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HSSC Results BISE Swat, Malakand, Mardan and Peshawar have announced Results of Annual exams 2009

To the apparent satisfaction of all concerned, the Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) in Swat, Malakand, Mardan and Peshawar have announced, one after the other, the results of the annual exams 2008-09 of the higher secondary school certificate (HSSC).

 According to details, the BISE Peshawar in its Part II exam allowed to appear a total of 32,964 candidates out of which 22,296 were declared successful thus showing 67.64 pass percentage. Similarly,

BISE Mardan allowed 24,051 candidates out of which 12,701 made the grade with 52.81 as pass percentage. Surprisingly enough, the violence-hit Malakand board accepted the admission forms of 12,667 candidates out of which 11,501 managed to clear the exam thus showing an impressive 90.7 pass percentage.

The surprise in the results of the worst-affected Saidu board in Swat was that the students who grabbed the top three positions belonged to the Government College, Mingora. The successful candidates all deserve a pat on the shoulder as they appeared for their papers and practical exams in the midst of exploding bombs, burning school buses and wailing ambulances.

The overall pass percentage shown by four of NWFP’s eight boards inspires confidence and gives reassurance to the general public that in whatever shaky, halting and ad hoc manner the academic system is at least functioning. Members of the old generation feel over-awed at the ease with which the modern-day toppers tend to obtain 90 percent of the marks or above. In olden times, those who crossed the 60 percent limit were regarded as genuinely brilliant lot. The head-examiners too raised their eyebrows if anyone was awarded more than the set standards.

 The reason why the pass percentage is gradually rising is that the pattern of question papers has been made radically student-friendly. In English, for instance, the marks for writing a full-length essay on innovatively reflective subjects have been reduced from 25 to 10 while those of multiple choice questions (MCQs) raised from seven to 30. All the same the HSSC results tend to paint a flatteringly rosy picture of the educational scene.

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