BISE Hyderabad Board Result 2024 biseh Results Online
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEH Hyderabad today, May 16, 2024, Announced Intermediate HSSC Part 1 11th Class Results. The Bise Hyderabad Board Announced All Group Results on May 16, 2024.
In general, the Success ratio remains for male students at 77.83 percent, and for female students, the success rate is 90.80 Percent.
The passing percentage for female students is as good as for male students. BISEH Board Announced online results for
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cities of Sindh, In these districts 1351 students participated in Annual Examination in year session 2024 in which 1105 students become successful in 1105 students pass in 6 papers 730 male and 375 female students are included.
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Hyderabad Sindh Board Exams start today, April 25, 2024. In the Bise Hyderabad exams more than 108000/- students will be appear in this exam today. The Exam is conducted by Bise Hyderabad officials. The Bise Hyderabad Exam will be held in 10 districts of Hyderabad and Nawabshah divisions.
On Monday, April 20, 2024, the chairman of Bise Hyderabad, Doctor Professor Muhammad Memo, said that they chose 133 examination centers in 10 districts, of which board official’s announced 24 as sensitive, so that local police and the government would provide security for these examination centers. These sensitive Exam centers are seven in Benazirabad, four each in Hyderabad and Jamshoro City, three in Matiari, and after that, six exam centers in each city of the six districts of Sindh.
In this year’s session, Bise Hyderabad issued Roll Number Slips to 38873 female students and 69134 male students, who will be patriciates in this exam. In previous years, Bise Hyderabad failed to catch the cheaters due to this. This year, the chairman of Bise Hyderabad made a vigilance committee, and this committee will visit different exam centers on different days, called surprise visits to examination centers, to reduce and end cheating in exam papers.
Chairman Bise Hyderabad Professor Dr Muhammad Memon Said:
We are working beyond our resources and ability to stop cheating, but are confronted with an imbalance between the resources and the problems.