Rawalpindi (Tuesday, July 26, 2011) – Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) has compiled about 60% of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2011 results and it would be difficult for it to announce the results on August 2, the set deadline, sources told ‘The News’ on Monday.
According to sources, the board employees have compiled about 60% of results so far and it would take more time to announce the
Sources revealed that the RBISE employees were not given proper training to work with the online system. The concerned authorities had introduced the new system without educating staff members that’s why students have faced many problems, including mess of roll number slips and now delay in the announcement of results, they said.
Sources said that despite announcement of the date for results, a good number of students daily visit the office of the board to get an update on results. Students are worried about their admission in government colleges.
They said that induction of online system was a good decision but there is a dire need to train the staff members first. Now the board administration is facing an embarrassing situation because of poor management.
RBISE Spokesman Irslan Cheema, when contacted by ‘The News,’ said: “We haven’t received any notification so far to announce SSC examination results on August 2. All boards are still waiting for the result announcement date from the education department.
He said that the RBISE still has to compile its SSC results and it would take some time to compile results.
He further said that the education secretary and the RBISE chairman would take a decision on the announcement of results in a meeting scheduled for today (Tuesday).
It may be mentioned that all education boards in Punjab were scheduled to announce SSC examination results on July 21, but it was postponed at the eleventh hour.