In a much-anticipated announcement, the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad (FBISE) has disclosed the results of the Second Annual examinations for the 11th and 12th grades for the year 2023. The unveiling of these results sheds light on the academic accomplishments of students and offers insights into the educational landscape.
Overall Pass Percentages for 11th and 12th Grades
According to the FBISE, the overall pass percentage for the 11th grade stands at an impressive 79.99%, reflecting the commendable performance of students at this educational level. For the 12th grade, the pass percentage remains commendable, albeit slightly lower, at 75.10%. The announcement comes as a culmination of the academic efforts of students who diligently participated in the Second Annual examinations.
Chairman Qaiser Alam Extends Congratulations
The results were officially announced by Chairman Qaiser Alam, who not only revealed the outcomes but also extended heartfelt congratulations to all successful candidates. The acknowledgment of students’ hard work and dedication underscores the significance of their achievements in the academic realm.
The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad (FBISE) has announced the results of Second Annual examinations for the 11th and 12th grade for the year 2023.
— ProPakistani (@ProPakistaniPK) December 22, 2023
Previous Class IX and X Results Comparison
A few weeks prior to this announcement, the FBISE had declared the results of the Second Annual examinations for Class IX and X for the year 2023. Class IX exhibited a commendable success ratio of 76.99%, highlighting the academic prowess of students at this stage. However, Class X witnessed a slightly lower success rate, standing at 65.91%. This discrepancy in success rates emphasizes the evolving challenges students face as they progress through their educational journey.
Varied Fortunes: Lahore and Faisalabad BISE Results
While the FBISE results reflect a positive trend, the recently announced results of Lahore and Faisalabad Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) tell a different story. The success rates for students in Lahore and Faisalabad were disheartening, with only 35.75% and 38.79% passing the exams, respectively. This divergence in success rates underscores regional variations in educational outcomes and warrants attention from educational authorities.
Accessing Results and Moving Forward
For those eager to view the results, the FBISE provides a convenient online platform for accessing the outcomes. The availability of results online ensures easy and timely access for students, parents, and educators alike. As students absorb their achievements and, in some cases, setbacks, it becomes crucial to focus on the journey ahead, learning from experiences and continually striving for academic excellence.