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

1. The Govt. of the Punjab has notified reforms in the examination system from Class I to Class XII, w.e.f. 1st of April 2002. All the Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education have conducted SSC Part-I (9th Class) Exam in March 2004.

2. Two papers have been held in Urdu and English each, while one paper for the remaining subjects. Some Technical subjects such as Art carry practical exams. like written exam. Such subject may be examined in two papers. The Scheme of study for SSC Part-I (9th Class) and Part-II (10th Class) is detailed below. Further, private candidates are eligible to appear in Science group or other subjects carrying practical exams. Under these rules in Part-I and Part-II etc.


Science Group
Humanities Group
Technical Group
Dars-e-Nazami Group
Commercial Trade Group
Subjects for Deaf and Dumb Candidates
Elective Subjects
Technical Subjects


Science Group

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Islamiyat Compulsory   
    OR
Ethics(for Non Muslims)
Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
Mathematics 100 Marks
75 Marks Physics 100 Marks
Chemistry 100 Marks    
Biology/Computer Science/any technical subject    
100 Marks    
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Humanities Group

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Islamiyat Compulsory
       OR
Ethics(for Non Muslims)
Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
Mathematics 100 Marks
100 Marks One (Elective) Humanities
General Science 100 Marks Subject 100 Marks
One (Elective) Humanities Subject/ Any Technical    
100 Marks    
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Note: Students belonging to Science Group or Humanities Group are eligible to select any subject out of the list of Technical Subjects for Part-I and Part-II.



Technical Group

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Islamiyat Compulsory 
     OR
Ethics(for Non Muslims)
Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
Mathematics 100 Marks
75 Marks One Technical Subject 100 Marks
General Science 100 Marks    
One Technical Subject 100 Marks    
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Dars-e-Nizami Group

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Seerat-ur-Rasool Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
(in lieu of Isl. Comp) 75 Marks Mathematics 100 Marks
General Science 100 Marks Al-Hadith-ul Fiqa 100 Marks
Al-Quran 100 Marks    
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Commerical Trade Group

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Islamiyat Compulsory 
      OR
Ethics(for Non Muslims)
Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
Business Methods 100 Marks
75 Marks Typewriting 100 Marks
Principles Of Auditing 100 Marks    
Office Management/Proceeding 100 Marks    
   
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Subjects for Deaf and Dumb Candidates

Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
Urdu Part-I 75 Marks Urdu Part-II 75 Marks
English Part-I 75 Marks English Part-II 75 Marks
Islamiyat Compulsory 
    OR
Ethics(for Non Muslims)
Pakistan Studies 75 Marks
Arithmetic 100 Marks
75 Marks Drawing 100 Marks
Tailoring 100 Marks    
Embroidery 100 Marks    
Total 425 Marks Total 425 Marks


Elective Subjects
General Group

Sr. No Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
1. Isl. Studies /Islamic History History of Indo-Pak
2. Economics Geography
3. Urdu Literature/English/ Arabic /Persian/Punjabi Civics
4. Computer Science Elements of Home Economics
5. Food and Nutrition Household
6. Clothing & Textile Child Development and Home life
7. Physiology and Hygiene Geometrical and Technical Drawing
8. Geology Astronomy and Space Science
9. Art and Model Drawing Environment Study
10. Related Art Military Science
11. Home Hold and Related Problems Physical Education
12. Music Education


Technical Subjects

Sr. No Part-I (9th Class) Part-II (10th class)
1. Repair and Maintenance of Domestic Refrigeration and Air Conditioner Auto Electrician
2. Electrical Wiring Wheel Balancing and Velcronising
3. Repair and Maintenance of House hold Appliances Ceramics
4. Motor Winding Sheet Mattel Work
5. Radio and Tape-Recorder Repairing Leather goods making
6. T.V Repair Minor Repair and Maintenance of Dies Engine
7. Plumbering/Sanitary fitting Minor Repair and Maintenance of Petrol Engine
8. Wilding (Gas/Electric) Sere/Sear Culture Silkwormirizing
9. Auto Machine (Scoter and Motor Cycle) Florin-Culture
10. Computer Hardware Stuffed Toys and Doll making
11. Photography Food Processing and Preservation
12. Servicing and minor repair of tractor Floral Work
13. Fish Farming Glass Work
14. Poultry Farming Art and Painting Calligraphy
15. Cooking and Baking Pottery (cottage industry)
16. Dress Making and Fashion Designing Fishing Net Making
17. Beautician Motor boot/Launch Repair and Maintenance
18. Metal Work Wood-Work (Boat Making)


3. Both Part-I (9th class) and part-II (10th class) carry total marks 425 each.

4. The Learning achievements of a candidate is tested on the basis of his ability in textual knowledge, its Comprehension, Application and Analysis.

5. The Question Paper comprises question in the following form:
  1. Multiple Choice Questions
  2. Matching
  3. Completion of Sentences
  4. Short Answer Questions
  5. Essay Type/Long Answers Questions
6. The number of questions are set according to the weight age and ratio in the syllabus provided in the scheme of study.

7. All the questions are compulsory (No Choice) The Question Paper contains Four Pages.
Objective Type, Multiple Choice, Matching, Completion and Short Answers are to be answered/replied the question paper itself. However, for essay type portion, separate-question paper and Answer-book is supplied.

8. To maintain Secrecy, the questions bear no serial numbers or any other identity.

9. There is no concept of Failure or Success. To Repeat a Part or Class is not allowed. The Candidates are awarded Grades. Starting from A to F in the following manner:


Grade Marks Secured
A+ 90% and above
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%
F Below 33%

If a candidate wants to improve his grade, he has to re-appear in all the subjects from the Board he has already passed his SSC Examination and has received the certificate. A candidate can avail himself of this opportunity with in two years after passing the said examination.

10. After solving the paper a candidate in not allowed to carry the objective type paper, any question there in or any part of it, out of the examination center.

11. During the initial two years (i-e is 2003 and 2004 after the introduction of objective type test, there is no negative marking at any level. However after two years negative marking will introduced in the objective type Question, in which one mark will be deducted from the score in every question for a wrong answer.]

12. Cutting or over-writing is not allowed in objective-type paper.

13. Only blue ink is allowed in solving the paper. Calculators are allowed provided they are not banned under certain conditions, such as Mini-Computer Type calculators are not allowed.

14. Candidates appearing in Part -I (9th Class) are promoted to Part -II (10th Class ) without waiting for their result. No institution is allowed to re-admit a student in Part-I (9th Class). However, a student can be re-admitted if he changes his group of studies.

15. The duration for written and practical examinations in the part system is according to the syllabus issued/ published.

16. Admission to Part-I (9th Class )is subject to the schedule notified by the Board.

17. The dates for the commencement of both Part-I (9th Class) and Part-II (10th Class) is according to the schedule announced by the Board.

18. The candidates appearing in the Part-I (9th Class) is intimated about their result. However, the after the declaration of result of Part-II (10th Class) a result card is issued showing their grade secured in the exam.

19. Private Candidates are allowed to appear in Part-I (9th class) only in their first attempt or they can appear in Both Part-I and Part-II examinations in the same year.

20. Candidates disqualified in Part-I (9th Class) are eligible to appear in Part-I and Part-II examination together in the next annual examination falling after the expiry of their punishment. The result of Part-I (9th Class) of a candidate is also considered cancelled; he is disqualified in Part-II (10th Class) examination.

21. If under any unavoidable circumstances, an institution fails to submit the admission form of a candidate in Part-I (9th Class), such a student is to be detained in the 9th Class and his admission form is to be submitted in the Part-I examination next year. If such a situation arises in Part-II (10th Class), the admission of such candidate may be sent in the Supplementary Examination.

22. If a candidate fails to appear in Part-I (9th Class) after he has been issued his Roll No. Slip, he is allowed to appear on Part-I and Part-II examination together next year.

23. The registration/Enrolment in Part-I (9th Class) is valid for Part-II (10th Class).

24. Candidate unable to appear in the examination owing to unavoidable circumstances and the candidate desirous of improving his grade are allowed to appear in the Second Annual Examination.

25. A candidate after appearing in Part-I (9th Class) examination in one Board is allowed to appear in Part-II (10th Class) examination in another Board after observing all the current rules, but this facility can be availed of only once in an academic session.

26. The internal assessment grade is entered in the admission form for Part-II (10th Class) by the institution. This grade is mentioned in the result of Part-II (10th Class)

27. Candidates who have passed their Adeeb Alim and Fazil or any equivalent examination are allowed to appear in the SSC examination in any session in Part-I (9th Class) and Part-II (10th Class) together, in the following manner: (a) ONLY ENGLISH: Candidate passing only English is issued a certificate of Secondary School level showing as to have passed "English only: (b) A candidate passing English, Pak Studies, Mathematics, and one subject out of Humanities Group (but not a language) is issued a certificate of Secondary School level. His grade is determined according to the marks secured by him and after observing all the rules pertaining to the award of grade.

28. A candidate belonging to following categories is allowed to appear in Geography of Pakistan in lieu of Urdu Compulsory, provided that the candidate is;

a) A foreigner or a Pakistani having a foreign nationality or a Pakistani who did not have the facility of studying Urdu at secondary school level abroad;

b) A Pakistani who has stayed abroad for 3 years continuously before the commencement of the examination and did not have the facility of studying Urdu at secondary school level there (abroad).

29. A candidate, after passing his Secondary School Certificate Examination is allowed to appear in additional subject/subjects which he had not opted in SSC Examination provided he has not appeared in the next higher exam.

30. A student can avail benefit from his Part-I (9th Class) result only for two years if he does not appear in Part-II (10th Class) exam. within this period.

31. A regular candidate must have 75% attendance.

32. It is compulsory for a regular candidate to appear in Part-I (9th Class) exam. prior to sending his admission in Part-II(10th Class) exam.

33. If a regular student wishes to appear as a private candidate, his name must be struck off the roll of his institution on or before 24 the December.

34. Both the Marks Secured by the candidate and his Grade are mentioned (entered) in his Certificate.


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