BISE Aga Khan
BISE Aga Khan is a board of intermediate and secondary education in Pakistan. It is responsible for conducting the annual Matric and Intermediate exams in the country. BISE Aga Khan was established in 1950 and is headquartered in Karachi.
The board is named after its founder, Sir Shah Nawaz Khan, who was the first Education Minister of Pakistan. BISE Aga Khan is one of the largest boards of education in Pakistan, with over 2 million students enrolled in its affiliated schools.
The board has a wide network of schools and colleges across the country and offers a variety of educational programs. BISE Aga Khan also provides scholarships and financial assistance to deserving students.
Bise Aga khan is one of the most renowned boards of education not only in Pakistan but across the globe. Bise Aga khan has been consistently providing quality education to its students and has always been up to the mark when it comes to results.