ISLAMABAD: An Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) Secretary Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah termed the viral news on social media regarding matriculation and intermediate examinations as fake and baseless.
Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah said, “It is circulated for general information of all concerned and public that a fake news about rescheduling of examinations has been uploaded on social media.”
“This is wrong, having even no base and it has officially been denied by IBCC that the said news item was neither issued by the IBCC, nor it is the obligation of IBCC to treat the matters in such a way. Besides, no officer as shown the signatory of this fake communication exists as Secretary IBCC,” the statement issued by IBCC further reads.
“The entire news item appearing on social media has no worth at all. All the BISEs across the country work according to their domain and schedule. All are therefore requested not to pay any attention to fake information about rescheduling of examination,” Dr Mallah further added.
The conduct of examination is the domain of respective boards in accordance with their schedules and any further information may be obtained from respective boards about conduct and allied matters of examinations, he added.