Rawalpindi Board Improvement Rules 2022: Board Of Intermediate & Secondary Education Rawalpindi (BISERWP) Improvement Rules 2022. Check new rules for Private and Regular students to improve division/grade/marks for the annual and supplementary examinations.
Improvement Rules for SSC (9th Class and 10th Class)
- If you did not appear in the examination under any circumstances, you must send your admission Forms to improve your Grades. After that, you will be able to appear in the next exam.
If you would like to improve your Grades or Marks, you have only one chance. Students may appear in the examination within two years after passing the Part-II exam. It’s up to the student whether he wishes to take the Part-I exam, Part-II exam, or together (Part-I & Part-II) exam to improve his grade or marks.
If your marks are not improved, the old ones will remain the same. Moreover, such candidates will neither deserve any Grace marks nor scholarship. How candidates will be allowed any charge in opted Part before issuing Roll No. After the issuance of Roll No Slip, he will have to take the exam. of the part that he had mentioned in his Admission form.
A candidate is only allowed to improve their grade /marks in the Secondary School examination only in that Board from which he has passed the Secondary School Exam.
- If a candidate applies for Improvement by sending an admission form and he or she cannot appear in the exam for any reason, then his chance will remain intact to improve his marks. Any candidate who foregoes his Part-I result can appear in the composite exam of Part-I and Part-II. Still, such a candidate will not be eligible to improve his result after passing that exam.
Improvement Rules for HSSC (1st Year & 2nd Year)
Rawalpindi Board Part-wise examination to be held at the end of class 11th will be called Intermediate Part-I, and the examination held at the end of 12th class will be called Intermediate Part-II examination.
- No candidate can appear in the supplementary examination as a fresh candidate. However, this condition will not apply to candidates appearing to improve marks or in additional subjects, provided they are otherwise eligible.
A candidate will be given only one chance to improve division/grade/marks within two years of passing the Part-II examination. It will be up to the candidate to improve either Part-I or Part-II or the parts together (composite). If he fails to improve the Rawalpindi result, his previous result will remain intact. However, a candidate who has passed the examination with grace marks can improve only the Part-In which no grace marks were awarded.
To improve division/grade/marks a candidate will have to appear on the same Board from where he has passed the examination.
Suppose a candidate sends his admission form to improve division/grade/marks but fails to appear in the examination. In that case, his only chance to improve will remain intact provided it is within the prescribed period of two years.