Promotion Policy 2021 for All BISE Punjab Boards

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The School Education Department Punjab (SED) recently issued a notification with the details of SSC and HSSC’s revised promotion policy 2021. The announced policy contains all details regarding the awarded marks and additional marks etc. The notification also contains the instructions regarding policy/formula on which candidates will be promoted to the next levels, so read the complete article and update the latest Punjab HSSC and SSC Promotion Policy.

Punjab Promotion Policy for HSSC

  • HSSC Part-II candidates will appear in elective subjects only. However, marks obtained in elective subjects will be given in Compulsory subjects Part-II with 5% additional marks. However, the failed candidates will get 33% marks in the concerned subject. The board will award the same marks in the related subjects of HSSC Part-I. Thus, these instructions are for the students of the following category.

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  • Candidates don’t need to reappear in the HSSC Part-I, as they will get the average marks obtained in the remaining HSSC part-I subjects previously. 
  • For the improvement, candidates will appear in the elective subjects of HSSC part-I only. The average marks in the HSSC part-I elective subjects will be the reflection of the remaining compulsory subjects. 
  • There is no need to apply for the improvement of the compulsory subject.
  • For the additional subject exams, candidates will appear in the relevant subject of HSSC part-II. However, HSSC Part-I marks will be according to the obtained marks in Part-II.
  • IBCC, Nursing, or Languages group students will be examined in all relevant subjects of HSSC. However, the 33% policy is also for those students.
  • Fresh HSSC part-I students will appear in the elective subject of HSSC part-I only. 

Punjab Promotion Policy for SSC

  • SSC Part-II candidates will appear in elective subjects and mathematics only. However, marks obtained in SSC part-II elective subjects will be given in Compulsory subjects Part-II with 5% additional marks. However, the failed candidates of SSC will get 33% marks in the concerned subject. The board will award the same marks in the related subjects of SSC Part-I. 

See Also: Punjab Board Matric (10th Class) Result 2021

  • Candidates don’t need to reappear in the SSC Part-I, as they will get the average marks obtained in the remaining SSC part-I subjects previously. 
  • For the improvement, candidates will appear in the elective subjects and Mathematics of SSC part-I only. The average marks in the SSC part-I elective subjects will reflect the remaining compulsory subjects with additional 5% marks. 
  • There is no need to apply for the improvement of the compulsory subject.
  • For the additional subject exams, candidates will appear in the relevant subject of SSC part-II. However, SSC Part-I marks will be according to the obtained marks in Part-II.
  • O-levels, Shahadatul Sanvia Aama group students will be examined in all relevant subjects of SSC. However, the 33% policy is also for those students.
  • Fresh HSSC part-I students will appear in the elective subject of HSSC part-I only. 

Other than that, there will be no practical exams for the HSSC and SSC this year. So, 50% marks will be based on the theory marks, while the board will award the remaining 50% marks to every student. Thus, to get the complete detail about the HSSC and SSc Promotion Policy, see the official notification given below.

Promotion Policy 2021 for All BISE Punjab Boards

 

Promotion Policy 2021 for Punjab Boards

Promotion Policy 2021

Punjab Promotion Policy 2021

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