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Apart from Karachi, the matriculation exams of Hyderabad, Sukkur and Mirpurkhas also began with almost the levels of cheating.
According to him, a total of 6,150 students had applied for the matriculation programmes for the year 2013-14.
Once such body was the Joint Matriculation Board fostered by the universities of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield and Birmingham.
Recently, a tense situation had erupted at the matriculation prize distribution ceremony, where students, parents and journalists protested against the BISE mismanagement.
In addition, he makes curriculum recommendations, monitors student-athletes' eligibility, matriculation and graduation.
For the educational attainment the focus is on the proportion of adult population that has completed matriculation or higher level of education.
It's designed to he[p institutions use the internet to build relationships with current students and parents, efforts that can ultimately lead to increased rates of student success and matriculation.
About 35 percent to 40 percent of community college students who intend to transfer to a four-year-university actually do, a percentage the colleges have sought to improve by strengthening matriculation agreements with other schools and beefing up campus transfer centers to help students through the complicated process.
Medical students often change specialty preference from matriculation to graduation.
A New York study found that students in smaller high schools had higher graduation rates, higher college matriculation rates and lower dropout rates than their peers in large high schools, results that have been replicated in other large cities.
He then went back to his studies, passed his matriculation and decided to dedicate the rest of his life to the care of addicts.
Matriculation for the first class will be March 2004.