Fee Notification for Annual Exam 2010 Overseas

Posted by 18 January, 2010 (0) Comment

Fee Notification for Annual Examination 2010 (for Overseas)

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(1) Science/Humanities/Commerce/Medical Tech. Group (For regular students)

US $ 80/-

US $ 80/-

US $ 160/-

(2) Science/Humanities/Commerce/Medical Tech. Group (For ex/private students)

US $ 85/-

US $ 85/-

US $ 170/-

(3) Additional subject(s) /IBCC Cases



US $ 170/-

(4) Improvement of Marks/Grade

US $ 110/-

US $ 110/-

US $ 195/-

(5) Registration Fee

(For Private Candidates)



US $ 50/-

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Age relaxation to Hafiz-i-Quran during admission

Posted by 17 January, 2010 (0) Comment

n pursuance of Curriculum Wing’s letter No.F.3-4/2000-IE-IV, dated 08.08.2002, it is notified for information of all concerned that the Government of Pakistan, Ministry of Education, has decided to relax age limit by three years for admission to Hafiz-e-Quran in educational and professional institutions of the country. The decision/ instructions may be complied with in letter and spirit please.

Source: fbise.edu.pk news and updates

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FBISE Revised Improvement of Grade Marks Policy

Posted by 17 January, 2010 (0) Comment

FBISE Revised Improvement of Grade Marks Policy


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No.FBISE/SSC/CE/2007/446                                                            Dated   24th July 2007


It is notified for the general information of all concerned that a facility of improving grade/marks is being extended to the candidates by allowing them to appear in upto two subjects/papers of their choice and at the same time retaining the earlier policy of keeping the option open for the candidates to appear in Part-I or Part-II or in both the parts/entire examination within one year of passing relevant examination.

2.                     This supercedes previous notification No.FBISE/CE/2007/373 dated 17th February 2007 and shall come into effect from the date of declaration of results of the SSC and HSSC annual examinations 2007.




All Affiliated Institutions.

Copy to:

  1. JS (Admn), Ministry of Education, Islamabad.
  2. The Director (Monitoring & Evaluation Cell), Ministry of Education, Islamabad.
  3. All Chairmen, BISEs in Pakistan.
  4. The Director General, FDE, G-9/4, Islamabad.
  5. The Director of Education, Directorate of Education, FGEI (C&G), Sir Syed Road, Rawalpindi Cantt.
  6. The Director of Eduction, Naval Education Services, NHQ, Islamabad.
  7. The Secretary IBCC, Islamabad.
  8. The Director of Education, Fauji Foundation Complex, Rawalpindi Cantt.
  9. The Director, Army Public School & College System, Army Central Library, GHQ, Rawalpindi.

10.  All GSOs-I of (C/G) Regional Offices.

11.  The Director Education, Directorate of Education, PAF Rear Air HQs, Peshawar.

12.  The Director Education, Overseas Pakistani Foundation, G-5, Islamabad.

13.  The Editor, Daily Leading News Papers of Rawalpindi/Islamabad.

14.  PA to Chairman and Secretary FBISE, Islamabad.

15.  Officer Incharge, Sub Office, Gilgit, NAs.

16.  Officer Incharge Web site.

Note: All above text is copyright by FBISE FBISE.EDU.PK  Islamabad

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FBISE SSC Part-I composite result

Posted by 10 July, 2008 (0) Comment

Islamabad, July 10, 2008: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) would announce result of Secondary School Certificate Annual (Composite) Examination, 2008 on Monday. While result of SSC Part-I would be announced on Saturday, July 19.

The result will be available on the Board’s Website at www.fbise.edu.pk and telephone number 9250651, 9250666 and 9250608.

In addition, the result will also be available on SMS unified code 5050.

The candidates will be required to send SMS in the following format. FB[ roll number].

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FBISE allow re-appear for Physics paper

Posted by 7 May, 2008 (0) Comment

Islamabad: Students who appeared in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) have been given the option of either re-appear in the physics paper or to remain content with marks they would obtain in the previous paper, a senior official of the FBISE said on Tuesday.

The physics paper was declared out-of-course by both teachers and students. They raised a lot of hue and cry and asked the FBISE to conduct the paper again.

The press release issued by the FBISE regarding re-examination of physics paper of class 10th was not clear whether there was any option for those students who were satisfied with the paper not to opt for re-examination. Students were confused about the status of those who did not want to appear in the physics paper again, which has been rescheduled for May 16.

Muzafar-ul-Hassan, controller examination at the FBISE, said that the education board has not penalised students. If any student does not want to reappear in the physics paper for class 10th scheduled for May 16, the marks obtained in the previous paper would be counted in his or her result. He said that it was not mandatory for every student to appear in the physics paper as the FBISE has not cancelled the paper.

“The FBISE has facilitated students and announced holding of examination at all centres throughout the country. Every student has an option to reappear in the paper,” said the controller examination. He added “Those students who would not reappear in the physics paper will not be marked absent and their marks would be counted from the paper in which they had already appeared.”

Source: The News, May 07, 2008

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New model question papers for SSC and HSSC exams

Posted by 29 November, 2007 (1) Comment

ISLAMABAD: Education Secretary Jahangir Bashar said on Wednesday that building character of youth as well as the future generations through education required the highest sense of responsibility, impeccable integrity, and unremitting devotion on the part of all stakeholders, namely parents, teachers and students.

Addressing the 23rd medal and prize distribution ceremony of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), he urged students to try and sustain their endeavours in order to advance their educational career in accordance with the international standards.

Bashar appreciated the FBISE’s continuing interest in improving the educational system and its efforts to formulate new model question papers for the SSC and HSSC annual examinations on the pattern of ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels through different types of studies and cooperation with Edexcel International, UK. The government, conscious of the emerging challenges at schools and colleges, has stressed the need for comprehensive teacher training and education, he added.

Speaking on the occasion, FBISE Chairman Commodore (r) Muhammad S Shamshad lauded the efforts and dedication of award winners and said the FBISE was making efforts to reform the new pattern of question papers for examinations. The questions will be analytical in content and the examinations will be based on the new paradigm, he added. Later, six students were awarded medals in recognition of their outstanding performance in the SSC exam. Two of them received gold medals, two silver and two bronze medals.

Similarly, 16 medals were awarded to the HSSC students, of whom five got gold, five silver and six bronze medals. In addition, a cash prize of Rs 40,000 each was awarded to gold medallists, Rs 30,000 each to silver medallists and Rs 20,000 each bronze medallists. The board awarded cash prize of Rs 50,000 each to 19 best teachers. staff report

Source : Daily Times Thursday, November 29, 2007

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