BISE Abbottabad Board Matric Annual Result 2014 to announce in this week. BISE abbottabad Board SSC Part 1 part 2 Matric 9th 10th class Annual Exam Online Result 2014 -::
We cover BISE abbottabad 9th, 10th, SSC Part 1 and 2, Matric, HSSC, Intermediate, Inter, FA, FSC classes result. Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education abbottabad (BISE abbottabad) KPK -Result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Matric exams 2014 has been announced on 15th June 2014 at Board Office abbottabad. BISE abbottabad Matric 9th & 10th Annual Exam Results 2014 of all candidates. abbottabad Board Result matric 2014, abbottabad Board online Result for ssc Annual 2014, abbottabad board result 2014 of matric 2014 by roll number top 10 The Board OF Bise abbottabad 9th 10th Result 2014 Bise abbottabad Board Expected date For announcement On 15th June 2014, Result abbottabad Board by name & father name on This Web site Paki World. The Bise matric exam result 2014 announcing The abbottabad board official website
Officially Announcement by BISE ABBOTTABAD Board :::
Result Will be Announced by BISE Abbottabad Board at 05:00 PM, (17th June Tueday) So keep visiting!!!!
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BISE Abbottabad came into being as a result of the break-up of Peshawar Board in 1990 under the North West Frontier Province Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act 1990. It is working in its own building on Murree Road , Abbottabad.
Due to increase in work load on matric section, the conduct section has been divided into two separate sections. Conduct 1 to deal with matric and conduct 2 to deal with intermediate. A printing section has also been created for printing of question papers.
The Board is governed by a Calendar based on NWFP BISE Act 1990. The act along with regulations and rules provide a complete compendium of instructions for running the Board. Within the parameters laid down by this act, the Board makes rules and regulations for its running. In addition the Controlling Authority also has the powers to provide directions to the Board to regulate any activity.
Five districts, namely Haripur, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Battagram and Kohistan. This encompasses an area of 17,194 square kilometres and a population of 3.47 millions.