Govt Decided to Conduct Intermediate Board Exams on Computer

The chairman of the Balochistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BBISE), Mir Ejaz Azeem Baloch, made an important announcement on Friday. He stated that a new digital system will be used to conduct intermediate examinations in the province. This marks the first time such a system will be put in place.

All the arrangements for the intermediate examinations in Balochistan have been completed. This includes the appointment of examiners, supervisors, staff, and senior inspectors. The exams are scheduled to start on 13 May.

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According to official figures provided by the board chairman, 93,733 students are expected to take part in the exams. The board is prepared to introduce the new digital system, which will include digital attendance taking and modern monitoring systems in examination centers to effectively tackle cheating.

The introduction of the digital system is a significant step towards modernizing education in the province. This new system is expected to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of the examination process, while also deterring cheating and other forms of malpractice.

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