FBISE announces first annual exams for session 2023 online admissions. Detailed schedules are provided for federal board members. Matriculation exams will begin on 27th April 2023, according to the FBISE Federal Board Date Sheet 2023.
Federal Board Date Sheet 2023 Schedule And Fee Structure
Furthermore, they announced the fee schedule. Applicants must submit a bank challan and an online application on the FBISE website. There is a mandatory registration schedule for the SSC 1st annual exams 2022 (for the country of Pakistan).
FBISE Date Sheet 2023 SSC 1 Annual Exams Registration Fee
The federal board has announced the following registration schedule 2023 (for Pakistan).
|Schedule||Normal Fee||Double Fee||Triple Fee|
|Admission form submission schedule||20-02-2023||21-02-2023 To 02-03-2023||03-03-2023 To 13-03-2023|
FBISE SSC 1st Annual Exams Pak Students Registration 2023
Check out the fee structure for the first annual exams of the SSC in Pakistan in 2023
|Regular/Ex/Registered/Private/ IBBC/Additional subjects/ Improvement cases||Rs. 2500||Rs. 2500|
|Non-Registered Private Candidates/IBCC Cases||Rs. 4000||Rs. 4000|
FBISE 2023 Admission Form Submission Instructions
You must submit admission forms online according to the following instructions:
- All candidates should upload their online Admission forms with Bank Challans, through which the requisite fees are deposited on the FBISE online portal.
- To avoid the necessity of paying additional fees or rejection of the admission form(s).
- You must pay fees through HBL or MCB branches within Pakistan or through easy pay.
- It is the only bank challan that will be accepted.
- Candidates who appeared/passed SSC Part-I Examination from boards other than FBISE must submit separate online admission forms.
- You must upload verified result cards from their respective boards.
- We will not accept drafts/incomplete admission forms.
- All candidates of SSC Part-II have the option of appearing in/any number of papers from SSC Part-I along with Part II, which will mention in the Admission Form.
- The Institution/Candidate should mention his/her accessibility needs on the Admission Form in black and white.
- Candidates must also submit a Proforma designed for this purpose.