Boys from Kasur and Nankana Sahib have secured top two positions in secondary school certificate (SSC) annual examinations 2014.
On Thursday, Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) announced the names of position holders. Students securing the top three positions scored more than 97 per cent marks each.
BISE Chairman Nasrullah Virk announced overall positions, science group positions for both boys and girls and humanities group positions for boys and girls.
Usama Qamar from the Government High School Hussain Khan Wala, Kasur, got 1,076 marks to secure the overall first position. Ali Husnain from the Pak Garrison High School Nanakana Sahib and Sajeeha Ashraf from the Crescent Kids Campus High School for Girls, Lahore, shared the second position. They scored 1,072 marks each.
Ramisha Aslam from the Society Public Girls High School, Lahore, stood third. She bagged 1,071 marks.
In the Science group, Usama Qamar and Ali Husnain scored 1,076 and 1,072 marks to secure first and second positions respectively. Umair Iftikhar from Government High School, Sheikhupura, secured the third position obtaining 1,069 marks.
Among girls in the Science group, Sajeeha Ashraf secured first position with 1,072 marks followed by Ramisha Aslam who scored 1,071 marks. They also bagged second and third positions overall. Four students shared the third position. They were Maria Imran from the Adabistan-i-Soophia Higher Secondary School, Saman Suhail from the Education Centre High School for Girls, Fatima Naeem from the LDA Model Girls High School and Maham Noor from the KIPS High School for Girls. They all received 1,069 marks.
In the Humanities group, girls outscored boys.
Shamrooz Ali from the Government Public Model High School, Nain Sukh, secured the first position in the Humanities group among boys. He scored 992 marks. Muhammad Rizwan from the Allama Iqbal Public Boys High School, Kasur, stood second with 988 marks. Rizwan Ali from the Millat Public High School for Boys Mananwala stood third with 986 marks.
Among girls in the Humanities group, Tayyaba Afzal from the Farooqi Girls High School stood first with 1,026 marks. She was followed by Tayyba Tariq Butt of the Pak Angels Girls High School who got 1,013 marks. Amna Saleem of the Government Pak Standard Girls High School stood third with 1,012 marks.
The detailed results will be announced on Friday (today) at Alhamra Hall. The results will available on the board’s website after 10am.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 25th, 2014.
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