Punjab Boards Committee of Chairmen PBCC issued a revised policy for matric and inter students who want to improve their marks/division. Major changes have been made in the improvement policy. According to the new policy, students will be provided 4 chances of improvement within a period of 3 years after passing matric and inter exams.
As per previous practice, only those students will be eligible to appear in the improvement exams who are not enrolled in any higher degree program in any institute in the country. Students can appear in the improvement of any subject(s) of part-I or part-II.
The candidate who looks forward to improving marks and grades in SSC or HSSC Examination, he/she will be provided the opportunity of 4 examinations with a current and previous syllabus within a period of 3 years after passing Matric and Inter examinations. The candidates must not be enrolled in any Higher Education if they want to improve their marks during this period. The candidates with a grade of E or D have four opportunities within 3 years to at least improve their results to a C grade (50% marks).
Students will be required to submit an affidavit, stating that he/she is not enrolled in any higher degree program if they are appearing in improvement exams after a gap of 2 years. The results and certificate issued by the Board will mention the number of attempts a candidate has availed.