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Boys outshine girls in matric’s annual exams

  • Board says total pass percentage remains 77.57%

RAWALPINDI: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISER) here on Saturday announced the result of the annual examinations of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) while boys outshine girls in the exams as out of overall top three positions, first two were clinched by male students.

Talal Bin Tariq, student of the Cadet College of Hassanabdal, secured first position with 1087 marks and Abdul Haseeb Arshad from the Bahria Foundation Secondary School for Boys, Pindi Road of Chakwal secured 1081 marks with second position while third position was secured by Adina Aisha, a student of the Government Girls High School Number-I of Chakwal, with 1079.

BISER Secretary Dr Muhammad Tanveer Zafar announcing the result here at the Rawalpindi Arts Council said that 124054 students were enrolled while 122726 candidates appeared in the exams out of whom 95189 were declared successful with 77.57 pass percentage. About 27313 students failed in the exams while 1088 remained absent while 11379 students who appeared secured A plus position, 16435 passed with A grade, 25644 with B, 27736 with C, 13487 with D and 508 with E grade.

Total 66652 male and 56074 female students appeared in the SSC exams, the secretary said, adding that 94040 were regular candidates and 30014 were private students while regular candidates’ pass percentage remained 84.47 and private students’ percentage was 55.43. In regular science group, a total of 68074 boys and girls sat in the exam and of them 59938 candidates passed with a pass percentage of 88.05.

In science group for boys, Talal bin Tariq, student of the Cadet College of Hassanabdal, secured 1087 marks and first position. Abdul Haseeb Arshad, student of the Bahria Foundation Secondary School for Boys of Chakwal, stood second with 1081 marks while Ahmed Sohail, a student of Lawrence College Ghora Ghali of Murree, clinched third position with 1078 marks.

In science group for girls, Adina Aisha, student of the Government Girls High School Number-I of Chakwal, secured first position with 1079 marks and Aroba Javed, student of Fauji Foundation Model Secondary School for Girls of Mandra, Tehsil Gujar Khan, secured second position with 1078 marks while Syeda Salia Haider, student of Munir Public Girls High School of Chakwal, stood third in the group with 1076 marks.

In general science group for boys, Shehryar Ali Khan, student of the Government MC Islamia Higher Secondary School of Jhelum, secured first position with 986 marks. Qasim Hussain, student of Rehmania Rizvia from Jhelum, stood second with 938 marks while Younas Khan clinched third position securing 932 marks.

In general science group for girls, Ramisha Shahzadi, student of the Government Girls High School Number-I of Jhelum, got first position. Safrina Bibi, student of the Government Girls High School, Chura Sharif, Tehsil Jand, got second position with 1009 marks and Zaneera Kalsoom, student of the Government MC Girls High School of Gujar Khan, declared third in the group with 1005 marks.

Caretaker Punjab Minister for Agriculture, Food, Planning and Development Sardar Tanveer Ilyas was the chief guest at the ceremony which was held in the honour of the position holder students. He distributed medals, certificates and prizes among the position holder students. Addressing the participants, he said that the students should focus on their education and work hard to succeed in all fields of life.

The minister congratulated top position holders and other students who grabbed positions and passed in SSC exams. Talking to the media, top position holders students said that their success was the result of the prayers of their parents and the hard work of their teachers.



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