LAHORE: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Monday announced the examination date sheet of intermediate, part-II.

According to the date sheet, the exams will start on July 10 and conclude on July 19. The exams will be conducted on a group basis. The first group will have to sit in exams at 8:30am while the second at 1:30pm. The second group will have to appear at 2:30pm on Friday.

A many as 188,572 students will have to appear in part-II examination.

The exams will be conducted for the selective subjects while compulsory subjects’ numbers will be allotted on average of the elective one. Some 463 centres have been established for the exams.

The practical examinations of the students will not be held due to coronavirus pandemic during the year.

All students have been directed to reach the centre half an hour before the time otherwise they will not be allowed to sit in the examination.The exams will be conducted under the coronavirus SOPs and no one will be allowed to enter the centre without wearing masks.

Published in Dawn, June 22nd, 2021

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