KPK forms committee for controversial marks distribution

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK): the education department has constituted a committee for those who have acquired more than 1090 marks in the matriculation board examinations.

According to reports, the results of the board examinations in KPK have become quite controversial. One student from Mardan scored 1100 marks in 1100, 100% marks, while another three students from the Peshawar board secured 1098 marks.

To investigate this matter, an 8-member committee has been constituted by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan to examine the papers of all students who have scored more than 1090 marks in grades 10th and 12th.

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The existing numbers of position holders will also be compared with previous records. The committee will also examine the quality and procedures for checking the papers.

It may be noted that in the recent Khyber Pakhtunkhwa board examinations, for the first time, 100% marks have been scored in the Mardan board. Qandeel, a promising student from Nowshera, secured 100% marks, 1100 out of 1100, in her papers. She belongs to the science group and, surprisingly three students secured the second position in the examination.

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