FA and FSC Part I Result 2023 BISE DG Khan

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FA and FSC Part I Result 2023 BISE DG Khan

The FA and FSC Part I Result 2023 for BISE DG Khan will be been announced on 10 October 2023 at 10:00 am on Tuesday as per the official announcement. Once the results are announced, students will be able to check their results online on the BISE DG Khan website. Students will need to enter their roll number to check their results.

How to Check the 1st Year 2023 BISE DG Khan Board 2023

There are two ways to check the 1st Year 2023 BISE DG Khan Board result:

  1. Online: Visit the official website of the BISE DG Khan (http://www.bisedgkhan.edu.pk/) and click on the “Results” tab. Enter your roll number and click on “Submit” to view your result.
  2. SMS: Type your roll number in the message body and send it to 800295. You will receive a reply message with your result.

To check the 1st Year 2023 results for the BISE DG Khan Board in 2023, you can follow these steps:

  1. Visit the official website of the BISE DG Khan Board. The website’s URL may vary, so you can search for it using a search engine like Google.
  2. Look for a section related to examination results or a similar category on the website. This section is where you’ll find information about checking your results.
  3. Click on the relevant link for the 1st Year 2023 results. There might be separate links for different classes and years, so ensure you choose the correct one.
  4. Enter your roll number or other required information. Make sure to provide accurate details.
  5. After entering your information, click the “Submit” or “Check Result” button.
  6. The screen should display your 1st Year 2023 results for the BISE DG Khan Board. You can check your marks and any other relevant details.
  7. It’s a good practice to save or print your results for future reference.

Passing mark for the FA and FSC Part I Examination 2023

The passing mark for the FA and FSC Part I Examination 2023 is 33%. If you fail in one or more subjects, you will have to reappear in the supplementary examination.

Abdul Latif

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