Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) has announced the intermediate results for the annual examination 2021 and surprisingly hundreds of students were able to get full 1100 out of 1100 marks.
This year the government issued an exam policy due to the COVID-19 situation. According to the policy students were only appeared in optional subjects and the marks obtained in these subjects were replicated in compulsory subjects with additional 5 percent grace marks. This exam policy caused many students to obtain 100 percent marks.
However, according to the results documents shared by Lahore Board, the passing ratio for Annual Examination Intermediate 2021 was 98.71 and no student was declared failed as per the Punjab cabinet’s approved policy. Overall 31,353 candidates got A+ grades, 23,737 candidates got A, 29,601 candidates got B while 35,067 candidates got Grade C, 39,219 candidates got Grade D while 24,347 candidates got E grade. As per the break-up, in the Pre-Medical group, 15,589 candidates secured A+ grade, in Pre-Engineering 4,505, General Science 2,999, Commerce 422 and in the Humanities group 5,403 candidates secured A+ grade.
While announcing the result in a press conference the board chairman Dr Mirza Habib Ali said that the remaining 1.30 percent of students were not able to attend the examination. He also inform the media that, unlike previous years, this year no position holders would be announced because of the examination policy.