FBISE Introduces New Online Services to Assist Students

To ease thousands of students, Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) has introduced an online application facility which will support students who are educated under the board’s administration. The online facility will aid students in their examination method, admissions and result associated activities.

FBISE Introduces New Online Services to Assist Students

Now it will become easy for students to apply for rechecking their results, document authentication, roll number slip correction from the FBISE website. The website will also provide services such as:

  • Online schedules
  • Applications for Migration or NOC Certificates
  • Syllabus and papers
  • Date sheets
  • Online fee challan forms
  • Admission form submissions
  • Name corrections
  • UFM cases
  • Fee and scholarship information

Those students who are interested can visit the FBISE online section (online.fbise.edu.pk) and download the challan form formerly they start filling an online application. First forms have to be filled online and there will be no need to send copies to the Federal Board. After the challan is paid at the nearby HBL Branch, the students will have to enter the receipt number in the appropriate online form. The form can be submitted online and the status of the application can be viewed on the website.

The Federal Board has further added an Institution Information Corner on its website which will allow them check and apprise their membership status with the board.

Other than the Institution Information Corner, a new live chat popup has also been added to the FBISE website. The board’s staff will be accessible to support and ease students and other investors through online chat during office working hours.

According to FBISE Secretary, Muhammad Sarwar,

“The online services are still in the testing phase. Hundreds of applications have been received using the online system and more improvement will be required to make the service a permanent feature and help the maximum number of students.”

Such initiatives will certainly help students from far off places submit their applications timely, otherwise they would have to travel to Islamabad for application submission.

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