BISE Sargodha Board 9th 10th Class Roll No Slip 2017Candidates who are waiting for the BISE Sargodha Board 9th 10th Class Roll No Slip 2017 will soon be able to get their roll number slips as the Sargodha board is all set to deliver the roll number slips to the respective schools who sent admission of their students through Sargodha board. Normally the Sargodha Board 9th 10th roll number slip is sent to the schools and distributed among the students but to the students who sent their admission privately roll number slips are provided at their home via post. All students will have 9th 10th roll number slips there is no need to worry about it just a little patience is required.
Sargodha Board 9th 10th Class Roll No Slip 2017The exam is organized for the students who enroll themselves to be a part of the 9th and 10th class examination in March every year. The exam is held in a peaceful and transparent environment. The medium of examinations is English and there is no choice about it. The exam will be conducted in 2 shifts. First will be in the morning and the other would be at afternoon. This is done in order to divide the number of total students and accommodate them as the numbers are increasing every year.
BISE Sargodha 9th 10th Class Roll No Slip 2017Candidates who don’t get their Sargodha board 9th class roll number slip and Sargodha 10th class roll number slip 2017 by the end of February need not to panic. As this is an era of modern technology now you won’t have to visit Board office in order to get the roll number slip and wasting your hold day. The Sargodha board has made it possible to provide candidates with roll number slips online by just providing the 5 digit code of their school.
BISE Sargodha stands for Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha was established in 1975 in the state of Sargodha to take care of educational matters and to provide educational platform to the people resident in Sargodha city. The board has its jurisdiction confined within a few districts namely Khushab, Mianwali, Sargodha and Bhakkar. In the said districts Sargodha board is the only authority to conduct the matriculation exam and before the board was constituted the exam was taken by the University of Punjab but later the examination procedure was narrowed down to 9 boards to look after in educational matters more effectively.