Class.
  3. In case of male candidates, the application must be accompanied by two copies of the candidate’s photograph bearing the Candidate’s signature in full duly attested on the back by the Officer through whom the admission form was sent.
  4. An application for change of centre shall ordinarily be entertained up to 30 days before the commencement of the examination and the Controller of Examinations will pass necessary orders with the approval of the Chairman. Provided that in no case, the Examination Centre shall be changed after the approval of the List of the Superintendents.

Secrecy

How a candidate apply for rechecking?

After the declaration of result a candidate may apply for rechecking within the 15 days, after depositing the prescribed fee in HBL. (Online or Manually).

How can we get model papers?

All model papers are available at Board’s website, under info desk menu.

How can we get Syllabus?

The Syllabus (photocopy) may be achieved from Secrecy Branch.

Is there any type of Assessment Scheme available for the students?

No, assessment scheme is not prepared for any type of examination by the office.