BISE Lahore Board is one of the leading educational bodies in the country. It is not only an efficient and most effective body but one of the most elder out of all educational boards. The board is responsible for conducting Matric and Intermediate examination on annual basis. In a same manner, F. Sc exams are initiated in the month of March under the banner of board and continues until the month of June. Once the examination has been conducted, the next critical deliverable of the board is to announce the F. Sc results. The students are excited for BISE Lahore Board FSc Result 2020 but it will bring excitement and nervousness both. All the efforts of students are being put into these exams, whereas, the result of F. Sc classes are the output of this very examination system.
Results of F. Sc 2020 is scheduled to reach mass media by the month of either August or September. The publication of results can face a delay as there are number of students whose papers have to be checked and this needs to be done by omitting all the errors on the end of board. It is not made public yet but some of the officials have shared the information in an informal manner that the result is about to be made public in the latter half of September or during the first few weeks of October. The date can change owing to the joint decision agreed by Punjab Board as all the boards announce results on same day. Likewise, BISE Lahore Board is planning in accordance with their commitment to deliver the F. Sc results on a mutually agreed date. However, the position holders will be announced a day before the actual result.
BISE Lahore Board is among one of the major governing bodies of not only Punjab but Pakistan. It was the first educational body of its time as it was the only educational avenue established after the independence of Pakistan from British India. BISE Lahore Board was set up in 1955 and governed a major part of the country. There were certain challenges to counter by the authorities of that time, therefore, BISE Lahore Board had its jurisdiction over the majority of West Pakistan. The provinces of Punjab, Balochistan (Baluchistan at that time) and Northern areas of the country were governed by BISE Lahore Board.
Presently, BISE Lahore Board has its jurisdiction over the areas of Lahore, Kasur, Sheikhupura, and Nankana Sahib. All the educational institutes providing matriculation and intermediate education of these major areas are governed by BISE Lahore Board. The examination of the students studying in the areas of Lahore, Kasur, Sheikhupura, and Nankana Sahib are also conducted by BISE Lahore Board. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that it has the most number of students enrolled into it in comparison to any other educational board. It has one of the largest student base than any other educational board of the country, larger than all other boards including all provinces.
The educational system of Pakistan has three major levels which can be easily understood. The education starts with the school level and then moves towards college education, out of which the first exam is intermediate exam. This is categorized as Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) by the educational bodies of the country. One of the most critical exam in the country is of intermediate level in which the students study at college level and then appear for exams. The next and last level is studying at various universities including Bachelors, Masters and PhD programs. The first two levels are directly governed by the educational bodies known as Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE). There are different boards in the country with each governed by their respective provincial government.
Punjab has eight different educational boards including BISE Lahore, BISE Gujranwala, BISE Multan, BISE Faisalabad, BISE Sargodha, BISE Rawalpindi, BISE Bahawalpur and BISE DG Khan. The capital city has one educational board as Federal Board. Peshawar, Abbottabad, Swat, Kohat, Malakand, Bannu, Mardan and D.I Khan are the major centers in KP and have independent educational boards. Sindh has six educational boards based in Karachi, Sukkur, Hyderabad, Larkana, Mirpur Khas and Aga Khan as federal board. There is one board each in Balochistan and AJK. For all the latest updates regarding the FSc results, students are advised to visit our website.