Students had to pay Rs5 each to get result thru SMS; probe demanded

DG Khan BISE fails to upload SSC Part-I results

M Kumail Hayder

dera ghazi khan—Among nine Boards of Intermediate for Secondary Education of Punjab, only BISE DG Khan failed to upload SSC Part I (9th class) result 2016 on official website according to prescribed official time 10:10 am on result day, August 20, 2016.
Hundreds and thousands of students along with parents suffered serious deprivation to check their SSC Part I (9th class) result 2016 on the official website of BISE, DG Khan Board, that was upto late afternoon due to administrative incompetence.
One Muhammad Khalil Khan, father of a student, expressed disappointment and said that it was official duty of BISE administration to upload the result details on the official website at 10:10 am on result day but due to intentional negligence result could not be updated till afternoon.
Resultant all the students who were waiting for the DG Khan Board 9th class result 2016 were not able to check their result on official website and suffered hardship.
Khalil exposed that thousands of students had to obtain their results on mobile. They sent their roll number on 800295 and paid five rupees per message. In this way, BISE DG Khan forcibly received thousands of rupees from poor students, who had to pay for only result information.
On the other hand, it is alleged that Compact Disc (CD) of result details was sold on black rate in the market.
Parents of another student demanded that a fair inquiry should be conducted for this negligence of the board officials due to which thousands of students had to suffer.
When contacted Chairman of BISE, DG Khan, Dr. Muhammad Shafi said that due to some technical problem in the internet administration could not upload result on official website at proper time. However, after rectification of technical fault it was uploaded at noon.
The Chairman assured that a proper investigation will be conducted into the affairs which caused serious problems to the students and their parents.

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