LAHORE: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced the result of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) (Matric) Supplementary Examination 2022 today (Saturday), September 19, 2022.
Education contributes an imperative part in the construction of human capital. The government of Pakistan is determined is to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly Goal 4, which targets to certify equitable and inclusive quality schooling and promote lifetime learning occasions for all the people of the nation to include them in the net of the developers of the country.
The performance of the students studying in private institutions in rural areas of Pakistan is better than those in government schools. In the human development Report, Pakistan is placed at 135th position for having just a 49.9% educated population. The Educations budget is Rs. 537.60 billion in 2013-14 as compared to Rs. 479.85 billion in 2012-13. The allocation of funds for the education sector by the government of Pakistan is very low; only 2% of the total GDP.
BISE Lahore matric supplementary examination result 2022
Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore which is normally known as Lahore board or BISE Lahore is pondered as one of the primary instructive bodies among the other instructive sheets of the nation. The consequence of Matric Class is one of the most anticipated outcomes in Pakistan. The ward of this board has additionally been restricted to a few different areas which incorporate Okara, Kasur, Sheikhupura, and Nankana Sahib. As our main goal is to give all the most recent news and updates with respect to all instructive leading groups of Pakistan.
In Pakistan, public institutions in rural areas fail to provide the basic education that is easy to get to all Pakistanis so the private education sector is very important in this situation by providing the basic education. The purpose of private education institutions in rural areas is to increase the ratio of literacy. The allocation of funds for the education sector by the government of Pakistan is very low; only 2% of GDP. People are very conservative they don’t want their girls to go to school and get an education. The educational system of the country is based on different mediums that divide the students into two segments. Most private schools are English mediums while other government schools are Urdu mediums.
A total of 27, 188 applied for the examination, of the 26,241 candidates who appeared in the exams. Over 14,451 candidates cleared the exams with a pass percentage of 55.07 %. Each of the nine Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) across Punjab announced the result.