HSC Result 2017 HSSC
The educational boards located in different provinces of Pakistan have their own schedule to conduct the annual exams of HSSC classes. The educational boards receive the registration forms from the candidates well before start of the annual exams. The educational boards of Punjab including Faisalabad, Lahore, Multan, Rawalpindi, Sargodha, Bahawalpur, Gujranwala, DG Khan and Sahiwal start admission process at the same time and they receive the admission forms from the candidates and issue their Inter roll number slips and HSSC date sheets on the postal addresses of the candidates. All these educational boards of Punjab conduct the Intermediate annual exams at the fixed time and they start checking of papers, which is completed in short time. In the intermediate class, the candidates can opt for the science, arts and commerce subjects. The students can also get admission in the business administration class.
The students prepare their exams well as they have two long years to study in the college and apply for registration at the end of the academic year. The students of Sindh province appear in the inter part 1 and 2 annual exams in their respective educational boards like Aga Khan board, Hyderabad, BIEK Karachi, Mirpurkhas, Sukkur and Larkana. The candidates get admission in the colleges in the subjects, for which they are eligible and they can continue getting education. The students receive the date sheets along with their HSSC roll number slips and they should ensure the location of the exams centers, which is provided in their roll number slips. The students of Baluchistan appear in the HSSC Part 1 and 2 annual exams, which are managed by Quetta Board, as this is the single board of the whole province. Similarly, AJK board is the sole board of Azad Jammu and Kashmir and it is responsible to conduct the exams and announces the results of the exams in the schools and colleges located in AJK. Federal Board Islamabad is responsible to conduct the annual exams of matric and intermediate classes in the schools and colleges of Islamabad and in the cantonment areas of the country.