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August 28, 2015

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BIEK moves against colleges delivering poor results

Karachi
The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi has written letters to the director-generals of colleges and private institutions in Sindh and other related officials to take action against institutions from where students have secured less than 33 percent marks in intermediate examinations during the past five years.
The BIEK chairman, Mohammad Akhtar Ghori, in his letter to the DG colleges Sindh, requested him to initiate action in accordance with regulation-V, Volume-I, of the BIEK calendar.
He said data of the past five years was complied by his office and after surveying the performance of all affiliated colleges and higher secondary schools, it was decided that necessary action should be taken against institutions responsible for delivering poor results in annual board exams.
It was said that all educational institutions that were producing less than 33 percent results for the past five years were required to go through special inspection for ascertaining the competency of their staff and the quality of teaching.
Ghori also stated in his letter that the subsequent inspection might also lead to the withdrawal of the colleges’ registration from the intermediate board. He requested the DG colleges to attend to the matter seriously and complete the inspection work by September 10.
“The report of special inspection would help the board office to take necessary actions against the institutions delivering poor results consistently for the past five years,” the letter said.
The BIEK chairman in his letter stated that 77 pre-medical and 72 pre-engineering government colleges had attained less than 33 percent marks, while 23 science general colleges had delivered less than 33 percent result in the past five years.
Meanwhile, in a separate letter sent to the director of school education, the BIEK chairman stated that 23 pre-medical and 20 pre-engineering government higher secondary schools had produced less than 33 percent

result in the past five years.
In yet another letter to the director-general of private institutions, BIEK chairman informed him that 67 pre-medical, 77 pre-engineering and 52 science general colleges and higher secondary schools, had attained less than satisfactory marks.

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