21 Sept 2022

Rechecking/Improve Division/Reappearing in 2nd Annual Exams Criteria & Requirement


How to Re-Appear/Re-Check Papers/Improve Division Matric/Inter

All Punjab Boards announced the result of the 10th class on 31st August 2022 whereas 9th class results have been declared on 19th September 2022. The candidates affiliated with all nine educational boards of Punjab can check the results. After the declaration of the results, many students apply for rechecking in case they do not feel satisfied with their marks obtained in the annual exam of matric. In addition, the candidates that failed in any subject have also to reappear in the exam in order to pass it. The Punjab educational boards have been struggling hard to facilitate the students before the commencement of the annual exam and even after the announcement of the result. 

Rechecking of Papers

While applying for the rechecking of the papers the students have to follow the instructions mentioned below. 

1.      For rechecking, the candidates have to submit the application form to the relevant board authorities.

2.      Usually, the candidates applying for recheck can submit the application form up to 15 days after the announcement of the result.

3.      The candidates have to submit the form according to the schedule. The incomplete and late submitted application forms will be rejected. 

4.      Seven days after the rechecking of the papers the students will be notified about the correction in the marks in the case of any counting mistake. 

5.      It is not sure that there will be a full chance of an increase in the marks if you apply for the rechecking. 

6.      Make sure to follow all the instructions regarding the rechecking of the papers to avoid any problem. 

Why Students Apply for Recheck of Papers

Following are some of the reasons why the students want to recheck the papers after the declaration of the results.

·        They want to make sure that the marks on the result card are the same as the marks on the written paper.

·        Is there any question remains without a tick mark.


The students who fail in any subject or want to improve their marks or grades will be provided four examination chances within the period of three years after passing the exam but the students cannot get higher education during that period. Anyhow, it is the choice of the student whether he/she appears in the annual exam for the improvement in the marks in the SSC annual exam or as a whole. Once the result of the candidate improves, she/he will not be allowed to take the exams again. The higher qualification means the completion of HSSC for the candidates appearing to improve the result of Matriculation. The candidates who want to improve overall grades E or D are permitted to take the four chances till they achieve grade C. The candidates appearing for improvement in the exam after a gap of two years from the year of the passing of the SSC exam will have to provide an affidavit that he/she has not get the higher qualification. The Result Sheet and Certificate issued by the Board should show the number of attempts availed by the candidates. The candidates who had appeared in SSC Examination (Annual) 2020 and onward can also avail of these chances if they have not improved their matric results previously. Moreover, the candidates having an overall ‘E’ grade or ‘D' grade may avail their chances accordingly.


Reappearing In 2nd Annual Exam

The supplementary/2nd annual examination is conducted by the Board for the students that fail in any subject. To appear in the exam the students have to submit the examination form along with the prescribed fee to the respective board authorities. The schedule for the commencement of the supply exam will be soon provided to the candidates.



No comments:

Post a Comment