Proposed Formula Matric / Inter Marking & Promotions
Due to outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in the country, the educational institutes are closed and no academic activities are being conducted in the schools, colleges and universities. The federal government along with provincial governments made the decision to cancel the SSC & HSSC annual exams this year and they decided to promote the students on the basis of their performance in the previous year. Now the federal and provincial ministers considered the newly proposed average marking system for the secondary school certificate and higher secondary school certificate students. Proposed Formula Matric / Inter Marking & Promotions.
The proposal of the average marking system and promotion is considered during a meeting of the education ministries, all board secretaries and the federal minister chaired by this meeting. This formula sets the promotion criteria of the students on the basis of their past performance and it is said that this suggestion will be brought under consideration and it will be implemented in all provinces after obtaining the final approval.
SSC Part 2 (10th Class)
For calculation of SSC part 2 average marks, marks scored in SSC part 2 will be added to the marks scored in the matric class part 1 (scored marks in matric class part 1 / SSC part 2 total marks)
Inter Part 2 (Second Year)
To calculate the 12th class average marks, scored marks in first year will be added to (scored marks in 1st year / 10th class total marks).
SSC Part 1 (9th Class)
The average marks of the SSC part 1 will be calculated under the formula: matric scored marks be added to the (scored marks in matric part 2 / 10th class total marks).
Inter Part 1 (First Year)
It was proposed that the first year annual exams will not be taken this year and second year exams will be taken next year. To calculate first year marks, scored marks of 1st year be added to (scored marks in 1st year / 10th class total marks).
During the meeting, it was also discussed that the exams will be skipped this year in 2020 and the boards will conduct the composite exams next year.
For improvement cases
The students, who want to appear in the improvement exams, they are given the slight edge in average marking and their average marks will be calculated under this formula:
Scored marks to be added (SSC-I or 11th class scored marks / 10th class total marks)
For failed papers
The average marks of each paper to be calculated by (9th or 1st year scored marks / class 10 total marks).