Malakand Board SSC 9th 10th Result 2014 – Annual Matric Result 2014

Malakand Board SSC 9th 10th Result 2014 – Annual Matric Result 2014

Malakand Board Matric Results 2014 Malakand Board Matric 9th 10th SSc Part 1 and 2 Annual Exam Result 2014 Online SSc result Malakand Board 2014 will be announced on August, 2014, Malakand Board Matric Candidates can check their BISE Malakand Board SSC Results 2014 from Malakand Board Intermediate & Secondary Education,Official will be providing and offering you an online result facility. You only have to make an entrance of your name, school name and roll number. As soon as you are going to enter this information and detail, we will be showing up your matric class result.Keep 1 thing in mind that this board has yet not announced the result and has given the tentative time of the month of August 2013. As soon as they are going to make an official announcement, you will then easily and conveniently be able to know your result.1958. the Commission was mandated to review the then existing education system of the country. The Commission recommended that Secondary Education be given an independent status with specific aims and objectives. The secondary education separated from University and the Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education were established. The Board will be responsible for the conduct of Examination at the secondary and intermediate levels. Perhaps the idea was that the secondary education, which was the most formative stage, may receive special attention for its growth and development on other creating favorable atmosphere and

Malakand Board SSC 9th 10th Resul 2014 - Annual Matric Result 2014
conditions for the University to look after Higher Learning and Research work which shall guarantee capable and inspired leadership for the country. With this in view like other Boards in the country, the Examining Bodies, BISE Peshawar was established in 1961. At that time the area of Peshawar Board was comprised of the whole Khaber Pakhtunkhwa and tribal area.

The number of Educational Institutions and students were increasing day by day. The Peshawar Board had established sub-office at Mardan, Swat, Kohat, Bannu Chitral and D.I.Khan. Later on the number of educational institutions and students increased to the extent that the public demanded the creation of more Boards. Taking into consideration the public demand, the Govt: decided to establish more Boards at Abbottabad, Bannu, Swat, Kohat, Mardan, Malakand and D.I.Khan. At present there are eight BISE's functioning in Khaber Pakhtunkhwa. As for as the jurisdiction of BISE Malakand is concerned, it is comprised of four zones (ie) 1. Dir Lower 2. Dir Upper 3. Distt: Malakand and 4. Bajaur Agency.

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