Chakwal students shine in RBISE HSSC exam

Girls secure top positions in pre-medical group, boys in pre-engineering

​ Our Correspondent September 05, 2019

RAWALPINDI: Students from Chakwal district secured the top two positions of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) exams held under Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE).

The students from Chakwal showed stellar results securing all top slots of pre-medical group of intermediate examination.

According to RBISE results announced on Wednesday, Izza Shakeel of Fauji Foundation Higher Secondary School for Girls Chakwal secured 1,044 numbers in pre-medical followed by Saifullah of Cadet College Kalar Kahar who secured 1,037 numbers. The third topper, Ahmed Hasan Khan of Punjab College of IT GB Block Satellite Town Rawalpindi, got 1030 numbers.

The results were announced at Govt Viqarunnisa College for Women at a ceremiony attended by Punjab Education Minister Raja Yasir Humayun Sarfraz. The minister congratulating the position holder students lauded their efforts and the support of their teachers and parents. Sarfraz distributed shields and prizes among the position holder students.

As many as 70,583 candidates appeared in the XII grade exam and 41,171 cleared with total 58.33 pass percentage. Out of total 72,051 enrolled students 70,583 appeared in the exams including 29,462 male and 41,121 female candidates.

Pass percentage of male students remained 50.64 while that of females was 63.84 per cent.

In humanities group, Aqsa daughter of Mansha Ahmed, student of Punjab College for Women, Main GT Road, Gujar Khan, Rawalpindi district got first position with 937 marks. Iqra Bibi Ashraf student of Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Chak Beli Khan Rawalpindi stood second with 930 marks. Hafiza Atika Imran daughter of Sheikh Muhammad Imran, roll number 74789 got third position with 923 marks.

In general science group, Tayyaba Hafeezur Rehman student of Punjab College for Women GT Road Gujar Khan got first position with 1,026 marks. Beenish Shakeel l Ahmed of Punjab College for Women Satellite Town Rawalpindi got second position securing 1,021 marks while Talha Munir Babar of Punjab College of IT Satellite Town Rawalpindi got 994 marks and secured third position in the overall group and stood first in general science male group.

In premedical female group, Izza Shakeel Amjad of Fauji Foundation Higher Secondary School for Girls Chakwal secured first position with 1,044 marks, Rameesha Wajid Hussain of Punjab College for Girls Chakwal got 1,028 marks and stood second in the group. Rabia Yasin of Kallar Kahar Science College for Girls Chakwal also stood at second position in the group with 1,028 marks. Tuaseen Kalsoom Iqbal of Punjab College for Girls Chakwal also secured 1,028 marks and declared second in the group.

In pre-medical male group, Saif Ullah Yousaf of Cadet College Kallar Kahar Chakwal got 1,037 marks and secured first position. Muhammad Moiez Sindhu of Lawrence College Ghora Gali Murree got second position with 1,037 marks. Muhammad Ahmed Haroon Janjua of Kallar Kahar Science College for Boys got third position with 1,020 marks.

In pre-engineering female group, Tabreek Muhammad Abdul Qadir stood first with 1,012 marks, Amna Ashraaf Abbasi got second position with 1,002 marks and Madeeha Umair Malik stood third with 998 marks.

In pre-engineering male group, Ahmed Hasan Noor Khan got first position with 1,030 marks, Umair Siab Ghani stood second with 1,027 marks while Muhammad Faheem Imran Tariq declared third for securing 1,024 marks.

Besides regular students, 25,076 students got enrolled as private candidates out of which 23,843 candidates appeared in the examinations and 8,933 remained successful and 14,357 declared unsuccessful. Pass percentage of private students remained 37.47.

Out of total male and female students 1,924 got A-1 grade, 4,329 got A grade, 9,605 students were declared successful in B grade while 14,940 students were awarded C grade. Total 28,823 students remained unsuccessful while 1,443 were absent in the examinations. 

Published in The Express Tribune, September 5th, 2019.


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