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Rules for SSC (Part System) for the Session 2005
View Scheme of Studies for SSC (Classes IX-X) 2006

1. Govt. of the Punjab Education Department has approved the reforms in the examination system introducing a new scheme of studies from class 1 to 12 vide notification no: SO (A-11) 8-5/2002 dated 27-2004, which is implemented w.e.f 1st April, 2004.
The Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Education have conducted. The SSC Exam. Part-I (Class 9th) Exam in March 2005 and will hold Part-II (Class 10th ) Exam in March, 2006 under this new system.

2. (i) Private Candidates will not be allowed to appear in Science Group and Other Practical Examination. However, it will be decided in the coming Educational Session 2005-2007.

(ii) Part-wise system has been introduced in the new scheme of studies for the SSC Exam. and according to new scheme of studies Secondary School Certificate Examination will have 1050 total marks. Division of subjects and papers with marks per subject for Examination of Part-I (Class 9th) and Part-II (Class 10th) will be as under:



Science Group
    With Computer Science
    With Technical Subject
 
Technical Group
 
Arts Group
    With Two Elective Subjects
    With Elective + Technical Subjects
    With Computer Science + Technical Subjects
    Dars-e-Nizami Group
    Elective Subjects for General Group
    List of Technical Subjects (Elective)
    Elective Subjects for Deaf and Dumb Candidates


Science Group

With Biology

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory) 75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
Physics 60 Physics 60 30
Chemistry 60 Chemistry 60 30
Biology 60 Biology 60 30
Total 480 Total 480+ 90=570

 

With Computer Science

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
Physics 60 Physics 60 30
Chemistry 60 Chemistry 60 30
Computer Science 50 Computer Science 50 50
Total 470 Total 470+ 110=580

 

With Technical Subject

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
Physics 60 Physics 60 30
Chemistry 60 Chemistry 60 30
Technical Subject 40 Technical Subject 40 70
Total 460 Total 460+ 130=590


Technical Group

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
General Science 75 General Science 75 30
Two Technical
Subjects
40+40=80 Two Technical
Subjects
40+40=80 70+70=140
Total 455 Total 455+ 140=595



Arts Group

With Two Elective Subject
s

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75
English 75 English 75
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75
General Science 75 General Science 75
Two Elective Subjects 75+75=150 Two Elective Subjects 75+75=150
Total 525 Total 525



With Elective + Technical Subjects


Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
General Science 75 General Science 75  
Elective Subject 75 Elective Subject 75  
Technical Subject 40 Technical Subject 40 70
Total 490 Total 490+ 70=560



With Computer Science + Technical Subjects

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks (Theory) Marks (Practical)
Urdu 75 Urdu 75  
English 75 English 75  
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75  
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75  
General Science 75 General Science 75  
Computer Science 50 Computer Science 50 50
Technical Subject 40 Technical Subject 40 70
Total 465 Total 465+ 120=585


Dars-e-Nizami Group

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks
Urdu 75 Urdu 75
English 75 English 75
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75
General Science 75 General Science 75
Al Quran 75 Al Quran 75
Al Hadith ul Fiqh 75 Al Hadith ul Fiqh 75
Total 525 Total 525

Deaf and Dumb Candidates

Selection of subjects for deaf and dumb candidates.
According to secondary school part system scheme of studies, selection /division of subjects for deaf and dumb candidates will be as follows.

Part I (Class 9) Part II (Class 10)
Subjects Marks (Theory) Subjects Marks
Urdu 75 Urdu 75
English 75 English 75
Islamiyat (Compulsory)
Or Ethics for Non Muslims
75 Pak Studies 75
Mathematics 75 Mathematics 75
General Science 75 General Science 75
Two Elective Subjects 75 + 75=150 Two Elective Subjects 75 + 75=150
Total 525 Total 525


Elective Subjects for General Group


Sr. No
Subject
Sr. No
Subject
1.
Islamiyat elective or History of Islam
13.
Home economics and home management
2.
Economics
14.
Food and nutrition
3.
Civics
15.
Dress textile
4.
Education
16.
Art and model drawing
5.
Physical education
17.
Home budget and related problem
6.
Computer science
18.
Physiology and hygiene
7.
Urdu literature/English /Arabic/Persian/Punjabi
19.
Geology
8.
Environmental studies
20.
Children's care and domestic life
9.
History of indo Pak
21.
Geo-metrical and technical drawing
10.
Geography
22.
Astronomy and space science
11.
Commercial geography
23.
Military science
12.
Elements of home economics

Note: Curriculum is not available that is why these subjects will not be chosen.


List of Technical Subjects (Elective)


Sr. No
Subject
Sr. No
Subject
1.
Repair and maintenance of domestic
refrigerator and air conditioners
22.
Leather goods making
2.
Electrical wiring
23.
Minor repairing and maintenance of diesel engine
3.
Repair and maintenance of house hold elements
24.
Minor repairing and maintenance of petrol engine
4.
Radio and tape recorder repairing
25.
Sere culture (slick wormer zing)
5.
TV repairing
26.
Flowery culture
6.
Plumbering / sanitary fitting
27.
Stuffed toys and doll making
7.
Welding (gas and electric)
28.
Photography
8.
Auto mechanic (motor cycle scooters)
29.
Flower work
9.
Computer hard ware
30.
Glass work (glass blowing, cutting and farming)
10.
Food processing and preservation
31.
Art and painting and calligraphy
11.
Servicing and minor repair of tractors
32.
Poultry (cartridge industry )
12.
Poultry farming
33.
Cooking and baking
13.
Fish farming
Note: Curriculum not available So these subjects can not be opted
14.
Dress making and fashion designing
15.
Beautician
16.
Wood work(boat making)
17.
Wood work (furniture making)
18.
Auto electrician
19.
Wheel balancing and velcronising
20.
Ciramax
21.
Sheet metal work


Elective Subjects for Deaf and Dumb Candidates

1.
Tailoring
5.
Type Writing
2.
Embroidering
6.
Drawing
3.
Carpeting
7.
Bakery
4.
Dari sazi
8.
Hosiery


3. Learning Achievements of the candidates will be assessed on the basis of his Textual knowledge, comprehension, application and analysis of his learning.

4. Question papers will contain questions in the manner as under:-

  1. Multiple Choice Questions.
  2. Matching lists words.
  3. Completion of sentences.
  4. Short answers questions.
  5. Long answers / Essay Type Questions.
Number of these questions will be fixed according to their learning weight age and scheme given in curriculum.

5. All questions of Objective Part will be Compulsory, However there will be 33% choice in Essay Type Part.

6. Question Papers will consist on four pages. Objective Type questions i.e. Multiple Choice, Matching, Completion and Short Answers, will be done only on the question papers.

7. Questions will not be given any number to avoid recognition's of questions and any leakage.

8. Candidate will not be allowed to carry any question or a part of question of objective paper outside of examination centre.

9. Any cutting or over writing will be considered as wrong in any objective question.

10. Only blue ink will be allowed to write answers there will be permission to use calculator. However Mini Computer Type Calculators will not be allowed to use during examination.

11. Admission in Part-I (class 9) will be according to the schedule approved by Board.

12. Examinations of Part-I (class-9) and Part-II (class-10) will be conducted every year on the dates according to schedule announced by the Board.

13. Registration schedule will be announced by the Board. Enrollment of Part-I (class-9) will be useful even for Part-II (class-10).

14. 75% attendance in each class will be compulsory for regular candidates.

15. Duration of Practical and written examinations will be according to published curriculum.



16. At a time one has to pass practical and theory separately.

17. It is compulsory for a regular candidate to appear in Part-I (class-9) Exam.

18. If a regular candidate wants to appear in exam as a private candidate's, his name should be struck off from the institution on or before 24th December.

19. Internal Assessment Grade will be taken from the institutions in the end of Part-II (class-10).

20. No candidate will be allowed to appear as a fresh candidate in supplementary examination.

21. There will be no supplementary examination for Part-I (calss-9).

22. There will be permission for Private Candidates to appear in Part-I (class-9) examination only or if they want so to appear in Part-I & Part-II (class-9 & 10) examination at a time.

23. If a regular candidate appears in Part-I (class-9) and cannot continue his regular studies due to any unavoidable circumstances and he has no practical subject in his component, he can appear in Part-II (class-10) examination as a private candidate.

24. If an institution cannot send Admission form of any candidate of Part-I(class-9) due to any unavoidable circumstance, it will keep that candidate in class-9 (Part-I) and will send his Admission Form of Part-I (class-9) next Year. If same situation occurs in Part-II (class-10) Admission Form of such candidate can be sent for Part-II (class-10) supplementary examination.

25. If a candidate can not appear in Part-I(class-9) examination after issuance of Roll Number Slip, such candidate will have to appear in Part-I (class-9) and Part-II (class-10) examination composite / collective next year.

26. Those candidates who can not appear in exam. Due to any circumstances after sending their Admission Forms and want to improve their Grades will be able to appear in next exam.

27. A candidate of Secondary School Certificate after appearing in Part-I (class-9) examination, will be eligible to appear in Part-II (class-10 examination and examination of those subjects in which he has failed in Part-I (class-9) in other Board under existing Rules. But he will avail this facility once only in full Academic session.

28. Result of a candidate who appears in class-9 examination will be valid for 2 years unless he appears in Part-II (class-10) exam. next year or he has passed the said exam. under Rule - 10 Chapter 1 Vol: II Board's Calender.

29. A candidate has to get minimum 33% marks in each subject to pass the examination.



30. Grading ratio will be as under:

Grade Marks Obtained
A+ 90 to 100
A 80 to 89
B+ 70 to 79
B 60 to 69
C+ 50 to 59
C 45 to 49
D 40 to 44
E 33 to 39



31. Candidates of Part-I (Class-9) on the declaration of result will only be issued Result Information, whereas Grades will be awarded on combined marks of Part-I (Class-9) and Part-II (Class-10) examinations.

32. Marks obtained and Grades of the candidate will be mentioned on his Certificate to be issued under the rules after passing SSC (Part- I & II ) Exam.

33. The candidates who appear in Part-I (Class-9) will be promoted to Part-II (Class-10) and they will not wait for the result of Part-I (Class-9). Moreover no institution will Re-admit any student in Part-I (Class-9). However after change of Group he will be eligible for re-admission and if one passes or fails in Part-I (Class-9) examination he will not be allowed to re-appear in Part-I (Class-9) examination only.

34. Candidates failed in maximum two subjects will be eligible to re-appear in Supplementary Examination.

35. While compiling result of Part-II (Class-10), the candidates will be awarded grace marks of @ I% of total pass marks of Part-I and Part-II to qualify the exam. No Grace mark will be given in the result of Part-I exam. However if a candidate does not want to get grace marks, he will be given only one chance or providing an affidavit on a stamp paper attested by a head of institution that he may be announced/marked fail in the subject of Grace marks.

36. The candidates of Part-I (Class-9) who are declared Disqualified for one or more examination for use of UM (unfair means) they will be eligible to appear in Part-I & II (Class-9 & 10) examinations collectively after expiry of that period of disqualification. The candidate who uses Unfair means in Part-II (Class-10) examination his result of Part-I (Class-9) will also be cancelled.

37. To improve Grades or Marks, only one chance will be given with in two years after passing Part-II exam. The candidate will have to take exam. of those subjects in which he has already passed Secondary School Examination. However it will rest with the candidate either he wishes to take Part-I exam. to improve his marks or take Part-II exam or Composite (Part-I & Part-II) exam. to improve his grade or marks. Old marks will remain same if one does not improve his marks. Moreover such candidate will neither deserve any Grace marks nor scholarship.How candidates will be allowed any charge in opted Part before issuance of Roll No. After issuance of Roll No Slip he will have to take exam. of the part that he had mentioned in his Admission form.

38. A candidate of improvement of grade /marks will be eligible to appear in Secondary School Examination only in that Board from which he has passed the Secondary School Exam.

39. If a candidate sends Admission to improve Grade or marks and cannot appear in exam. due to any reason, his chance will remain intact to improve his marks. Any candidate who foregoes his Part-I result can appear in composite exam. of Part-I and Part-II but such candidate will not be eligible to improve his result after passing that exam.



40. A candidate after passing Secondary School Certificate examination is eligible to take exam. of such subject /subjects which he has not opted in SSC Examination previously.

41. The candidates who passed Adeeb Alam OR equivalent exam. from the Board they will be eligible to appear in Secondary School certificate examination under relevant rules and they will have to take composite exam. of Part-I (Class 9th) and Part- II (10th Class).
a) Only English such candidate will be award certificate of Passing English only at SSC level.

b) English Pak/ Studies, Mathematics and one subject of Arts Group (Not language) such candidates will be awarded certificate of secondary level after passing these subjects and their Grades will be considered on the basis of marks obtained under gradation Rules.
42. The candidate of the following categories will be eligible to appear in subject of Geography of Pakistan instead of Urdu (compulsory).
a) Foreign Students OR such Pakistani Students who got foreign Nationality OR such Pakistani students who could not get facility of studying: "Urdu"abroad at Secondary School Certificate level.

b) Such Pakistani Students who stayed abroad for three years continuously before Examination, and could not avail the facility of studying Urdu there at secondary school level.
43. The Students of Part-I and Part-II who will be fail in any subject, will just re-appear in the respective subject. For Example, If a student gets 30 marks in Part-I English/ Urdu paper and 15 marks in Part-II paper then the total will be 45 marks, as Part-II marks are less than 33% therefore, he will have to give just the Part-II English/ Urdu paper.

44. In Part-I (Class 9th) candidate has to acquire at least 33% to pass. And he will have to pass at least three papers, rest of failing subject will have to be necessarily cleared in Part-II (Class 10th). Those candidates who will not be able to pass three papers in Part-I (Class 9th), will have to give all the papers of Part-I (Class 9th) along with Part-II (Class 10th).


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