Future of Thousands of students uncertain and at risk after FBISE’s latest decision

Under the new promotion policy, FBISE surprisingly completely overlooked the thousands of students who applied for the supplementary SSC Part-II examinations.

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The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) did not promote any candidates who applied for Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II supplementary examination-2020 and put their futures at stake.

On the 20th of July, FBISE had announced SSC part-II results under the promotion policy of the Federal Government formulated due to Covid-19. The policy stated that 10th-grade students would be promoted into 11th grade, based on their 9th grade’s result.

The pandemic severely disrupted the educational process. Thus, FBISE had announced not to conduct any examinations for the promotion due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, The Ministry of Education later issued a notification, which instructed the board to undertake the supplementary students’ exams.

FBISE directed authorities to organize SSC special annual examinations for all regular, private, and ex-students. All students who were unsatisfied with their previous years’ results were encouraged to sit for the exam to improve their grades.

Under the new promotion policy, FBISE surprisingly completely overlooked the thousands of students who applied for the supplementary SSC Part-II examinations.

In hopes of saving their future, these supplementary students registered immediate redressal complaints on the Pakistan Citizen Portal. They called the education policy of FBISE ‘biased’ and ‘discriminatory’.

Now the students wait for a fruitful verdict (promotion in the 11th grade) as they sit in fear of wasting valuable time of a full academic year.

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