BISE Lahore Board Inter Result 2014

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore is one of the biggest education Board of Punjab province, it serves as the role model for all other education governmental bodies of Pakistan. Every year millions of students appear in 9th, 10th, Fa, FSc, ICs and Icom examinations conducted by this Board. It is the duty of the Board to get affiliated with the schools and colleges located inside it’s jurisdiction and have check and balance on the teaching standard of institutes affiliated with it. The Board is also responsible to organize, regulate and control the SSc and HSSc level exams and deliver the results in time.

The inter level education is classified into six groups namely Pre-Engineering, Pre-medical, Computer Science, General Science, Commerce and Arts. Board awards the Higher Secondary School Certificates to all the candidates who pass in the examination. There are total eight educational Boards in the Punjab Province, all of these conduct and deliver the results together on the same date on their respective official websites.

The intermediate part 2 papers are taken earlier in the month of May and the turn of part 1 comes later in the month of June. The date sheet of the examinations is generally issued one month before the papers date. It takes almost three to four months to Board administration to prepare the marks sheets. Usually the result of HSSc Part 1 and 2 are dispatched in the months of September, October.

Lahore Board has introduced the new facility of providing roll number slips through different mobile units, located at different places in different cities, to deliver the admit cards to private students at their door steps. Right now their is not any confirmed news available regarding when exactly inter annual examination result will be published. So stay in touch with this page to receive all the updates, and once it is announced by board you can check your complete marks information on this page without any delay. We wish best of luck to all the students.


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