May 27, 2024
1st Year Result 2023 BISE Federal Board

BISE Rawalpindi Board 1st Year -11th Class Result 2023

Result Announcement: BISE Rawalpindi Board 1st Year or 11th Class Result 2023 will be announced on 10 October 2023 on Tuesday time at 10:00 am. The FA and FSC Part 1 Class Results will be available online and students can their results by roll number, SMS, and Name. The Gazzete Result students can download on the day of the Result announcement.1st Year Students are advised to keep an eye out for the official announcement Bahawalpur Board. The board is responsible for setting up examination centers, conducting exams, and releasing results for students who appear in these exams.

1st Year Result 2023 Rawalpindi Board Announced on 10 October 2023
Time10 am
Result in availabilityOnline By Roll Number, SMS.Gazzete
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1st Year Result 2023 Rawalpindi Board

Dear Students: According to the official announcement Rawalpindi Board has set the date for the declaration of the 11th class result in 2023. The result for the 11th Class academic year 2023 will be officially announced on 10 October 2023. When the results are announced, you will be able to check them online or by SMS. To check the results online, you will need to visit the Rawalpindi Board website and enter your roll number. You can also check BISE Rawalpindi Board 1st Year -11th Class Result 2023 by SMS by sending your roll number to 800296.

Rawalpindi Board 1st Year Result 2023 Check By Roll Number

You can check Rawalpindi Board 1st Year Result 2023 By Roll Number by following these easy steps:

1:Visit the Official website of Rawalpindi Board

2: Go to the Result Menu and click on it.

3: After that Your Result Menu will appear and select your Class from that.

4: Enter 1st year Rawalpindi Board Roll Number.

5: Then click on the Search result Button.

6: After all these steps you will see your detailed marks of the result.

Rawalpindi Board 11th Class Result 2023 Online Check

The Rawalpindi Board 11th class result 2023 will be available online and students can check their results online by Following these Step-by-Step Guide to Check the Result:

  1. Visit the Official Website: Go to the BISE Rawalpindi Board’s official website or
  2. Find the Result Section: On the homepage, locate the “Result” section. This may be prominently displayed or listed under the “Examinations” or “Academics” category.
  3. Select Examination Year: From the drop-down menu, choose the examination year, which in this case is “2023.”
  4. Choose Class: Select “11th Class” from the provided options.
  5. Enter Roll Number: Input your unique roll number accurately in the designated space. Ensure there are no errors, as even a small mistake can lead to incorrect results.
  6. Verify Information: Double-check the provided information before proceeding to avoid any discrepancies.
  7. Submit and View Result: Click on the “Search” or “View Result” button. Your Rawalpindi Board 11th class result for 2023 will be displayed on the screen.

1st Year Result 2023 Rawalpindi Board Check By Name

Here are the steps on how to check the 1st Year Result 2023 Rawalpindi Board by name:

  1. Go to the BISE Rawalpindi website:
  2. Click on the Result tab.
  3. Select the 1st Year option from the result options.
  4. Click on the Gazette button.
  5. Write Your name in the search box.
  6. Click the Search button.

Passing Marks in Rawalpindi Board

The passing marks of Rawalpindi Board for 11th class 2023 are 33% in each subject. So, it means students must score at least 33% of the total marks in a subject in order to pass. In 1st Year exam 2023 if a subject has 100 marks, then a student must score at least 33 marks in order to pass. If a student scores less than 33 marks in a subject. They will fail that subject and will need to retake it in the supplementary exams.

The passing marks are the same for all subjects, regardless of the difficulty level of the subject. This means that a student who finds a subject difficult will still need to score at least 33% in order to pass. This means that the passing marks will be the same for all future exams.