Students protest against wrong marking in result of Inter Part I Examination


Rawalpindi: Students and their parents have voiced strong protest against wrong marking in the result of Inter Part I of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Rawalpindi.
As per media report, they launched a campaign on social media against the Board marking policy, indifference of the teachers and prayed for justice from Chief Justice of Pakistan, Education Minister of Punjab and other concerned stake holders.
According to information available following the results of Part I more than one thousand boys and girls have put applications for the remarking of physics, chemistry, Math and English papers. Upon rechecking a student has been given 28 marks instead of actual 68.
Controller Examinations Abid Kharal has assured that on genuine complaints they will take stern action.