PBCC To Revise the Existing Paper Pattern


On Thursday, the Punjab Board Chairman Committee (PBCC) chaired a meeting with other educational senior representatives. According to the details, the Punjab Board Chairman Committee (PBCC) decided to change the existing paper pattern to both subjective and objective paper. BISE Bahawalpur issued this notification. They amend the question answers, MCQs, and short question answers according to the International standard of Learning through students learning objectives (SLOs) from Rote Learning to International Learning in the upcoming year 2022 and onwards. According to the PBCC, the weightage of marks i.e MCQS(20%), Short question answers (50%) and long question answers will remain the same in the coming year 2022. It is the finalized paper pattern.

PBCC Latest Paper Pattern:-

Have a look at the detailed paper pattern of the upcoming years issued by the PBCC. The details are as under

CategoryYear Weightage
Knowledge UnderstandingApplication
Phase 1202270%20%10%
Phase 2202350%35%15%
Phase 3202430%50%20%

PBCC To Revise the Existing Paper Pattern

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