SBCC decides to arrange special exam for candidates with no chance


The Sindh Boards Committee of Chairmen in its latest meeting has decided to provide an opportunity of attempting examinations to those candidates who have wasted the last chance of appearing in the Higher Secondary School Certificate Exams.

It has decided that these candidates will submit the special fee for attempting intermediate exams. The aspirants of all groups including pre-engineering, pre-medical, humanities, general science, commerce regular, commerce private, arts private, home economics, and others can equally benefit from this opportunity. Those who attempted the last chance of examinations from 2008 to 2020 would be able to appear in the intermediate annual examinations 2021.

The press statement of the committee read that such candidates after verifying required documents from grade 17 officers can submit their applications by June 8 with Rs 6000 examination fee at the respective boards. The committee has informed the candidates to submit fee vouchers at the nominated private banks.

It is further stated that the aspirants can download examination forms, pro forma of special exams and fee vouchers from the official websites of the boards. Such candidates will attach original mark sheets of the last exam, photocopy of the last admit card, copy of the enrollment form, and matric certificate with applications for availing this opportunity.

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