MULTAN - The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Multan declared on Tuesday all candidates for Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2018 will receive their roll number slips online till February 15 while 351 examination centres have also been fixed for the upcoming exam.

This was revealed by BISE Multan authorities during a meeting held with the Commissioner Multan division and Chairman of BISE Multan Bilal Ahmad Butt in the chair to review arrangements for upcoming matriculation examination. The BISE Multan advised all Matriculation candidates to contact examination department immediately if they did not get their roll number slips till February 15.

Speaking on the occasion, the Commissioner declared that all out steps would be taken to ensure transparency in examination system. He directed the BISE authorities to reject all pressures while fixing examination centres and make only those schools examination centres where the examination is held with utmost transparency. He also issued direction for provision of maximum facilities to the candidates during examination.

He said that a transparent examination system played foundation for the development of any country. "If the examination system lacks transparency, every individual in the society will look frustrated and disappointed. No one expects fruit of his hard work," he added. He said that it was our national duty to work together for improving our examination system and restoring society's trust in it.

Briefing the meeting, Controller of Examination, BISE, Zafar Iqbal said that 531 centres had been set up for matric examination and over 2000 invigilation and other staff was deployed for this purpose. He added that the training of examination staff had also begun at different spots in the division while centres for paper marking had also been fixed.

The Controller disclosed that CCTV cameras had been installed at all examination centres and schools near to police stations were given priority while making examination centres. "It will help us maintain law and order," he added. He further revealed that the students had been allotted examination centres and the centre of no one would be changed on any pressure.