Punjab Board Committee of Chairman (PBCC) has issued notification of Marks Improvement Policy. In this regard, the PBCC held a meeting on March 11, 2022 and discussed various new recommendations for the betterment of Marx. Thus, at the end of the meeting, the committee made minor changes to the previous policy for the benefit of the students. As such, the following are the recommendations made at the PBCC meeting to improve the marks in the examinations.
Punjab Boards Revised Improvement Policy
- After passing the SSC / HSSC exams, students will have four opportunities to improve their grades within three years according to the current curriculum. However, they will be able to improve their marks in the same group / subjects in which they have passed the previous exam. During the period of improvement, they cannot get higher education. However, it is up to the students to decide whether they want to improve one or two subjects or the whole part under the conditions mentioned above.
- Net Higher Qualification means completing HSSC / equivalent for students who improve their SSC marks. This is the completion of an Associate Degree in Arts / Science or the completion of BS / Equation for students improving HSSC Marks.
- Students who want to improve their overall E&D grades may have four chances to improve within three years until they achieve an overall C grade (50% marks).
- Students who want to improve their exam scores after a gap of two years after passing SSC / HSSC will have to provide an affidavit. The affidavit proves that the students did not qualify highly.
- The student’s mark sheet and certificate will include the number of attempts of a student.
- The principles of other reforms currently in force in all the boards of Punjab will remain the same.
- Students of SSC / HSSSC annual examinations from 2020 onwards can take advantage of the opportunity to improve their marks if they have not improved their marks yet.