The annual exams of grade 8th will be conducted soon. All the candidates who are looking for the exam center details as to where the exam will be held are in the right place. We will highlight the examination details along with relevant date that is needed to sit in the exam 2017 for grade 8th.
PEC 8th Class Roll Number Slips 2017 Exams Centers Details Punjab Board 8th Grade All Districts can download from this page. The roll number slips are also another important detail that the candidates must know. There are several districts that come under the Punjab Board 2017.
PEC 8th Class Roll Number Slips 2017 Exams Centers Details Punjab Board 8th Grade All Districts
The last date for the submission of registration forms has been extended to: 30th November 2016
After issuing roll numbers, PEC sends the data to the respective districts for further verification. Once verified, PEC issues the final roll number slips to each district, which are then delivered to schools and private candidates.
Roll Number Slip
Punjab Examination Commission will issue the Roll Number Slips for Grade 5 and 8 for 2016 Examinations.
Candidates/Schools can get their roll number slips from their concerned Examination Cluster Centers where the candidates/schools.
PEC wishes very best of luck to all candidates participating in exams 2016.
Instructions for ECC Head for Issuance of Roll Number Slips:
- Roll Number Slips will be issued through online software
- ECC heads will issue the Roll Number Slips to the candidates / heads of schools
- ECC heads will paste one Photographs of the candidate on Roll Number Slips
- ECC heads will sign and stamp on the photographs of the candidates on Roll Number Slips.
- ECC heads will provide the Cut Lists to the superintendents for identification of the candidates.
- ECC heads will inform the heads of schools / candidates telephonically or by any other means for delivery of Roll No. Slips
Punjab Examination Commission generates reports based on the data arising from the exam for grade V and VIII in the Punjab. The report is mainly concerned with the overall achievement of students at district and provincial level and a comparison of the mean level of student’s performance between districts, tehsiles, schools location, and gender and school sector.