Results are out: 80% students pass BISE exams

All the top three positions in the pre-medical group went to girls

Our Correspondent September 12, 2016
All the top three positions in the pre-medical group went to girls. PHOTO: EXPRESS

HYDERABAD: Around 80% of 43,829 students of the pre-medical and pre-engineering groups have passed their higher secondary part II exams.

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Hyderabad, announced the results on Monday. All the top three positions in the pre-medical group went to girls while the boys bagged the top positions in the pre-engineering group.

In the pre-medical group, 459 candidates clinched A1 grade while 3,247 passed with A grade, 6,788 with B, 8,523 with C, 1,754 with D and only one with E. From the 25,951 students who appeared in the exams, 20,796 passed, including 11,343 girls and 9,453 boys.

Mahnoor Fatima of College of Excellence for Girls Latifabad, Hyderabad, topped with 87.27%, getting 949 marks out of the total 1,100. The second and third positions were bagged by Aqsa, a student of Superior College of Science Hyderabad, who got 86.8% with 944 marks, and Kainat, a student of County Girls College Hyderabad, with 942 marks got 86.6%.

A total of 13,957 students, including 12,517 boys and 1,440 girls, passed the pre-engineering exams. Among them, 75 candidates secured A1 grade, 1,705 got A grade, 5,158 got B grade, 5,812 got C grade, 1,135 got D grade and one got E grade.

Faizan Ali, a student of Government SI College Hala, Matiari, achieved the first position by securing 84.18% getting 926 marks out of 1,100, Muhammad Osama Basharat of Cadet College Petaro, Jamshoro district, and Faraz Hassan of Superior College of Science, Hyderabad, secured the second and third positions with 923 marks, 83.9%, and 916 marks, 83.22%, respectively. The BISE Hyderabad covers 10 districts including Hyderabad, Jamshoro, Dadu, Thatta , Sujawal, Badin, Tando Allahyar, Tando Mohammad Khan, Matiari and Shaheed Benazirabad districts.

Published in The Express Tribune, September 13th, 2016.



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