BBISE Announces Result Of Intermediate Part-II Annual Exam Of 2020
Faizan Hashmi Published August 19, 2020 | 11:31 PM
Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) Wednesday announced the annual results of Intermediate Part-II 2020 on Wednesday
QUETTA, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 19th Aug, 2020 ) :Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE) Wednesday announced the annual results of Intermediate Part-II 2020 on Wednesday.
A student of Balochistan Residential College (BRC) Loralai, Najibullah son of Amir Mohammad grabbed the first position in the province by obtaining 1057 marks while another student of the same college Muhibullah son of Abdul Hadi secured the second position by obtaining 1055 marks. Temeer-i-Nau Public College Quetta's Mushtaq Hussain, the BRC Loralai's Muhammad Haroon, and Qudratullah bagged the third position with equal marks 1053.
BBISE Chairman Prof. Muhammad Yousuf Baloch said this while announcing the result of FSc/FA.
Controller Examinations Shaukat Sarpara was also present in the ceremony of the result.
He said this announcement of results has been compiled with utmost care and diligence and even in the exceptional circumstances of COVID-19 on the board.
The staff of the department worked day and night for timely compilation of results so that the year of students would not be wasted, he said.
He said that DMCs of announced results would be uploaded on the official website of the board by today.
He also congratulated the entire team of the boards for ensuring the in time announcement of results which was important for the future of the students.
On this occasion, the controller examinations said there were 2084 candidates who had given applications for cancelation their previous results, saying that the board was once again giving a chance to such candidates to get their previous results after submitting their affidavits.
He said that a special examination of 1130 candidates would be conducted.
BBISE Chairman Prof. Yousuf Baloch said that we have been trying our best to save the precious academic year of the students.