|Board Name||Peshawar Board|
|Name of the exam||SSC Part 1 9th Class Examination|
|Exam Date||27 July 2022|
|Result Date||29 October 2022|
|Result Status||Announced on|
|Category||Matric 9th Class Result|
The Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa created the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar in 1961. It is one of Pakistan’s oldest BISE boards. For many years, the BISE board in Peshawar was the exclusive provider of intermediate and secondary school examinations in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, until the provincial government formed separate BISE boards in numerous areas.
The Peshawar district’s examinations are currently administered by the BISE Board Peshawar. Peshawar BISE board has authority over Charsadda District, Chitral District, Shabqadar, Mohmand, Khyber, and Peshawar District. It is the KPK province’s parent BISE board. All private and public institutes that fall under the board’s jurisdiction have legislative ability to organise, develop, reform, renew, re-arrange, and design academic and administrative policies.
Peshawar board 9th class result will be announced in October 2022.
The Peshawar board has been effectively conducting exams on a huge scale. Despite the fact that the board only receives a small fee from the candidates, the board’s performance has been excellent. All BISE Peshawar board examinations and outcomes are unbiased and fair.
The board’s policies have been developed in conformity with current and international standards. The board has the authority to grant and revoke certificates to its affiliated institutes if qualification criteria are not met, to implement syllabus, to award deserving candidates and teachers, to investigate schools, to supervise the availability of required facilities in affiliated institutes, to enrol and register students in jurisdiction areas, and to monitor the education quality of Intermediate and Secondary classes in the area.
Pakistan’s newly elected government has increased KPK’s educational budget, which includes Peshawar. The boards of education are self-governing bodies that are subject to the authority of the province’s governor.
These independent boards serve as government mechanisms to ensure that the country’s educational system is uniform. The elimination of gender gap in rural areas has been made feasible on a big scale thanks to the establishment of these boards.
The boards create educational policies in the areas under their jurisdiction in order to encourage more students to enrol. Peshawar district is a terrorism-affected area, and the government has a responsibility to eliminate extremism and illiteracy from the area through education, in addition to providing high-quality education. The KPK government has made numerous successful attempts thus far. The total literacy rate of both girls’ and boys’ students has risen.
One of the key difficulties facing the BISE Board Peshawar is the disparity in educational quality between private and public institutions. The board must play a critical role in ensuring educational consistency.
The board’s administration bears a significant amount of responsibility for overseeing the content of the curriculum taught in schools, which must be taught in accordance with Ministry of Education instructions. The curriculum has been radicalised in rural regions due to the prevalence of extremism and violence.