The Punjab Board Chairman Committee (PBCC) chaired a meeting with other educational senior representatives. According to the details, the Punjab Board Chairman Committee (PBCC) decided to change the existing paper pattern to both subjective and objective paper. Further detail of said notification in same is as under;
PBCC To Revise The Existing Paper Pattern | BISE BWP
No. 214 / Meeting It is hereby notified for the information of all concerned that the Punjab Boards Committee of Chairpersons (PBCC) in its meeting dated 13-11-2021 vide Item No. 07 decided to change the existing pattern of question papers for MCQs, Short, and Long Questions according to International Standard of learning through students learning objectives (SLOs) from Roter Learning to Conceptual Learning in the Year of 2022 and onward as under:-
PBCC Latest Paper Pattern:-
The PBCC also agreed that the existing weightage of MCQs (20%), Short Question (50%), and Long Question (30%) will remain the same in 2022.