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Nov 19 Results of Inter Part 1 will be announced of Lahore Board officials



Punjab Education Department issues notification to all eight educational boards forrestoration of manual system.
LAHORE: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has recompiled the results of first year students that were earlier announced with huge errors by the computerised grading system and will formally announce the results on November 19, reported Express 24/7 on Saturday.
According to sources, it has been decided that all eight boards of Punjab will not be announcing the results at the same time.
The principals and teachers of various colleges along with students’ parents will be briefed from November 16-18 regarding the result checking procedure adopted by the board this time.
For the rechecking, the teachers have been paid Rs10 for checking each objective paper and Rs12 instead of Rs6 for checking each subjective-type paper.
Students across Punjab protested against errors in their results which were compiled by the new computerised system. The massive protests led to the cancellation of their results, and the Punjab government announced the rechecking of exams.
NAB arrests former IT consultant

The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Punjab has arrested former IT consultant of the Lahore Board, Dr Majid Naeem on charges of corruption, Express 24/7 reported. He had earlier been sacked from his post following massive errors in the online intermediateexamination results.
Director NAB Punjab Atiqur Rehman said that Naeem had been arrested under corruption charges of Rs4.1 million during his posting at Punjab University.
Naeem will be presented in the accountability court for remand.
Judicial commission asks boards to submit statements by Monday
The judicial commission conducting the inquiry into the Intermediate result fiasco on Saturday asked the eight boards in Punjab to submit their written statements by Monday.
Former Higher Education Secretary Ahad Cheema, during the hearing, said that the Examination Controller is responsible for the irregularity in the results.
While appreciating the capabilities of Dr Majid Naeem, who created the online result system, Cheema said that improper implementation of the system resulted in the mishap, while Former Chairman Lahore board Akram Kashmiri said that the responsibility of the fiasco lies with Dr Naeem.
Justice Shahid Saeed conducting the inquiry said that former chairman and secretary are equally responsible of the debacle as they hired Dr Naeem despite knowing that he was suspended from Punjab University, UET and also from Wapda while there is also a case against him in National Accountability Bureau (NAB) as well

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