FBISE announces HSSC Part-I Annual Exam 2016 result

EducationFBISE announces HSSC Part-I Annual Exam 2016 result

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Wednesday announced the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSSC) Part-I Annual Examination 2016, declaring the overall pass percentage of 57.80.

The result is available at the website of FBISE www.fbise.edu.pk and also on SMS unifed code 5050 for which the candidates may send SMS on format: FB<space>[roll number] to obtain result on their mobile phones.

According to the result announced in Islamabad, a total of 54940 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 32706 could pass it, with pass percentage of 59.53.

While a total of 2491 private candidates appeared in the exam out of which 488 could pass the exam with total pass percentage of 19.59.

A total of 7957 regular candidates appeared in the exam in Humanities group out of which 4216 could pass it against the 375 private candidates out of total 1755 appeared.

While in Pre-Medical group, a total of 13838 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 10240 could pass the exam against the one private candidates out of total four appeared.

In Pre-Engineering group, a total of 15797 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 10969 could pass it. While no private candidate could pass the exam out of total eight appeared.

In the Science General group, a total of 12490 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 5325 could pass it while no private candidate could pass the exam out of three appeared.

In Commerce group, a total of 4628 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 1877 could pass the exam against the 112 private candidates out of total 721 appeared.

In Med.Tech group, a total of 230 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 79 could pass it.

The result cards of regular candidates within the country and abroad are being dispatched to the heads of their respective institutions from where they appeared and those of private candidates within the country on the addresses given by them in their admission forms.

The result cards of regular and private candidates belonging to Gilgit Baltistan are being sent to the FBISE sub office at Gilgit Baltistan.

If result card is not delivered to any private candidate by September 02, 2016, he or she may contact the board office for issuance of result card which will be issued free of cost upto one month after declaration of the result.

The board has extended the facility of submitting online applications for issuance of migration certificate (NOC), rechecking of answer scripts, verification of result card, duplicate result card and correction in roll no slips.

This year, 28 unfair means cases were reported and all were resolved through adopting a judicious procedure.

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