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Dutch and Italian first appear as matriculation subjects in 1944 when the matriculation examination was reintroduced but there do not appear to by any data available to confirm if they were matriculation subjects earlier than 1944.
The CM, however, said the pictures of the mass copying during matriculation examination did not reflect the true picture of the entire Bihar.
Around 133 of the 295 exam centres for the matriculation examinations were declared `sensitive' in terms of cheating and security.
The Chairman BISE also informed that over 1 lakh candidates are appearing in the matriculation examinations in the province.
Five students had committed suicide after they failed in Matriculation examinations last year and it is feared that same situation may not arise again as results of matric exams are expected the next week, says Absha Karim Chairperson Pakistan Association for Difficulties In Learning (PADIL) talking to reporter here on Wednesday.
In view of Annual Matriculation Examinations, he gave special directions to all police, Rangers, supervisory officers of District to ensure all possible security arrangements outside the outside the selected Examination centres respectively.
TCF's 'Career Counselling Program' is designed for TCF students who were appearing for the Matriculation examinations this year.
Under the banner of "The Citizens Foundation's (TCF) Career Counselling Programme", the volunteers of Ufone are actively taking part in the career counselling programme aimed at students who were appearing for the Matriculation examinations this year.
The CM's Advisor regretted that there was a tendency of cheating/copying in the on-going matriculation examinations and said that the Government would have to strictly check it.
According to details shared by the Directorate of Information FATA here Wednesday, Sajjad Ali aced Kohat Board by securing 981 marks out of a total 1050 while his counterpart, Abdul Malick, secured the first position by getting in Peshawar Board matriculation examinations.
The PSO also demanded of the government to take effective measures to eliminate the curse of cheating from the exams as it is eating the very fabric of the education sector because the cheating mafia had been given free hand in the matriculation examinations held recently.
On the contrary, delivery of the government sector schools particularly in rural areas is declining with each passing year which is evident from number of their successful students in the annual matriculation examinations.