- BSEK has issued mannequin questions papers for sophistication ninth and tenth of the Science Group
- The brand new sample of papers can be carried out below the brand new Nationwide Scheme of Research
- BSEK chairperson says “its an honour for Karachi Board to do this before other boards’
KARACHI: The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Thursday issued model question papers for ninth and tenth grades of Science Group under new the National Scheme of Studies, which will be implemented throughout the country.
This task has been accomplished by BSEK’s Research Section with the support of senior subject teachers from reputed government and private schools.
Before the process, a workshop was also organised in which a number of teachers took part. BESK said the model papers, which are available to be downloaded from the board’s official website, will be applicable to class nine from 2021 and class tenth from 2022.
In an official statement issued on Thursday, BSEK Chairman Professor Syed Sharaf Ali Shah said that it is an “honour for Karachi Board to do that nice process earlier than others.”
Professor Shah defined that in compliance with the brand new Nationwide Scheme of Research, BSEK has elevated the entire numbers of marks for SSC part-I and II from 850 to 1,100 — with 550 marks every for each lessons. Now, examination for every obligatory topic/course can be unfold over two years (class 9 and ten).
The Chairman mentioned that the issuance of those mannequin query papers would assist lecturers and college students higher put together for the approaching annual examinations.
BSEK’s Director Analysis, Hoor Mazhar, mentioned that below the second section of the scheme, the mannequin papers for the Common Group can be ready and issued quickly. From 2021, class ninth’s syllabus for Science Group would come with English too.
“From 2021 and onwards, the annual examinations would be held under this new policy on the pattern of these model question papers, while SSC part-II exam-2021 would be held on the existing pattern,” Mazhar mentioned.