99.76 pc pass the SSC Part I exam of FBISE


Islamabad: The Federal Council for Middle and Secondary Education (FBISE) announced on Tuesday the result of the 2021 Annual High School Certificate Examination (SSC-1). 11, 3720 passed the exams.

The successful candidate rate was 99.76 percent.

According to the Federal Council, the results gazette was published subject to errors and omissions, as an opinion only.

The Commission reserves the right to rectify errors or omissions in the result at any time.

Every precaution has been taken to ensure accuracy and correctness.

However, if an error or omission is noted, the Board can be immediately informed of the actions necessary to remedy it.

The Council is not responsible for any omissions or printing errors, etc. when announcing this result.

FBISE has stated that failed / absent applicants are eligible to sit for the 2nd Annual Exam 2021, if they are otherwise eligible.

Candidates who wish to improve their SSC-I results may also reappear at the 2nd Annual Exam 2021. The results cards of regular candidates have been sent as PDF files to the directors of their respective institutions and to those of ex / private candidates at the within countries were sent to the cell not indicated by them in their admission forms and those of overseas applicants were sent to the head of the institutions from which they applied.

The soft images of the results cards for the Gilgit-Baltistan and Skardu students were on par with the students shown above.

This year, sixteen (16) cases of unfair means (NMI) were reported.

A judicious procedure was adopted to decide the cases and a personal hearing was allowed to all those concerned.

All the cases have been decided and the notification on the decisions taken in the cases is placed at the end of the gazette. All applicants whose result was retained due to lack of fees / eligibility, etc.

However, the result of some candidates has been indicated as RL (subsequent result) which will be declared once the requirements are met by the candidates / jury, he added.


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