According to the latest notification, it is pleased to announce that the special examination of SSC-II and HSSC-II will start from November 27 as the PBCC announced the intermediate Part-II examination today. Therefore, all those applicants who are satisfied with their results will now reappear in the special exams. It’s a golden chance for the inter part-II students to improve their marks. Not only this, applicants who remain absent in Matric and Inter exams have a reservation of 33% marks. In this regard, the Punjab Boards Chairman Committee PBCC has sent suggestions to the Higher Education Department. After reviewing, they finally approved this proposal. Moreover, BISE Gujranwala decided to conduct special exams for only those students who remain absent in annual board papers.
Students who have an objection to less than 33% marks will also give this particular exam. Students who disagree with their annual board papers will reappear in the exam after 15 days of the result declaration. A student who has an objection of their 9th and 11th result will also give special exams within 30 days after the result declaration