PESHAWER: Girls have bagged the top three overall positions as the Abbottabad Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) announced results for the Higher Secondary School annual examinations on Friday.
The top 20 positions were shared by 34 students. Only seven boys featured in the list with the rest clinched by girls.
Sabahat Safdar from the Peace Group of Colleges in Haripur clinched the overall top position in the board’s results, securing 1,016 marks. She was followed in second place by Laiba Behram with 1,015 marks from the Mansehra branch of the same school and college.
The third position was shared by two students, Easha Asif of the Hazara Public School and College Haripur and Kashmala Mir of the Peace Group of School and College Mansehra. The two students secured 1,014 marks.
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In the pre-medical group for girls, the top positions echoed the results as the top three overall position winners. In pre-medical-boys, Hassan Ali Abbasi of the Pakistan International Public School and College Abbottabad was top with 1,009 marks. He was followed by Syed Saad Ali of the Abbottabad Public School and College with 993 marks, while Muneebur Rehman of Peace College Abbottabad was third with 992 marks.
In pre-engineering group-girls, Ayesha Rafi of the Peace College Abbottabad was top with 1,004 marks. Warda Zulhaj of the Quaid-i-Azam College of Khalabutt Township in Haripur was second with 993 marks. The third position in the group was shared by Aiman Khan of Peace College Haripur and Soma Safeer of Peace College Abbottabad with both securing 992 marks.
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In pre-engineering-boys, the first position was clinched by Asad Ali of Government Post Graduate College Abbottabad with 1,001 marks, followed by Masaid Zeb of Tameer-e-Watan College Abbottabad with 999 marks. Muhammad Ali of the Pakistan Scout Cadet was third with 996 marks.
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