Introduction To BISE Multan
Board of intermediate and Secondary Education, Multan was constituted under the West Pakistan Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (Multan and Sargodha) Ordinance, 1968 (now repealed) out of Lahore Board. It is now being governed under the Punjab Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act, 1976.
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Multan was established on 30th March1968.Its establishment came into being after an ordinance of Government of West Pakistan, which was passed by the Assembly of Pakistan on 24, May during a meeting In the beginning, Camp Office of Multan board started working in the Government Central Training College Lahore, on the mid June, it was shifted to Multan headquarter. In the beginning Quetta, Kallat, Bahawalpur and Multan including Dera Ghazi Khan was included in the Multan Board. In 1968, Quetta and kallat started working separately, in1978 Bahawal Pur Board was established and started working separately. In 1982, Dera Ghazi Khan Board was separated from Multan Board. Now Board Of Intermediate And Secondary Education is working in every district
BOARD OF GOVERNORS
There are 15 members on the Board of Governors including the Chairman. Few members are ex-officio and others are nominated as per provisions of the Act.
The Board is an autonomous institution with powers to make rules. It does not receive any grant-in-aid or any donation from the Govt. or other semi Govt. agency. It has to generate its own funds through the levy of examinations and other fees.
The Board is an autonomous body and Govt. of the Punjab is its controlling authority. The Chairman, Secretary Controller of Examinations, Audit Officer and DPE are appointed by the Controlling Authority/Govt. on deputation normally for a period of 3 years. Other officers and staff in BS-16 and above are appointed by the Governors, in BS-5 to BS-15 by the Chairman and in BS-1 to BS-4 by the Secretary