Conduct of examinations

Rule No. 6.1.

Normally, a Superintendent and a Deputy Superintendent will be appointed for each center and where necessary, the Controller of Examinations will arrange for the appointment of one or more persons to assist the Superintendent. Moreover, Resident Inspectors, Mobile Inspectors, Special Inspectors and Distributing Inspectors can also be appointed to conduct the examination smoothly. In any emergency the Chairman himself may issue any such order of appointment.

Appointment and duties of Resident Inspector

Rule No. 6.1.

1. The Resident Inspector will monitor the examination center held in his institution. 2. The Resident Inspector shall provide all possible assistance to the Center Superintendent for the smooth and fair conduct of the examination, including elimination of disruption/interference by outsiders.3. The Resident Inspector will be required to remain in his office during the conduct of the examination. However, he may visit the Center on the direction of the Board or on the request of the Center Superintendent. Persons falling in the categories mentioned below are not eligible for appointment as Resident Inspectors. 1. If he is appointed as Superintendent/Inspector or Member of Mobile Squad etc. If his close relative is appearing in the centre. If the board disqualifies him. In such cases the Heads of Institutions shall immediately inform the Controller of Examinations, who shall make alternative arrangements for the appointment of a Resident Inspector.

Appointment of Resident Inspector

1. Heads of all institutions shall be appointed as Resident Inspectors where the examination center is established.

Duties of Center Superintendent

Rule No. 6.2.

Rules relating to the duties of the Superintendent including instructions for candidates shall be framed or amended by the Board from time to time. Unless otherwise provided in the rules, the instructions contained herein are handbooks and oral instructions for superintendents and supervisory staff. And practical examiners will be part of these rules and will be strictly followed.

Rule No. 6.3.

Before the commencement of the examination each day, the Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent will ask the candidates to search their pockets and distribute them along with all the papers, books or notes they may be carrying. A latecomer will not be admitted unless this warning is repeated at the gate.

Rule No. 6.4.

The Superintendent or the Deputy Superintendent or both, as the case may be, shall every day send to the Controller of Examinations, a declaration signed by him or her and at least two invigilators, to the effect that the candidates on duty are required to That they search their pockets and hand over all papers, books or notes in their possession and this statement shall be conclusive evidence of the contents of the declaration.

Rule No. 6.5.

The Superintendent or Deputy Superintendent or Invigilator or Chairman or Controller of Examination, or Inspector of the Center or any other officer/official duly authorized by the Board in this behalf may search any candidate to satisfy himself that He has nothing. Possession that can help in solving his papers. However, the female staff appointed to conduct the examination will deal with female candidates.

Rule No. 6.6.

Any candidate who fails to attend or is found to have in his possession, or to have access to, any papers, books or notes relating to the subject of this paper examination or to give or receive assistance, or any Another is found in using or trying to use. unfair practices in connection with the examination, or is guilty of any of the offenses hereinafter mentioned, shall be removed from the examination hall by the Superintendent of the Centre, or by the Controller of Examination or Inspector of Centres, or by any other officer duly authorized by the Controller. shall be responsible for the emission. examination as well as for any other action which the Board may deem fit.

Rule No. 6.7.

If a candidate is found guilty of removing any page or part thereof from his answer book, his answer book will be cancelled. The Superintendent will file an unfair case against the candidate.

Rule No. 6.8.

If a candidate finds or has any papers, books or notes in the examination centre, he/she will be disqualified from passing that particular examination and appearing in the subsequent examination.

Rule No. 6.9.

If a candidate is found guilty of any of the following offences, he shall be disqualified from passing the examination and appearing in any of the examinations immediately thereafter: (i) in connection with his admission form or examination; Making a false representation in any other document. (ii) forging the signature of another person on any document; (iii) refusing to obey the Superintendent or any other member of the invigilating staff in or near the examination centre; or refusing to make a statement found to be using unfair methods; (iv) refusing to comply with any directions issued by the Board in connection with the examination; (v) Revealing your identity directly or indirectly by making specific marks in your answer book.

Rule 6.10.

If a candidate is found guilty of any of the following offences, he shall be disqualified from passing this examination and from appearing in the two immediate subsequent examinations:- (i) Copying from any paper, book or note; to do (ii) giving or obtaining any assistance in solving any part of the question paper or allowing any other candidate to copy from his answer book, or attempt to do so; (iii) communicating or attempting to communicate directly or indirectly with any examiner to influence him in the award of marks; (iv) induce or attempt to induce, directly or indirectly, any official of the Board or any person engaged in connection with any examination, including the disclosure of a guard; information; (v) committing any misbehavior or causing any disturbance in or around the examination centre, including staging or inciting walkouts; (vi) carrying/smuggling whole or part of any answer book or continuation sheet to an examination centre; (vii) substituting the whole or a part of the answer book or a continuation sheet by the answer book or a continuation sheet which has not been properly issued for the examination; (viii) falsifying, mutilating, altering, erasing or otherwise tampering with any document relating to the examination or making improper use of such document or engaging in such offences; (ix) Using abusive or obscene language in answer book or continuation paper.

Rule No. 6.11.

If a candidate is found guilty of any of the following offences, he shall be disqualified from passing the examination and from appearing at five or more immediately succeeding examinations, or from any future examination. will also not be declared fit to take admission in the examination. Board, according to the gravity of the offense and the circumstances of the case;> (i) possessing firearms or other articles capable of being used as weapons of offense in or around the examination centre; (ii) Indulging in or committing serious misconduct such as impersonation, unauthorized change of examination centre, ill-treatment of any person or Board official in connection with any examination, assault or threat of assault.

Rule No. 6.12.

If a candidate is found guilty of using any other unfair method not specifically mentioned in the rules, he shall be liable to such penalty as may be fixed by the competent authority, provided that he Such penalty shall not exceed the maximum penalty provided therein. Rule 6.10

Rule No. 6.13.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the rules, if an impostor is on the roll of a recognized institution, the Board may order him to be expelled from the institution for two years or more, and the diploma or certificate awarded to him, if Anyone can cancel. Before. If the impersonator is not included in the list of an institution, the diploma or certificate or degree held by him will be canceled by the concerned board/university.

Rule No. 6.14.

. If a candidate is found guilty of more than one offence, the punishments awarded to him for such offenses may run concurrently or consecutively as the competent authority may determine and in the latter case the words occurring in these rules. “that examination” shall have the meaning. Probation immediately after completion of previous sentence.

Rule No. 6.15.

If any person commits a cognizable offence, the Chairman may, in addition to proceeding under the above rules, initiate legal proceedings against the offender under the law for the time being in force.

Rule No. 6.16

. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in these rules, the Chairman shall have the power to impose appropriate punishment on any candidate or student on the rolls of an affiliated institution without referring it to the Disciplinary Committee who fails to conduct the examination. causes any disturbance during or otherwise. Misbehaving in or around any examination hall.

Rule No. 6.17.

Whoever, in the opinion of the Board, or any competent authority or committee or any officer appointed by the Board, is found guilty of: (1) Premature disclosure of a question or question paper knowing that such question or The question paper may be set or set in a written or oral examination; or (2) a substitute answer book, or any part thereof; or (3) dishonestly awarding, more or less marks than the candidate is entitled to, if the examiner is an examiner; or (4) recording dishonest marks in any document higher or lower than the marks awarded to a candidate by the examiner concerned, if the person doing so is other than the examiner; or (5) providing a candidate during his examination, answering a question in a question paper or being put or placed in an oral examination; or (6) mutilates, alters, interferes with or erases any certificate or other document or record maintained by the Board, or uses or causes to be used any certificate, document or record knowing that it is so mutilated; altered, interpolated or erased; or (7) disclose or obtain information relating to examination papers, answer books, examiners, conduct of examinations, mock roll numbers, examination results, or any information related thereto; or (8) falsifying the results of an official examination by any means including alteration of answer books, mutilation, alteration or falsification of any record of the Board; or (9) obstructing in any manner the progress of the examination at any examination centre; or (10) assaults or threatens to assault any person in charge of the examination center or any other person employed in connection with the examination in or near the examination hall; or (11) contacting or influencing any employee of the Board to act corruptly or dishonestly in conducting the examination, declaring the results of the examination, or marking the papers or obtaining confidential information relating to the examination; or (12) attempt or encourage the commission of any of the foregoing acts; Concealment or misrepresentation of facts in any form or document submitted to the Board shall be liable to such action as the Board may deem fit. A finding of fact arrived at by the Board or any competent authority or committee or any officer appointed for the purpose by the Board shall be final and shall not be questioned in any administrative, administrative or judicial proceeding.

Rule No. 6.18

If any examiner or superintendent or any other person employed in connection with the examination fails to comply with any direction issued by the Board or any of its officers, or commits any other irregularity; or secures such appointment by furnishing false particulars by misrepresentation of facts, the Chairman or any officer authorized by him may:-(a) cancel the appointment; or (b) refuse to pay the whole or any part of the compensation; or (c) recovery of money incurred by the Board as a result of non-compliance with the directions; or (d) take such other action as may be deemed necessary. to explain his position within 14 days after issuing the show-cause notice or to give him an opportunity of personal hearing. The Chairman or any officer authorized by him shall be sole. Decide whether there has been any misrepresentation of facts or irregularity or non-compliance with instructions.

Rule No. 6.19.

(i) On receipt of any complaint against any candidate before the declaration of result, the result shall be stayed till the final decision of the complaint i.e. appeal and revision both by the candidate and the office. The Controller of Examinations or an officer authorized by the Chairman shall register a case of unfair average, frame charges against the accused candidate and issue a charge sheet to him calling for an explanation in writing. And he will be told if he wants to be heard in person, he will be heard by the competent authority. If no response is received. Within 15 days of its receipt by the accused candidate in the charge sheet, the Controller of Examinations shall issue a reminder to the accused candidate advising him to respond within 10 days of receipt of the reminder. If not, action will be taken against him. by the candidate. On receipt of the reply to the charge sheet, the Controller of Examinations shall place the same along with the charge sheet before the Disciplinary Committee with the approval of the Chairman (ii) When the Disciplinary Committee agrees, its decision shall be final. If the Committee does not agree, the matter shall be decided by a third person, to be nominated by the Chairman, and his decision shall be final. (iii) No advocate or next of kin or friend shall be allowed to appear. Acting on behalf of or assisting an accused candidate during the proceedings of the Disciplinary or Appeal or Review Committee under these Rules. The date of receipt of the decision in writing and the fee fixed by the Board from time to time shall be deposited in the account of the Board, addressed to the Controller of Examinations. The appeal shall be heard by a Committee of Appeal consisting of three persons to be nominated by the Chairman, excluding persons who have dealt with the case at a previous stage, and hearing the appellant in person. An opportunity will be given. Committee of Appeals if he so desires. However, such a candidate may file a revision petition against the decision of the Appellate Committee within 15 days after such decision by depositing the fee prescribed by the Board from time to time in the account of the Board. The chairman may appoint a committee and the final decision will be taken by the chairman in the light of the recommendations of the committee. The Controller of Examination or any other officer authorized by him also has the right to prefer an appeal and revision against the decision of the Disciplinary Committee and Appeal Committee without collecting any fee with the approval of the Chairman. The Center Superintendent or any member of the supervisory staff may be allowed to do so with the condition that he/she pays the necessary expenses in this regard.

Rule No. 6.20.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these rules, any action or proceeding by the Disciplinary Committee to deal with a case of alleged use of unfair practices in connection with examinations merely by reason of the existence of a vacancy or vacancies in the Committee shall shall not be invalidated, for the absence of a member, or for any irregularity in the appointment of a member of the Committee.

Rule No. 6.21.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these rules, the Standing Committee shall not be required to actually meet to proceed with proceedings or to make decisions on cases assigned to it and shall be open to the members of the Committee. Maybe they can record their own record. opinion or decision when the relevant documents are placed before them.

Rule No. 6.22:

(1) The Chairman shall nominate the members of the Disciplinary and Appeal Committees. Each Discipline Committee shall consist of at least two members while each Appeal Committee shall consist of three members. (2) The Chairman may, if he so desires, nominate three members to the Review Committee to submit their recommendations to the Chairman for approval.

Rule No. 6.23.

Definitions for the purpose of these rules: (1) “Authority” means the Standing Committees or a third person designated under these rules. (2) “Superintendent” means the Superintendent of the Examination Center of the Board; (3) “Examination Centre” means the place at which the Board Examination is held; (4) “Standing Committee” means the Disciplinary, Appeal and Revision Committees or any other committee constituted by the Chairman/Board for a particular purpose under these rules:- (i) Notwithstanding these rules; Anything against, candidate or impersonator, on the expiry of six consecutive examinations (annual and supplementary) in respect of which he was not declared a fit and proper person for admission in future. Examination may, as a special case, be exempted by the Board from further application of the relevant rules. (ii) In case of examinations, which are held once a year, disqualification from two examinations (annual and supplementary) shall mean disqualification for one year. (iii) If a candidate tampers with or falsifies an entry in a certificate or any other document issued by the Board, he shall be deemed to have used unfair means. The Board may revoke the document in question or cancel the result thereof or take such other action, as it may deem necessary. The result of Part-I and Part-II examinations will be cancelled.’

Establishment of examination centers

Rule No. 7.1:

No place shall be considered an examination center unless: 1. Adequate arrangements for furniture, accommodation etc. have been made by the institution to the satisfaction of the Controller of Examination. And 2. The minimum number of regular candidates appearing at the center for the written examination is as follows: (i) Secondary School Certificate Examination or Intermediate Examination (Boys) 150 (ii) Secondary School Certificate or Intermediate Examination (Girls) 75 (iv) Languages (Boys) 100(v) Languages (Girls) 50(vi) P.T.C., C.T, OT, Art and Crafts (Boys) 100(vii) P.T.C., C.T, OT, Art and Crafts (Girls) 70

Rule No. 7.2.

The minimum number of candidates appearing at the Practical Center for Secondary School Certificate or Intermediate examination and PTC, CT, OT and Art and Crafts examination shall be 40.

Rule No. 7.3.

A special center for Secondary School Certificate Examination or Intermediate Examination may be set up for private candidates of Humanities Group on payment of prescribed examination fee per short candidate of a minimum amount of Rs. 5000/- whichever is the maximum provided that the number of candidates from the center is not less than the following:- Secondary School Certificate Examination (1) 60 in case of male (regular) (2) 40 in case of female (regular) )Inter exam
(1) 75 in case of male (regular) (2) 50 in case of female (regular)

Rule No. 7.4.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in these rules, the Chairman shall have power to designate a place as a center of examination in special circumstances on such conditions as may be determined by him.

Rule No. 7.5.

If the number of candidates at a pre-approved center falls below the prescribed minimum number, the center will be closed. To determine the number to maintain a centre, the average of the last three years shall be taken into account.

Rule No. 7.6.

Each institution shall provide such accommodation and furniture and other articles or accessories as may be required by the Board for the establishment of the examination centre. Note: For forming a center, only regular students of an institution should be considered.

Rule No. 7.7.

If the fee is paid for setting up a new center but the center is not set up for any reason, the fee will be refunded to the institution that applied for setting up the centre.

Rule No. 7.8.

The Chairman may dissolve any examination center during the examination on specified grounds or declare any place unsuitable for holding the examination center for such period as he thinks fit.

Appointment of Amanuensis:

Rule No. 8.1.

An amnesty shall be allowed only in the following cases: (i) blind candidate; (ii) Candidates who are permanently disabled in writing with their hands.

Rule No. 8.2.

The Controller of Examination will arrange for the appointment of an amanuensis and inform the Superintendent of the Center concerned.

Rule No. 8.3.

The amanuensis will be of lower education than the candidate and will not be affiliated with the institution to which the candidate belongs.

Rule No. 8.4

The Superintendent will arrange a separate room for the disabled candidate and appoint a special invigilator for him.

Rule No. 8.5.

Amanvensis shall be paid in accordance with the rates fixed by the Board and the Special Supervisor from time to time.

Rule No. 8.6.

Admonitions and supervisor’s claim will be added to the supervisors’ bill by the superintendent.

Rule No. 8.7.

No additional fee will be charged to any candidate who has been granted amnesty.

Rule No. 8.8.

Blind candidates may be given additional time of 45 minutes for filing their answers in the examination hall.

Change of Examination Center:

Rule No. 9.1

A center once allotted will not normally be changed. However, to avoid genuine difficulties, the Controller of Examinations may, in exceptional cases covered by these rules, allow change of centre, subject to the approval of the Chairman. The local center will not be changed under any circumstances.

Rule No. 9.2.

Candidates may be allowed to change the examination center if the candidate or his father or guardian is transferred. The fact of transfer shall be verified by the Head of the Office to which the candidate or his father or guardian has been transferred. The fact of transfer shall be verified by the head of the office in which the candidate or his father or guardian is employed.

Rule No. 9.3.

Application for change of center shall be made in a prescribed form and submitted by the authority which certified the candidate’s admission form.

Rule No. 9.4.

The application must be accompanied by two copies of the candidate’s photograph duly signed by the candidate, on the back of which the candidate’s admission form is attested.

Rule No. 9.5.

Requests for change of center will normally be accepted up to 20 days prior to the commencement of the examination.

Rule No. 9.6.

Each application for change of center will be accompanied by a fixed fee which is non-refundable even if the change of center is not availed of or not permitted.

Rule No. 9.7.

The Controller of Examination shall have the power to reject the request for change of center without assigning any reason.

Rules for Professional Examinations

Regrading of admission of candidates to Primary Teaching Certificate (PTC), Certificate in Teaching (CT), Oriental Teaching Certificate (OTC) Certificate in Art and Crafts (CAC) Certificate (CAC) Cert.
Note: A word providing masculine gender will be taken to include women. And the singular shall include the plural and vice versa.

1. Commencement of Examination.

(1) Examinations for Primary Teaching Certificate, Certificate in Teaching, Oriental Teacher and Art Crafts (DM) shall be held every year on such dates and places as may be fixed by the Chairman and shall be regular and open for service. Other candidates as specifically permitted under the rules. The names of the examinations shall be as follows:- (i) Primary Teaching Certificate (Annual) Examination. Primary Teaching Certificate (Supplementary) Examination. (ii) Certificate in Teaching (Annual) Examination. Certificate in Teaching (Supplementary) Examination. (iii) Oriental Teacher (Annual) Examination. Orient (iv) Art Crafts (Annual) Examination. Art Crafts (Supplementary) Examination.

2. Eligibility Conditions for Regular Candidates.

To be eligible to appear for the PTC, CT, OT, ART, and Crafts (DM) examinations, a regular candidate must have: (1) passed, not less than one year ago; , (i) Secondary School Certificate Examination in the case of PTC Examination; (ii) in the case of Art Crafts examinations; (ii) Intermediate Examination in case of C.T.; (ii) Secondary School Certificate Examination with Drawing as a subject. Examination; (iv) Secondary School Certificate Secondary Examinations in case of O.T. Examination. Provided that a candidate who has re-appeared and passed the failed subjects in the Secondary School Certificate, Intermediate and Advanced Examinations, the period of one year shall be counted from the year in which he was allowed to re-appear. . (2) Have been enrolled in an institution for at least 39 weeks of the year preceding the examination. (3) The prescribed enrollment and sports fees shall be paid to the Board at the time of admission to the institution. (4) Affixed three copies thereof. His recent photograph (in case of male candidate) and thumb impression (in case of female candidate) signed and attested by the person who signs the certificate prescribed in the rules. Note:- Female candidates must be retained. Photographs at the examination center duly attested by the authority who has verified their admission forms for proper identification. (5) Submit your admission form and prescribed fee to the office of the Board through the Head of your institution by this date. with the following certificates signed by the Head of the Institution, as may be determined by the Chairman, (i) of being of good character; (ii) (a) Not attending less than 75 per cent of the total number of lectures. presented in each subject taken up for study; (b) Perform at least 75% of the total number of practicals prescribed for each subject of study of which a component consists of practical work. (iii) Devoting (a) during the 39 academic weeks preceding the examination. Homework during class stay..(iv) Satisfactory performance of class work and home work during class stay.

3. Student performance record.

Heads of Institutions shall keep proper records of attendance, class assignments, homework, manual work and civil defense training referred to in Rule 2(5) and proper records of individual candidates required under the system of internal examination. Accordingly, they shall also keep a proper record of the marks secured by the students in the periodic tests conducted during the course of study. They shall submit the subject wise marks obtained by the students on the award lists provided by the Board immediately after the conclusion of the Board Examination.

4. Counting of lectures.

(2) Lectures shall normally be counted from the commencement of classes to the 14th day before the commencement of the examination. (3) A candidate who takes admission late, the duration of his lectures shall be counted from the commencement of the academic session. If a candidate whose result of SSC, Intermediate, Final examination is declared late, his lectures/periods will be counted from the 10th day of publication of result or after his joining the institution whichever is earlier. (4) If the candidate is short of required number of lectures/practicals at the time of submission of admission form and fee to the Board but is likely to make up the shortfall with time. The Head of the Institution may send his admission form and fee to the Board temporarily while the shortage of candidates is met. If the candidate fails to make up this shortfall by the 14th day before the commencement of the examination, the candidate will be disqualified for the examination. Under the registered cover, the Head of the Institution shall withdraw his candidate by writing to the Controller of Examinations within 10 days from the commencement of the examination failing which the admission fee shall not be refunded. (5) If no candidate is less than the required number of lectures/practicals at the time of submission of admission form and fee to the Board but subsequently less than the required percentage, the Head of the Institution shall withdraw the candidature by writing the Controller of Examinations. before the 10th day from the commencement of the examination specified under rule 4 (3). Excuse the lack of lectures/practicals. However, in case of a candidate who has been sent to participate in officially authorized inter-institutional/inter-board/inter-provincial or national activities, the lectures/practicals delivered during the period shall be counted towards the total will not be counted in the number. Lectures/Practicals delivered for the purpose of calculating the fixed percentage of attendance in Lectures/Practicals. Deficiency before supplementary examination.

6. Withdrawal of candidature.

The head of the institution may withdraw the candidature in accordance with the rules laid down in Chapter XII of the Calendar of the Board.

7. Eligibility conditions for in-service candidates

(1) To be eligible to appear in the PTC., CT., OT., Art Crafts (DM) Examinations, an in-service candidate must have passed, not less than one year before: (i) SSC Examination PTC Examination In the case of; (ii) SSC examination with drawing as a subject in case of Art Crafts (DM) examinations; (iii) Intermediate examination in case of CT examination; (iv) Examination in case of SSC Fazil OT Examination. Provided that in case of a candidate who has passed Secondary School Certificate. By re-appearing in the subjects failed in the intermediate and advanced examination, the period of one year shall be reckoned from the year in which he was allowed to re-appear. on such dates as may be fixed by the Chairman and with the following certificates signed by the authorized person. A school run by the Government (Federal/Provincial) or local bodies (Corporations, Metropolitan Corporations, Municipal Committees and Town Committees Railways, WAPDA) as an untrained or trained teacher. (ii) Possessing good moral character. Area falling within the territorial limits of the Boards. (iv) Not being a candidate for any examination conducted by this or any other Board or University in the same year/session. (3) Submit four copies thereof. His recent photographs authenticated by the authority prescribed under rule 3.3.

8. Title of in-service candidate for appearing in second examination

Subject to other eligibility conditions;_(i) Trained PTC teachers shall be eligible for CT, OT, and Art and Crafts (DM) examinations. Its equivalent will be eligible for CT examination. (iii) Untrained teachers of the following categories shall be eligible for the said examination against each:-PTC Untrained for PTC Examination CT (EST) Untrained for CT Examinations/OT un-OT Examination Trained for Untrained for DM (Arts and Crafts) Examinations.

9. To check the eligibility of the candidate for service.

The board will check the eligibility of the in-service candidates with the following original documents. Letter of appointment 2. Service Book 3. Qabat al-Arashi (nine months) 4. Service Certificate up to date (DEO/Concerned Authority)

10. Authority Competent to Sign/Verify Admission Form.

The following persons shall be authorized to sign/verify the certificate and photograph/thumb impression of the candidates mentioned in rule 7:-

For regular/late regular candidates.

(1) Head of the concerned institution. For in-service candidates:- (2) (i) Head of the institution where the candidate is serving as a teacher, if the head of the institution is the candidate himself, the Center Headmaster/Headmistress concerned. The concerned authority from the DEO. (3) The authority verifying the admission form shall affix his signature and stamp in full on the photographs/ thumbprints of the candidates and the admission form.

11. Eligibility Conditions for Late Regular Candidates.

(1) A regular candidate, who has appeared in one or two subjects and failed, may re-appear as a late regular candidate in the immediately subsequent examination. A fresh candidate in complete subjects, as a late regular candidate. (3) A candidate of category 1 and 2 above shall also fulfill the conditions of rule 7.
12. Candidates from outside regional boundaries.

P.T.C., C.T., OT., and Art & Crafts (D.M) Examinations shall also be open to the candidate residing permanently or temporarily in or belonging to the territorial limits of the Board. Such candidates shall produce the following certificates in addition to the certificates mentioned in Rule 7.:-(a) That he resides or belongs to a place permanently or temporarily within the territorial limits of the Board. The concerned board has no objection to the candidate appearing in the examination conducted by the board.

13. Number of attempts to qualify the examination.

(1) To qualify for grant of PTC, CT, OT, and Art and Crafts (DM) examinations, a candidate shall be given a maximum of three consecutive opportunities beginning with that examination. and will include the examination in which the candidate appears. For the first time provided the candidate must pass at least 10 subjects in PTC and CT examinations, 8 subjects in Art and Crafts (DM) examination and 7 subjects in OT examination to be eligible to appear again in the first attempt. Failing/dropping subjects in second and third attempt. (2) If a candidate fails to qualify the examination in the first or second attempt, he shall be exempted in the subject in which he has passed in the attempt/s. and is permitted to re-appear in the subject/subject in which he has failed in a subsequent attempt. On qualifying the examination, such candidate will be issued with a certificate of passing the examination “part wise”. (3) No additional opportunity for examination shall be granted in lieu of an opportunity missed for any reason except in the following cases:-(i) Candidates involved in cases of alleged use of unfair methods but acquitted. And the decision is taken so late that the period of possibility already allowed expires. (4) Candidates belonging to the above categories will be eligible to appear in the next examination immediately after the declaration of their results. If the result is not declared forty days before the commencement of the next examination, they will have the option to appear either in the immediate next examination or in the next subsequent examination. Three consecutive attempts permitted, may repeat the examination as a fresh candidate in complete subjects, if otherwise eligible. 14. A candidate who is blind or deaf and dumb may pass the examination without any restriction on the number of examination occasions/attempts referred to above and shall be exempted from re-sighting of these papers. In which they have passed once. .

15. Absence from Examination:

(1) A candidate, who has failed to appear in one or two subjects of an examination, shall be deemed to have failed to secure a pass mark in the subject/subjects. The examination will be treated as absent and no result card will be issued. (3) A candidate admitted to the examination who remains absent throughout the examination shall be allowed to appear in all subjects in the next examination on submission of fresh forms and fees. If otherwise eligible.

16. Scheme of Studies.

Scheme of Study for P.T.C., C.T., OT., and Art and Crafts (DM) Examination including subjects, combination of subjects, groups, their weightage in terms of marks, number of papers for a subject, duration of each paper etc. . As may be suggested.

17. Medium of Examination.

The medium of examination in all subjects other than English shall be Urdu, provided that nothing in this rule prohibits the translation of an English text into Urdu and vice versa.

18. Pass marks.

To pass in a subject, a candidate must secure at least 33% of the total number of marks sanctioned for that subject, provided that a portion of the minimum pass marks is disregarded.

19. Eligibility Conditions.

To qualify for the grant of PTC, CT, OT and Art and Crafts (DM) examinations, a candidate must pass in all the subjects, which are offered as per the Scheme of Studies. It is mandatory for the candidate to clear the external and internal examinations separately.

20. Appointment to Grades.

A candidate, who has qualified for PTC, CT, OT and Art and Crafts (DM) Certificate, will be placed in one of the following grades:- Percentage of Marks: Grade Remarks 80% and above marks A+ Exceptional 70% and above marks but below 80% A Excellent 60% and above marks but 70% B Very good 50% and above marks but 60% C Good 40% and above marks but less than 50% D good pass marks and above but less than 40% satisfactory.

21. Unfair practices in examination.

(1) A candidate, who has been disqualified for using unfair means in an examination, shall be allowed to appear in the subsequent examination after the period of disqualification in the prescribed syllabus in complete subjects if otherwise qualified. be (2) A candidate who was allowed to re-appear in one or more subjects in the annual/supplementary examination and was disqualified for using unfair methods in that examination, after the expiry of the period of disqualification in the syllabus/syllabus. Then participation in this/these subjects may be allowed. Enforce provided that this facility shall not be available to the candidate appearing on the last sanctioned occasion.

22. Transfer from other Boards.

(1) A candidate for the following services may be allowed to complete his examination in the Board on production of No Objection Certificate and Detailed Marks Certificate from the concerned Board by his guardian/parent from one jurisdiction to another jurisdiction. In case of transfer of power to:-(i) Defense Services; (ii) General/Provincial Services; (2) A candidate in whose service the parent is transferred to the jurisdiction of the Board may be allowed to complete it, after having already cleared certain subjects from the other Board. Examination by re-appearing in remaining subjects. Such a candidate, on passing the remaining subjects, will be issued a certificate of passing the examination and the marks obtained by him in the subjects cleared by him from other boards will be included in the certificate with the name of that board. (3) Students who have paid the admission fee and submitted the admission papers to a board where their parents are working as Government servants, shall be allowed to appear in the examination of the new board under whose jurisdiction they belong. His parents were transferred and he had to go with them. In such case the admission form and fee will be transferred to the new board so that the students can appear in the respective examination.

23. Rates of admission fee etc. and submission of admission form.1. Prescribed rates of examination fee including subject wise mark issuance fee and final certificate for PTC, Art and Crafts (DM), CT and OT examinations will be applicable.2. A registration fee of Rs.125+35 will be paid to the Board as sports fee by each regular candidate at the time of admission to a class in an institution and by each in-service candidate at the time of submission of their admission form and examination fee. Registration and sports fee for the examination will be accepted once as per the following three stages:- First stage with single fee Second stage with double fee Third stage with triple fee (from the commencement of examination up to 20 days ago). The procedure for the supplementary examination will be at the discretion of the Chairman. (iii) The admission form and fee must reach the office on the date fixed by the Chairman without late fee. If the admission form is sent by registered post and the prescribed fee is deposited in the bank or sent by money order on or before the last date fixed for receipt of the admission form without late fee, the admission form shall be deemed received. time provided it is received in the office of the Board within 5 days of the prescribed closing date without late fee. However, such admission forms may be resubmitted on payment of the prescribed fee which shall be payable on the date of resubmission as per the schedule along with such penalty as may be prescribed by the Board. Unless there is a defect on his part and the candidate has to re-appear in the subsequent examination on the basis of such result, the admission form and prescribed fee for the examination of such candidate may be accepted without payment. 15 days from the date of declaration of its result with late fee or the prescribed date for submission of form and fee without late fee, whichever is later.

24. Eligibility to reappear.

A candidate who has failed an examination may present himself for one or more subsequent examinations provided he satisfies the office, on each occasion, that he has satisfied the conditions laid down in the Rules for the Admission of Candidates to the Examination. has fulfilled The Board further provides that a student of a recognized institution, who is unable to pass the Board examination within one year from the date of his first failure, shall not be admitted as a regular candidate in any examination after that period. He can then sit for the public examination as a late regular candidate.

25. Syllabus of Examination.

Candidates of all categories will appear in the current syllabus.

26. Restrictions on appearing in examination.

No person who has passed the examination shall be permitted to re-appear in the same examination except as specifically provided in the rules or regulations of the examination concerned.

27. Correspondence.

All correspondence relating to examinations conducted by the Board shall be addressed to the Controller of Examinations of the Board and delivered to the office by the dates fixed by the office.

28. Exclusion from examination.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the provisions relating to examinations, the Chairman shall have power to exclude any person from any examination if he is satisfied that such candidate is not fit to appear therefor.

29. Prohibition on examination.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in these rules, any candidate who is undergoing any suspension at the time of submission of application form or during the period of examination or who has been expelled during the academic year immediately preceding the date of examination which he intends to attend. will be admitted to the exam.

30. Ban on ineligible candidates.

Any candidate who has been debarred or expelled or rusted by any examining body/institution shall not be admitted to any examination before the expiry of the period for which he is ineligible. has been declared

31. Power to declare failure.

(1) A candidate permitted to re-appear may, at his option, be declared failed and treated accordingly for the purpose of re-examination, if otherwise qualified. (2) Such candidate shall inform the Controller of Examinations within 30 days of the declaration of results. (3) The option once exercised by the candidate shall be final and irrevocable 32.

Option to re-display candidates to display complete combinations and contrast. Reappearing candidates may be allowed to appear in the full set of subjects even after submitting the admission form on application on plain paper at least 30 days before the commencement of the examination. Further, a re-appearing candidate, who has opted for full combination of subjects in the admission form, will also be allowed to appear only in his failed subjects, if otherwise eligible, on the application referred to above. reach the office within the specified period and thereafter the following fees will be levied if his request for change of option is received:- (i) Within less than 30 days from the commencement of the examination. 100/. (ii) 20 days after the commencement of the examination from the announcement. Result 150/- Rs

33. Change of subjects.

(1) A candidate who appears but fails in one or two subjects shall be eligible to re-appear in the failed subjects only unless he appears as a fresh candidate (full combination) at a subsequent examination. But don’t be present. (2) Subjects will change. governed by the relevant rules.

34. Discount marks.

Five concession marks will be awarded in one subject to pass the examination, provided that these marks are not physically added to the examination.

35. Improvement of. Signs

A candidate will not be allowed to appear for improvement of marks after passing the examination.

36. Operation of Rules

(1) These rules shall come into force immediately. (2) The relevant rules relating to other board examinations shall also be applicable for PTC, CT, OT and Art Crafts (DM) examinations.
Comparative statement of rates.