The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Malakand announced the results for the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examinations for both 11th and 12th class students on September 26, 2023. The results were declared at 5:00 pm and included students from both the science and arts groups.
Bise Malakand Board FSC Result 2023 11th, 12th Class
The examinations for the year 2023 were conducted from June 3rd to June 24th. It typically takes the Malakand Board about two months to prepare the results. Along with the general results, the board also announced the names of the top position holders for the 1st and 2nd year, including their marks and downloadable PDFs of their detailed mark certificates (DMCs).
|Standard||11th Class 12th class|
|Exams Date||3rd June, 2023|
|Result Date||September 26, 2023|
|Methods to check result||By name, by roll number, by Sms, through Gazette|
How To Check Result 2023 Of Bise Malakand
Students can check their results in several ways. One method is through the official website of the Malakand Board, www.bisemalakand.edu.pk. Here, students can enter their roll number or name to access their results. Another way to check results is via SMS.
Students can send their roll number to the code “8583” by typing “BMK (Space) Roll Number” and sending it to 8583. They will receive an SMS with their result shortly after. Additionally, the Result Gazette, which can be downloaded from the official website, allows students to check their results using their name or roll number.
The website also provides a list of position holders for the HSSC / Intermediate Results. This includes details about the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd position holders, along with information about their total marks and subject-wise marks.
For those who prefer a more interactive approach, there’s an option to drop your roll number in the comment box on the website to know your result.
Malakand Board has made the process of checking results for the HSSC exams quite straightforward and accessible, offering multiple methods to suit the preferences of different students. The board wishes all 11th and 12th class students the best of luck with their results.