Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Education Minister Shahram Khan Tarakai on Monday said that all preparations have been completed for smooth holding of classes 9 and 11 examinations starting today (Tuesday) across the province.
“As many as 415,962 candidates would appear in 9th class and 256,234 in 11th class examinations that would continue till August 3, 2021 for which all arrangements were completed,” he said in a series of tweets.
The minister bucked up the students and wished them good luck for the examinations. As many as 415,962 candidates – including 249,239 male and 166,723 female – would appear in 9th grade and 256,234 candidates – including 151,853 male and 104,381 female – in grade 11 would appear in annual examinations.
A total of 86,204 candidates – including 26,780 male and 59,424 female – would appear in 9th grade examination to be conducted by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Peshawar.
Similarly, 54,947 candidates – including 36,889 male and 18058 female – would appear in the said examination under the BISE Malakand, 62,703 including 37,651 male and 25,052 female under the BISE Abbottabad, 71,011 candidates including 45,013 male and 25,998 female by the BISE Mardan.
Likewise, the BISE Bannu would take 9th grade exam from about 27,805 candidates – including 22,182 male and 5,623 female, 42,204 including 30,853 male and 11,351 female by BISE Kohat whereas BISE Swat would test 48,110 candidates including 33,825 male and 14,285 female and DI Khan board would examine abilities of 22,978 candidates including 16046 male and 6932 female.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 27th, 2021.
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