Punjab Examination Commission’s Centralized System abolished

RAWALPINDI, (NNI): Taking strict notice of complaints regarding mistakes in the results of Class-5 and Class-8 annual Board Examinations, the government has abolished the Punjab Examination Commission’s Centralized System.

Now the responsibility of holding the annual Board examinations of 5th and 8th classes have been assigned to Executive District Officer (EDO) Education from February 2015.

However, the Punjab Examination Commission will remain intact but the annual Board papers of both the classes would be prepared at the district level and their marking would also be done under the supervision of EDOs.

The admission forms of these two examinations will be received at the end of October or in the first week of November.

While Class-5 Board examinations will be held in the first week of February 2015 and 8th class examinations will be organized in the second week of February.

The teachers’ organizations welcomed government’s decision of abolishing Centralized System and said that in future there would be no errors in the results of both examinations.

 

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