Glad tidings: BISEs announce matriculation toppers

Published: July 25, 2014
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Prizes to be given to position holders at ceremony at BISE office today. STOCK PHOTO

Prizes to be given to position holders at ceremony at BISE office today. STOCK PHOTO

FAISALABAD: 

Faisalabad Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Friday announced names of top scorers of matriculation examinations.

BISE Secretary Hamid Khalil told newsmen that the results would formally be announced at the BISE office on Jhang Road on Friday (today).

Minister for Food Bilal Yasin would be the chief guest and distribute awards, prizes and certificates among positions holders. He said the results could also be seen online at www.bisefsd.edu.pk.

He said Shahroz Tabassum, son of Akram Masih, a student of La Salle High school was the top scorer this year securing 1,073 marks.

Usama Anwar, son of Muhammad Anwar, of the same school stood second with 1,069 marks and Muhammad Umar Farooq of Kamil Foundation secured 1,064 marks.

He said they all belonged to the science group.

Among girls, Manahil Aslam of Laboratory Girls High School, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, stood first. She secured 1,062 marks. Manal Tariq from Divisional Public School got 1,061 marks and Asman Batool secured 1,060 marks.

In general group (boys), Umar Islam from Happy Home Schools stood first by securing 995 marks.

Muhammad Abdullah Zahid from Faisalabad School secured 984 marks and and Abdul Salam, a private candidate stood third with 942 marks.

Among girls, in general group Misbah from Government Aligarh High School Islamnagar secured 1,007 marks and stood first.

Nimra from Suffa Public High School for Girls 53-GB Jaranwala was second with 1,006 marks. Hira Asif from government Girls High School was third with 1,001 marks.

Results for Multan

Ayesha Khan Khakwani of Nishat Girls High Schools stood first with 1,070 marks in her Secondary School Certificate examinations and Mariya Tehreem of Divisional Public School for Girls, Vehari, clinched second position with 1,069 marks in the science group, a handout of the BISE, Multan, said on Thursday. The third position went to two students Usama Arshad of Young Scholars Secondary (Boys), Khanewal, and Sohaib Rehman of The Educators High School Ghazali Campus, Vehari. They secured 1,068 marks each.

In the Arts Group, Muhammad Abdur Rehman, a private student, stood first with 1,037 marks, while Anmol Munir, another private student stood second with 1,033 marks.

The third position went to Shumaila, a private student, who secured 1,025 marks. The prize distribution ceremony will be held on July 25 (Friday) at the BISE Jubilee Hall.

Provincial Minister for Prisons Chaudhary Abdul Waheed Aarrain will be the chief guest on the occasion.

In Sargodha

Tehreem Fatima of Sanai School System, Maham Sabir of Convent High School and Muhammad Osama of Dar-i-Arqam secured first position with 1,060 marks. Rimsha Khalid of Malik Azam Memorial School Mianwali, Rimsha Khalid of Sanai School System, and Zainab Ali and Sakina Arif of the Eaglets School stood second with 1,058 marks. Mariam Mehmood of Dar-i-Arqam Joharabad was third with 1,057 marks. A total 58,965 students sat the exams and 40,106 (68.01 per cent) of them passed.

In Gujranwala

BISE announced on Thursday that 64,165 candidates had taken the Gujranwala Board Matriculation Exams and 69.97 per cent of them passed the exam. In the Science group, 42,502 boys sat the exam and 31,161 of them (73.31 per cent) passed.

In the Science group, 38,121 girls took the exam and 32,382 of them (84.94 per cent) passed. In the General group, 27,269 boys sat the exam and 12,940 of them (47.45 per cent) passed. In the General group, 56,273 girls took the exam and 38,380 of them (68.20 per cent) passed.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 25th, 2014.

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