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Hyderabad HSC-II pre-medical, pre-engg & general results

Hyderabad HSC-II science result out
Hyderabad, Aug 19, 2008: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Hyderabad announced on Monday the results of annual examinations of Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-II (Class-XII) pre-medical, pre-engineering and science general groups.

Among boys, Waqas Mughis (seat No.83326) and Abdul Bari Babar (83334) of Superior Science College secured first and second positions. Tahir Hanif (92907) of National College of Science and Arts secured the third.

Among girls, Anum Mughal (83008) of College of Excellence for Girls, Aisha Farooque (80682) of Government Nazareth Girl College and Saira (94585) of Government Girls College, secured first, second and third positions.

In the pre-engineering group among boys, the first position was secured by Saeed Hassan Khan (71762) of Superior College of Science. Mohammad Umar (71735) of Superior College of Science and Mohammad Jawad (74643) of Cadet College Petaro secured second and third.

Among the girls, Sharmeen Abid (71886) of Superior College of Science secured first position. Ayesha Ahmed (77779) of Army Intermediate College secured second and Fiza (76934) of Government Girls College bagged third.

In the science general group among boys, Shahrukh (65753) of Saifee College of Computer Science secured first. Taha Qazi (65679) of The Educator College and Sikandar (65369) of Government College bagged second and third.

Sidra Qamar (65669) of Hayat Girls College secured first, Bushra (67017) and Madiha (67019) of Government Girls Degree College secured second and third positions by obtaining 803 and 787 marks, respectively.

Top students want radical changes in syllabus
Hyderabad: The students who clinched top positions in the intermediate examinations have called for radical changes in the syllabus to make it at par with the developments taking place in modern education systems.

They have expressed concern over declining standard of education but some still believe that all is not lost in the government-run educational institutions and their standard can be easily raised by improving the performance of professors and ensuring regular attendance of students.

Saeed Hassan Khan, who topped in pre-engineering group with 969 marks, said he had prepared himself well for the examinations. He agreed that tuition culture was flourishing only because of the fact that teachers did not give proper attention to students in both private and government institutions.

"Standard of education is on the decline. Teachers don't ensure regular attendance of students in colleges," said Hassan.

"Then there is obsolete syllabus being taught to students which is incompatible with modern world's needs," he argued and called for updating the syllabi and eradicating copy culture through strict measures.

Sharmeen Sheikh was overjoyed at clinching the first among girls. "I study for five to six hours normally and when examinations get under way I devote whole day to my studies," she said.

She denied having attended tuition centres and said that honest self-study by students could pay dividends even if they did not take tuition. Teachers in both private and government institutions gave more time at coaching centres, she said.

"I don't believe that coaching centres are giving any better results," said Sharmeen and urged teachers to realise their responsibilities.

Mohammad Umar, an avid basketball player who grabbed the second in pre-engineering, disagreed to the suggestion that the syllabi needed changes. He said that students had to learn by rote under compulsion.

The students justifiably supported question papers based on multiple choice questions on the pattern of examination of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education. Mode of education in fact drew a line between O level system and the BSIE's, he said.

Fiza Surhio, who secured third in pre-engineering from a government college in Nawabshah, disagreed with all those who believed that government's own educational institutions could not deliver.

"All is not lost in the institutions because teachers do give their full input and they complete the course. But there is a problem that girls don't attend classes regularly," she said, agreeing that students tend to prefer tuition nowadays.

Surhio, who plans to join telecommunication faculty, said that tuitions provided an opportunity to students to have regular tests and cover the grey areas in their studies. She admitted incidence of cheating in examinations.

"I think we are being taught obsolete course that needs to be updated so much so that our physics and mathematics teachers claim that they had been taught what they are teaching them now," she observed.

She supported MCQs-type examinations and disappointed to see that even this year this mode of examination was not introduced despite repeated calls by students.

Abdul Bari, who secured second position in pre-medical, was of the view that talented students in government institutions could get positions as well. He said that he took tuition and studied for five hours on an average.

Aisha Farooque, who secured second position in pre-medical from a government college of Hyderabad, strongly supported objective type examination papers. "This time our paper of physics was quite proper. But you can't rule out changes in syllabus and course books should be made so attractive that students take interest in studies," she contended. Dawn

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