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FBISE FEDERAL BOARD RESULT 2015 MATRIC PART 2

Islamabad, Pakistan: The result of FEDERAL BOARD RESULT MATRIC PART-II 2015 has announced in which girls have again out rightly defeated boy in education.

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In Pakistan, the Federal Board announces result before all provincial and divisional education boards. The Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad established under FBISE ACT 1975, is an autonomous body of the Ministry of Education (Now under the Ministry of Education and Training Division). It is empowered with administrative and financial authority to organize, regulate, develop and control Intermediate and Secondary Education in general and conduct examinations in the institutions affiliated with it.

Students can contact at following addresses in case they wish any information regarding their result and marks sheets:

Mailing Address 1

Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
Sector H-8/4, Islamabad, Pakistan
Mailing Address 2
Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
P. O. Box Number 1365
Sector H-8/4, Islamabad, Pakistan
Phone: 0092-51-9250666
In Pakistan, matriculation is 10 years in school and students take examinations in two parts that is called Part I and Part II.
In Pakistan, Matriculation (usually shortened to “matric”) is the final examinations of 9th and 10th grades, taken up by students aged 15 to 16 years.
It results in the issuance of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or Technical School Certificate (TSC). After the SSC (or TSC) students may proceed for 11th year of education at College. After successful completion of the 11th and the 12th years in college they get the Intermediate certification (HSSC – Higher Secondary School Certificate), and become eligible to enter universities in Pakistan or abroad. Pakistan has continued to use terms such as Matriculation Exams and Intermediate Exams taken from the days of the British Raj although these terms were replaced in England itself with O’ or Ordinary Level Examinations (now called GCSE) and A’ or Advanced Level Examination.
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