9th Class Computer Paper Scheme | Pairing Scheme All Board

Here, the 922 Grade 9th Grade Computer Science Paper Coupling Pattern, past paper pattern for all Punjab boards. Students will find the complete paper pattern to get good grades. The Computer Science document for the Pairing 9th Class is valid for BISE Rawalpindi, BISE Bahawalpur board, BISE Sargodha, BISE Gujranwala board, BISE Multan, BISE Lahore board, BISE DG Khan, BISE Faisalabad and BISE Sahiwal.

Annual 9th Calss paper Date & time

DateDaySubjectsClass
30-05-2022MondayComputer Science9th

Morning Time 8:30 AM – Evening Time 1:30 PM

9th Class Computer Science Paper Pairing Scheme 2022 for all Boards of Punjab

  • Q No 1: 10 MCQS (10 Marks)
  • Q No 2: 6 Short Questions (4*2=8 Marks)
  • Q No 3: 6 Short Questions (4*2=8 Marks)
  • Q No 4: 6 Short Questions (4*2=8 Marks)
  • Q No 5: Long Question (8 Marks)
  • Q No 6: Long Question (8 Marks)
  • Q No 7: Long Question (8 Marks)

There are two parts to the 9th Grade IT work. The first part is an objective type paper and the second part is a subjective type paper.

9th Class Computer Science Objective Type Paper Scheme

Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Students must attempt 10 MCQs in the Computer Science document and each MCQ has 01 Mark. Thus, students should try all MCQ to secure full grades in this module. (Total points: 10).

10th Computer science Chapter NumberNo. of MCQs
0102
0203
0301
0402
0502

Subject Type Paper Draft 9th Grade Informatics

The total score for the Computer Science Objective is 40 points. The total time allowed for an objective task is 1 hour and 45 minutes.

Question #2:

Short Questions, Students have to attempt 04 (any four) questions out of 06.

Chapter NumberNo. of questions
0103
0303

Question #3:

Short Questions, Students have to attempt 04 (any four) questions out of 06.

Chapter NumberNo. of questions
0206

Short Questions, Students have to attempt 04 (any four) questions out of 06.

Question #4

Chapter NumberNo. of questions
0402
0504

LONG QUESTIONS

PART – II

Note: Attempt any Two Questions.                                          8 x 2 = 16

5.CHAPTER NO. 1:1Marks: 8
 CHAPTER NO. 2:0 
6.CHAPTER NO. 3:1Marks: 8
 CHAPTER NO. 4:1Marks: 8
7.CHAPTER NO. 7:0