The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Bahawalpur is responsible for administering education and educational resources in the regions of Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, and Rahim Yar Khan. It is an examination body that conducts annual exams for classes 9, 10, 11, and 12. These standardized exams are held for matric (SSC) and intermediate (HSSC) students in all areas under its jurisdiction.
The Bahawalpur Board conducts SSC and HSSC exams each year between March and May. Students usually receive results by early October. The results are announced on the official BISE Bahawalpur website.
Find out your BISE Bahawalpur 2019 result for SSC Part 1 and Part 2
BISE Bahawalpur announced results for SSC part 1 in August 2019. Students can find out their results on the website by entering their 9th class 2019 roll number here. Students can also access their results by using the Punjab Board SMS Result Service.
SSC part II (matric, class 10th) students can also find their results by entering their roll numbers (admit card numbers) on the BISE Bahawalpur website.
Intermediate 2019 Results for BISE Bahawalpur 11th and 12th class
HSSC part II students will be able to find their combined results online on the official Bahawalpur Board website. Make sure that you have your roll number cards/admit cards with you as you sit down to check your results. Keep in mind that the website might crash so it’s important to be patient. You can also use the Punjab Boards’ SMS Result Service to check your 2019 BISE Bahawalpur HSSC/intermediate results.
The HSSC part II (intermediate 11th class) students will have to wait for their results a little longer than like seniors because Bahawalpur Board has not yet announced 2019 results for the 11th class. Keep checking because 11th class results are expected to be announced soon.
BISE Bahawalpur Academic Grading System
The academic grading system is the same for all Pakistani education boards.
BISE Bahawalpur students need to obtain at least 33% marks in each subject in order to pass their exams. If you are one of the students who have not gained enough marks to pass, you will get a second chance to save your percentile in the form of supplementary exams.
Subjects like maths, English, and physics are difficult subjects. This causes the majority of failures to be in these subjects. If students want to obtain passing marks, they have to make sure that they have prepared properly for maths, physics, and English subjects with good studying materials. Such materials include solved 5-year past papers of maths, physics, and English.
Make sure that you keep your eyes peeled for the supplementary exam admission forms and date sheet. Congratulations to all the students who have passed!