LAHORE: Boys got top positions intermediate examinations whose results were announced here on Sunday.
The first two positions were secured by students of Government College University (GCU). Asad Mumtaz stood first with 1,047 marks and Usama Tanveer shared the second position with Khadija Nadeem of Kinnaird College for women with 1,038 marks.
The third position was shared by Hadia Tahir of Kinnaird College for Women and Ayesha Sikander Baig of Punjab College for Women by securing 1,037.
In the pre-engineering group, GCU students secured the top three positions among the boys group.
Asad Mumtaz was first , who also secured the overall top position, secured the first position in the pre-engineering boys group with 1,047 marks followed by Hafiz Usama at the second place with 1,038.
Juanid Ali secured third position in the pre-engineering boys group by securing 1,028 marks.
Iqra Javed of the Punjab College secured the first position with 1,033 marks followed by Ateequa Yaqoob of the Kinnaird College for Women with 1,030 marks in the pre-engineering girls group. Mahnoor Dar of the Punjab College secured third position in the group with 1,027 marks.
Khadija Nadeem secured the first position with 1038 marks followed by Hadia Tahir and Ayesha Sikander Baig with 1,037 marks in the pre-medical group among girls.
The third position was secured by Sania Ashfaq of the Punjab College with 1,035 marks.
Among boys, the top three positions were all secured by GCU students.
Muhammad Ali Aziz stood first with 1,034 marks, Ahmed Ali Aziz second with 1,026 marks and Saad Ali Zanjani third with 1,025 marks.
In general science group, the highest marks among girls were scored by Maria Nadeem of the Punjab College for Women (989) followed by Armish Ashraf of the Kinnaird College for Women(982).
The third position was secured by Maria Ahmad with 969 marks.
Among the boys, Talaul Badar of the Punjab College secured the first position with 988 marks followed by Umer Shahid of the same institute with 972 marks. Adnan Ali Syed of the GCU stood third with 960 marks.
In the humanities group, Aneeqa Aftab of the Lahore College for Women University stood first with 968 marks followed by a private candidate Aroosa Adrees with 962 marks. Amina Ishaq of the Minhajul Quran Degree College for Women stood third with 957 marks.
A private candidate Muhammad Hassan secured first position among boys with 939 marks. Hafiz Muhammad Usman-e-Ghani of the Unique College of Computer Science for Boys stood second with 935 marks and Asif Hussain of the GCU third with 928 marks.
Private candidate Iram Fayaz stood first in the commerce group among girls with 1,007 marks. Shazia Rafiq of the Punjab College for Women stood second with 972 marks. The third position was shared by private candidates, Maria Ali Ahmed and Aqsa Azeem with 967 marks. Among boys, Muhammad Hassan secured first position with 980 marks followed by Syed Muhammad Asghar Ali who secured 971 marks, both of the Punjab College. The third position was secured by Muhammad Naeem of the Shah Kot College of Commerce for Boys with 970 marks.
The results will be officially announced at 9am at the Alhamra hall on Monday.
The top students will be presented awards at the ceremony.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 23rd, 2013.