Sindh SSC & HSSC New Exams System This Year
The Proposal for Sindh SSC & HSSC New Exams System This Year
The chairman of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Larkana has suggested to the Department of Boards and Universities to outsource the annual exams for matric and intermediate classes across the province. The purpose of this proposal is to improve the exams system at these two levels and ensure the future of the students.
Issues with the Current Exams System
Currently, all educational boards in Sindh conduct their exams on an old system that has been criticized for its faults, such as corruption, favoritism, nepotism, and inefficiency of examiners and board administration. This has been exposed through the results of entry tests for admission to professional colleges.
To address these issues, outsourcing the exams system to a reputable organization during the first phase is necessary. After getting proper training and understanding of the system, boards can opt for technology. Although some may have an interest in the current system, it is the constitutional duty to provide a fair and transparent learning education system to the students of the coming generation.
Call to Action
The chairman of Larkana Board urged the controlling authority to approve the proposal and invite expressions of interest through newspapers. A central committee will carry out the technical evaluation. He also requested that early action be taken so that the annual exams for SSC and HSSC classes can be outsourced in 2023.