FDE announces results of centralised exams

This year, 25,101 male and female students appeared in Class-V examination

Our Corresondent April 20, 2024


The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has announced the results of grade V and VIII centralised examinations for the year 2023-24.

This year, a total of 25,101 male and female students appeared in the Class-V examination. According to the details of the announced results, in the 5th class, the number of successful male students was 9599, while the number of female students was 11,598.

The pass percentage remained 84.5 per cent.  Similarly, a total of 19,693 male and female students appeared in the annual centralised examinations of Class VIII, in which the pass percentage was 87.25 per cent. The number of successful male students of the eighth class was 15,934 while female students were 21,473.

Haiqa Karim of Islam Model School G-8/2 stood first with 587 marks in the Centralised Examination of Class V. The second position in the 5th class was secured by Mashal Fatima, Aina Munahal and Ayesha Iman with 586 marks. Zainab of G-10/2 Model College bagged the 3rd position in the 5th class with 585 marks.

Maryam Shafi of CDA Model School bagged the first position with 679 marks in the 8th class centralised examination. Hamdan Shamsher of I-8/3 Model College got the second position of the 8th class by securing 675 marks. Aleema Tahira Noor got the third position in the 8th class by getting 673 marks.

According to the details, on the girls’ side, in Class V exams, Islam College for Girls bagged the first position with 19 scholarships. On the girls' side, I-10/4 Girls’ College stood second with 14 scholarships in class five. In Class V, ICB stood first on the boys’ side with 24 scholarships, while G-10/4 Boys College stood second with 19 scholarships.

In Class VIII, on the girls’ side, ICG stood first with nine scholarships, while Islamabad Model School F-7 stood second with eight scholarships. On the boys’ side in Class VIII, G-9/4 Model College stood first with 21 scholarships while F-8/4 Model College stood second with 13 scholarships.


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