Poor Paper Checking Issue in BISE Lahore Board Inter Part 1 Exam 2014
Poor Paper Checking Scandal in BISE Lahore Board 1st Year Exam 2014
Lahore board has declared fail many brilliant students of inter part 1 in annual exam 2014. Students are protesting against this bad result. Kinnard college students have also protested against poor paper checking. Many students who got very good marks in science subjects have been declared fail in English and Urdu papers. Dr Waseem Akhtar Amir e Jammat e Islami Punjab has presented an adjournment movement in Punjab Assembly in this regard and demanded that BISE Lahore board should rectify the mistakes in annual result without taking any fee from affected students.
On the other hand board has advised such students to apply online for rechecking. Board claims that answer sheets are checked by others board to ensure transparency in paper checking so students who have complaints should apply online within 15 days. But unfortunately rechecking means just re-totaling. We ask just one question to board authorities that how it is possible that large number of students get very good marks in other subjects and fail in English and Urdu.
Prima facie its a clear cut case of poor marking and re-totaling is not the solution of this problem. Board should grant 10 extra marks in English and Urdu papers to supply holder students and no fee for rechecking should be charged from students as its not their fault. Some students send us their marks sheets and we too were surprised to see their result. How such students can fail in Urdu and English papers of inter part one who had got above 110 marks in English and Urdu papers of matriculation and their performance in all other papers of inter part 1 is also extraordinary. When a problem is reported on massive scale, it must be investigated to avoid such incidents in future. You can read the details in Urdu about poor paper checking issue in BISE Lahore board inter part 1 exam 2014. Stay in touch with us for latest reports about different problems faced by students.