Read the article below to find out more about the SSC Annual Examinations and how the Rawalpindi division is playing a role in making this happen.
General Information about the SSC exams
The Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examinations will begin in the Rawalpindi division on Tuesday, May 5th. A total of 225,603 candidates will appear in the exams at 592 examination centers.
During the exams, strict measures will be taken to ensure the safety of all candidates and staff. Candidates will be required to wear masks and maintain social distancing while entering and exiting exam centers. Temperatures will also be checked before candidates are allowed to enter the exam hall.
The SSC exams are important for students as they determine whether or not they will be able to move on to the next stage of their education. Candidates are therefore advised to prepare well for the exams and to follow all safety measures put in place by the government.
Schedule for the Rawalpindi division
The SSC Annual Examinations will begin in the Rawalpindi division on Tuesday, May 14. The examinations will be held at various centers in the Rawalpindi division. The timings of the examinations will be from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.
This year, a total of 28,837 candidates will appear in the SSC Annual Examinations in the Rawalpindi division. Out of these, 14,435 are male and 14,402 are female candidates.
The SSC Annual Examinations are held every year for students who have completed their secondary education. These examinations are conducted by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi.
Scenarios of SSC exam centers in Rawalpindi
A total of 1,69,972 candidates will be appearing in the examinations at these centers. Of these candidates, 1,03,369 are male and 66,603 are female.
The examinations will be held in two shifts: morning and afternoon. The morning shift will begin at 9:00am and end at 12:00pm, while the afternoon shift will begin at 2:00pm and end at 5:00pm.
All candidates must bring their own stationary to the examination center. They will also be required to bring a valid photo ID card with them. Candidates who do not bring a valid photo ID card will not be allowed to enter the examination center.
List of examination subjects and their weighting
There will be a total of nine papers in the SSC Annual Examinations, including English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Pakistan Studies, Urdu, Islamiyat and General Knowledge. The English paper will carry the most weight at 30%, followed by Mathematics at 20%. Each of the remaining papers will be worth 10%.
Rules and regulations associated with examinations
The SSC Annual Examinations will begin in the Rawalpindi division on Tuesday, May 28th. Here are some important rules and regulations that are associated with these examinations:
– All students must bring their own examination materials, including pencils, erasers, rulers, etc.
– No food or drink is allowed in the examination room.
– Complete silence must be maintained during the examination.
– Students are not allowed to leave the examination room during the test.
– Cheating of any kind will not be tolerated and will lead to disciplinary action.
These are just a few of the most important rules and regulations associated with the SSC Annual Examinations. All students are expected to abide by these rules in order to ensure a fair and successful examination process.
The SSC annual examinations will begin in the Rawalpindi division on Tuesday, May 8, as per a notification issued by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi.
The board has also notified that the examinations will be held in two shifts – morning and evening. The morning shift will begin at 9 am while the evening shift will start at 2 pm.
A total of 33,203 candidates will appear in the examinations from the Rawalpindi division. Of these, 18,872 are male and 14,331 are female candidates.
The exams will be held at 193 examination centres in the division. BISE Rawalpindi has also set up a control room to monitor the smooth conduct of examinations.