To view the result of another candidate, please
VISIT THIS PAGE
(Remember at moments our Web servers may be
busy, please RELOAD / REFRESH THIS PAGE)
Three female students from Haripur grabbed
first top three positions as the Board of Intermediate and
Secondary Education Abbottabad announced the Secondary School
Certificate (SSC) annual examination results on Tuesday.
Only 12 male students could find place in the
top 20 positions. Huma Arshad of Jinnah Jamia High School and
College Haripur with 985 marks got first position. Second
position was grabbed by Sumbal Tariq of the same school with 983
marks while third position went to the Afrera Sultan of Sir Syed
Model School, Haripur. She got 982 marks.
In boy’s science group, Muhammad Shoaib
Arshad of Abbottabad Public School with 973 marks got first
position, Sardar Usman Saleem of APS with 967 marks got second
and Ammar Khan of Pakistan International School and College with
964 marks grabbed third position.
In the humanities female group, Maria Jabbar
of Al-Quran Public School and College Mansehra with 911 marks
got first position, Ayesha Siddique of GGHSS Dhamthor with 866
marks secured second and Sabila Gulzar of Mahjabeen Public
School Paswal Abbottabad with 865 marks obtained third position.
In the humanities boys group, Private
candidate Inayat-ur-Rehman with 830 marks got first position,
followed by Fahadur Rehman of Garnish Public School Mansehra
with 817 marks and Noorul Hadi, private candidate with 810 marks
secured third position.
Total 50107 students appeared out of which
39504 were declared pass with the total pass percentage of 78.84
About Board of Intermediate &
Secondary Education BISE Abbottabad Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
BISE Abbottabad came into being as a result of the break-up of
Peshawar Board in 1990 under the North West Frontier Province Board
of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act 1990. It is working in
its own building on Murree Road , Abbottabad.
Due to increase in work load on matric section, the conduct section
has been divided into two separate sections. Conduct 1 to deal with
matric and conduct 2 to deal with intermediate. A printing section
has also been created for printing of question papers.
The Board is governed by a Calendar based on NWFP BISE Act 1990. The
act along with regulations and rules provide a complete compendium
of instructions for running the Board. Within the parameters laid
down by this act, the Board makes rules and regulations for its
running. In addition the Controlling Authority also has the powers
to provide directions to the Board to regulate any activity.
Five districts, namely Haripur, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Battagram and
Kohistan. This encompasses an area of 17,194 square kilometres and a
population of 3.47 millions.
a. Government schools, including Higher Secondary Schools and
colleges, Tehsil-wise, both male and female.
b. Private Schools, male and female, Tehsil-wise.
c. Private Colleges, male and female, Tehsil-wise.
Summary of institutions affiliated with the Board.
All students of 9 th and 11 th class are required to be registered
with the Board. The student population here is that of registered
students. In our Board area, however, a very large private student
population is also there, whose examination requirements are also
met by the Board.
Hold and conduct all Examinations pertaining to Intermediate
Education, Secondary Education, Classical and Pakistani Languages
and such other Examinations as may be determined by Government.
Lay down the conditions for admission to its Examinations to
determine the eligibility of candidates and to admit them to such
Prescribe courses of study for its Examinations Lay down conditions
for recognition of institutions.
Accord, refuse or withdraw recognition, wholly or partly.
Inspection of institutions and arrange for inspection of recognized
institutions and call for inspection reports in respect of such
Institute and award scholarships, medals and prizes in the
Grant certificates and diplomas to persons who have passed its
Examinations and to withdraw such certificates and diplomas.