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BISE finally gets it right this time

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore re-announced its intermediate Part I result after removing errors in presence of Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman and other senior officials here on Saturday.
Earlier, the intermediate result was announced on October 17 however after students’ protest against enormous errors in the results the Punjab government announced the cancellation of result and its re-announcement within 45 days.
According to the ‘error free’ result, 1,24,702 students sat for the Intermediate Part-I exam and 62,647 of them passed it. Earlier the result which was announced on October 17 had declared 49,435 of them as pass. The pass percentage in the revised result has gone up to 50.26 percent from the previous 39.64 perecent.
Rehman, speaking on the occasion said the BISE Lahore had declared an error free result, adding that other boards in Punjab would also announce their revised results within 45 days. He appreciated the efforts of the Lahore board officials in meeting the deadline.
Lahore BISE Chairman Dr Allah Bakhsh said the board officials even worked during Eid holidays to ensure that result was announced in time. He said the students who wanted to apply for rechecking should contact the board officials and submit applications within 15 days. He said there were no result later on (RL) cases in the current result, adding that results of all those candidates who appeared in the exam had been announced.
Muhammad Umer, pre-engineering group, Roll no 183822 of Government College University (GCU) Lahore scored first position in Part I with 493 marks. Second position was scored jointly by pre-engineering group students Najam Tariq Roll No 183680, from the GCU Lahore and Fatima Khurshid Roll no 172371 from Punjab College for Women Muslim Town with 485 marks. Third position was scored by Farrukh Mustaq Roll no 183863 pre-engineering group from GCU, Alishba Tahir Roll No 166882 pre-engineering group from Kinnaird College for Women and Ammara Yousuf Roll No 570482 humanities group from Government College for Women Warburton (Nankana).
In pre-medical group (boys) Zamad Gillani of GCU stood first, Abdul Rafay of GCU second and Sarmad Rafiq and Muhammad Burhan Atta of GCU and Ahmar Saleem of Punjab College of Science stood third.
In pre-medical group (girls) Zabreen Tahir of Kinnaird College scored first position with 473 makrs. Wada Tul Firdous from Falcon Public Higher Secondary School for Girls and Maryam Tahir from Unique Higher Secondary School for Girls scored second position with 472 marks. Irfah Nadeem of KC scored third position with 470 marks.
In General Sciences group (Boys) Muhammad Aamir Eyyaz of GCU scored first position with 474 marks. Rizwan Liaqat and Muhammad Zeeshan of GCU scored second position with 451 marks. Abdul Sami of Punjab College scored third position with 450 along with Muhammad Zeeshan from Govt Degree College Bhai Pheru.
In General Science group (Girls) all three positions were scored by KC students. Fatima Qamar stood first with 479 marks, Zunaira Ahmad stood second with 477 and Arshia Saqib remained second with 461 marks.
After the result was announced students danced on the beats of drums and shared greetings.

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