Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
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The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (Urdu: وفاقی بورڈ برائے متوسط و ثانوی تعلیم) commonly known as FBISE) is a Government of Pakistan board for examining the intermediate and secondary education in Pakistan and abroad for Pakistan International School. It is authorized with financial and administrative authority to organize, manage, regulate, develop and control intermediate and secondary education in general and accomplish examinations in the institutions affiliated with it.
The federal board of intermediate and secondary education was established under the FBISE Act 1975. It is an autonomous body of working under the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training.
The Jurisdiction of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad consists of the following:
- Cantonments and Garrisons across Pakistan
- Gilgit Baltistan
- Federally Administered Tribal Areas
- Pakistan International Schools outside Pakistan
- Affiliate institutions imparting SSC and HSSC education within Pakistan and abroad
- Prescribe courses of instructions for SSC and HSSC
- Ensure provision of requisite facilities in the affiliated institutions
- Hold exams, appoint examiners and supervisory staff
- Institute measures to promote physical well being of students
The FBISE board held the following exams both across Pakistan and also abroad for overseas Pakistanis:
Secondary School Certificate is further divided into Secondary School Certificate Part-I (SSC-I) and Secondary School Certificate Part-II (SSC-II). SSC-I and SSC-II are often associated with Grade 9 and Grade 10th students.
Higher Secondary School Certificate is further divided into Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-I (HSSC-I) and Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-II (HSSC-II). HSSC-I and HSSC-II are often associated with Grade 11 and Grade 12th students.
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