The Sargodha Board conducts examinations in Sargodha, Mianwali, Khushab, and Bhakkar districts. Each year, officials announced the Sargodha Board SSC Part 1 Class Date Sheet 2022 for all groups of private and regular students. Now we would like to mention that every year BISE Sargodha Board conducts matriculation examinations for ninth and tenth class students. Therefore, you can check Matric Part 1 Date Sheet 2022 here. Scroll down for Sargodha Board SSC Part 1 Date Sheet 2022. All regular and private students are looking for BISE Sargodha Board 9th Class Date Sheet 2022. If you are one of these students then you are getting this schedule here.
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Sargodha Board Of Education 9th Class Date Sheet 2022
The Board issues the examination schedule one month before the commencement of the examinations. This year, exams were delayed due to Cove 19 epidemics. The board has now given the final dates for the start of the exams. According to BISE Sargodha Board 9th class date sheet 2022, examinations are starting from 28th August. Check and download the date sheet below.
BISE Sargodha West Pakistan was established in the year 1968 under the authority of BISE. Later in 1975, the building was shifted to its present location which is Defense View Housing Society, Sargodha. The current jurisdiction of this board consists of four districts namely Sargodha, Khushab, Mianwali, and Bhakkar. BISE Sargodha is responsible for conducting intermediate and secondary examinations in these districts.
Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood addressed the candidates on Twitter on January 4. Due to the ongoing epidemic, the government has given space to SOPs so that life in the country can return to normal. Officials have also made it clear that, unlike last year, there will be board exams this year and no student will pass without participating in these exams. The government is working hard to protect the future of students. The government is making steady progress to give students a sense of normalcy so that they can easily sit for the upcoming matriculation exams in 2022.