Online Facility Of Documents For Students is the biggest step. The Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Quetta has launched an online portal that allows students to get their results cards as well as other credentials while sitting at home.
According to the report, the education minister from Balochistan, Mir Naseebullah Marri launched the online portal with the participation of the Chairman of the BBISE Quetta, Ijaz Ahmed Baloch Controller Shaukat Sarpara, as well as the Secretary for Higher and Technical Education, Hafiz Abdul Majid.
Online Facility Of Documents For Students 2023 By Balochistan Board
The online service will be beneficial to every student in the province, particularly those who are from remote areas. After the launch pupils will have the ability to receive their exam results as well as duplicate and original certificates, verification of documents, and migration certificates at the convenience of home with the internet application.
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The online portal offers quick and easy access to data about students as well as admissions, homework fees, tests, and much more. This allows students to better understand the performance of their education better.
Manual tasks are now easier and less stressful. The physical journey to school to pay fees isn’t practical for students who work. Therefore, apps for students can be used to pay for charges from internet-connected devices.
The Provincial Education Minister spoke at the ceremony’s inaugural address and praised the initiative that BISE Chairman Quetta and encouraged him to continue to enhance the system.
In addition, the Chairperson Ijaz Ahmed Baloch reiterated his commitment and promised his commitment to the school. He also stated that BBISE Quetta will use every resource, including the latest technology, to help students.
Separately, the Education Minister of Balochistan said that about 80 percent of educators don’t perform their jobs in a responsible manner. Teachers have been bribed by incompetent and unrelated people to be replaced in schools, he said.