Previously, the matric and intermediate yearly examinations were held, and students have been waiting for the results to be announced by the board officials. Within 48 hours, the Punjab Educational Boards will release the matric and intermediate results for 2021. According to the most recent reports, the Punjab government has received cabinet members’ permission for the student promotion policy, and the procedure is nearly complete. According to reports, all Punjab boards would release the results as soon as the Punjab Higher Education Department (HED) receives clearance from the appropriate authorities. Punjab has nine educational boards, including BISE Lahore, BISE Multan, BISE Rawalpindi, BISE Sargodha, BISE Bahawalpur, BISE DG Khan, BISE Faisalabad, BISE Gujranwala, BISE Board, and BISE Sahiwal, and all of them will publish results at the same time.
SSC and HSSC Results 2021
The Punjab Higher Education Department had already declared that the SSC and HSSC examinations will be held, and the tests were held in accordance with the timetable. Due of the pandemic scenario, the students had only taken examinations in optional areas. The board officials are now working on compiling the matric result 2021 and intermediate result 2021. The annual examinations were held in August, but the results were not released since the promotion policy required permission from the provincial government.
In September, the Inter-Provincial Education Ministers Conference (IPEMC) determined that the average of the optional courses would be used to compute the numbers in obligatory subjects. Furthermore, applicants who fail any courses will be given 33 percent marks so that they might be advanced to the following level. The promotion policy has been established for pupils in the tenth and twelfth grades. The authorities have been waiting for cabinet approval since the decision was made. According to Raja Yassir Humayun Sarfraz, Punjab Minister for Higher Education, the proposal has been accepted by at least half of the Punjab cabinet. He went on to say that all of the educational boards had already produced results, and that when the policy was finalised, the boards will release the matric and intermediate results. As a consequence, it is likely that the Punjab applicants would receive their results shortly.