Major revisions to the improvement examination policy for matriculation and intermediate students have been accepted by the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen (PBCC).
The adjustments were first proposed during a PBCC meeting last month and have only lately been made public. These modifications will take effect at the beginning of the new academic year, which is expected to begin in a few weeks.
Students in Matric and Inter will have four chances to improve in any subject. They have three years after finishing matric or inter to take advantage of these opportunities. They will not be allowed to use any remaining opportunities if their grades improve.
Students taking the improvement examinations after a two-year break will be required to present an affidavit stating that they have not received any higher education.
Intermediate is a higher qualification for students who want to strengthen their matric topics. Higher qualifications such as an Associate Degree or a Bachelor’s Degree are available to people who want to develop their inter-subject skills.
It’s worth noting that the adjustments will only apply to pupils who took their matric and inter yearly examinations in 2020 or later.
The number of tries made to enhance marks will also be recorded on matric and inter students’ mark sheets and degrees.