The federal and provincial training ministries are contemplating a newly proposed common marking system for the scholars of secondary college certificates (SSC) advert increased secondary college certificates (HSSC).
The proposal was put ahead throughout a gathering amongst training ministries, and all board secretaries, headed by the federal minister, Shafqat Mehmood.
The method suggests the promotion standards of scholars based mostly on their earlier particulars. It’s into account and prone to be carried out after a last approval on Friday.
Here’s what the proposed method for common marking:
SSC-II (10th class)
For the scholars of SSC part-2, common marks for the 10th class can be calculated by including marks obtained within the ninth class to (marks obtained in ninth ÷ whole marks X 10).
HSSC-II (Second Yr)
With the intention to calculate common marks for 12th class, marks scored within the 11th class can be added to (marks obtained in 11th ÷ whole marks X 10).
SSC-I (ninth Class)
The proposal additionally suggests to skip the ninth class this 12 months and conduct 10th class exams in 2021, whereas common marks for SSC-I be calculated below the given method: Marks obtained in matric be added to (marks obtained in 10th ÷ whole marks X 10).
HSSC-I (First Yr)
The proposal floats that the 11th class examination shouldn’t be taken this 12 months and the examination for the second-year be taken subsequent 12 months. To calculate marks for the 11th, obtained marks for 11th be added to (marks obtained in 11th ÷ whole marks X 10).
One other proposal got here below dialogue which suggests skipping examinations in 2020 and conducting composite exams the following 12 months.
For Enchancment Instances
Enchancment college students have been given a slight edge within the common marking. Their common marks could be calculated by this method:
Marks obtained to be added to (marks obtained in ninth or 11th ÷ whole marks X 20).
For Failed Papers
Common marks for every topic paper to be obtained by (marks obtained in ninth or 11th ÷ whole marks X 15).
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