- Matriculation and intermediate exams to be held in Could and June
- IBCC agrees to start out SSC exams within the final week of Could
- Assembly decides to carry exams on identical sample, rejects MCQs suggestion
The Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) has determined to carry matriculation and intermediate examination within the “same paper pattern”.
Throughout a gathering on January 11, the IBCC agreed that the earlier paper sample can be adopted as they rejected the suggestion to carry A number of Selection Questions-based (MCQs) examinations.
Based on the minutes of the assembly, the assembly determined to carry Board of Secondary Schooling and Greater Secondary College Certificates exams in Could and June, respectively.
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“It was agreed that last week of May could be ideal date for commencement of SSC Examinations,” the minutes revealed.
Furthermore, the assembly agreed through the ongoing state of affairs the outcomes can be introduced in August.
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“The Chairman IBCC raised several questions and concerns with regards to the timely announcement of the results as the marking of the question papers takes around three months with the current paper pattern, however, the members still felt that they will be able to announce the results by end of August 2021,” based on the minutes.