New E-Marking System For Matric And Inter Exams 2024 By Peshawar Board

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar (BISE) is ready to adopt a new E-Marking System For Matric And Inter Exams 2024 and phase out manual checking.

Professor Nasrullah Khan Yousafzai of Peshawar, Chairman BISE has stated that e-marking would be introduced in part in the inter and matric exams, which will take place in April and May, respectively. Next year, all paper markings will be digitalized.

The Chairman stated that e-marking would bring transparency to the paper-checking process and make it more accurate and reliable than manual ones.

New E-Marking System For Matric And Inter Exams 2024 By Peshawar Board

New E-Marking System For Matric And Inter Exams 2024 By Peshawar Board


He stated that the system will be more cost-effective because teachers won’t have to travel to colleges and schools to mark papers. However, he also said that students would be able to check papers from anywhere.

To discourage rote learning, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP), Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education(BISEs) decided last month to hold class 9 exams under the Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) System.

After the conclusion of the two-day plenary held by the KP Boards Chairmen Committee (KPBCC), in which all KP BISEs heads participated, the decision was taken. Professor Zamin Gul, Chairman of the KP Boards’ Chairmen Committee (KPBCC), presided over the meeting.

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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the land of hospitality and mesmerizing landscapes, a rich culture, legendary conquerors, and a hub for tourism, is Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is located in the northern region of the country. The province covers 101,741 km2. The province’s population is 35 million, with 52% of males and 48% of females.

This makes up 11.9% of the Pakistani total population. It is the third most literate province in the country. Its youth is supported by visionary ideas and innovative solutions to transform the province. To unleash their potential, the government provides them with skills that can be used in the workplace. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has a population of approximately 50% who are young. Statistics show that the country’s youth population has a lot of potentials to be prosperous.

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