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FBISE HSSC-I results 2009: 61.68 pass percentage

FBISE announces HSSC-I exam 2009 results
Islamabad, Aug 10: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Saturday announced results for HSSC-I.

According to FBISE, the pass percentage stood at 61.68 percent, as 24,512 students of 39,742 cleared all the papers.

The first second and third position-holders were awarded with cash prizes amounting to Rs 10,000, 7,000 and 5,000 respectively.

In Pre-Engineering group, Nauman Khan got first position by securing overall highest 516 marks out of total 550 marks, Hina Tanvir bagged second position by securing 512 marks and Mohammad Owais Ahsan, Shahzeb Atif and Wardah Ejaz shared third position by securing 509 marks.

In Pre-Medical Group, Tayyab Mehmood got first position by securing 512 marks, Salma Malik second with 509 marks and Mohammad Shahrukh and Azka Zainab shared third position by securing 506 marks.

In Science-General Group, Javeria Sohail got first position with 503 marks, Michelle Mary stood second with 495 marks and Mohammad Ehtashamul Haq got third position by securing 487 marks.

In Humanities group, Maryam Yousaf bagged first position by securing 461 marks. Mohammad Ayub and Mehwish Amjad shared second position by securing 452 marks while Sahar Saifullah got third position by securing 451 marks.

In Commerce Group, Atika Liaqat got first position by securing 493 marks, Mehrun Nisa second with 475 marks and Mehwish Ehsan third by securing 474 marks.

In Commerce group all the girls who secured top three positions were from the same institution, same class and even they used to sit together in their class, said official of FBISE while talking to APP.

A total of 37,476 regular students appeared in the annual examination of HSSC-I 2009. Overall 23,931 students cleared all the papers and the pass percentage was 63.86.

While, 581 out of total 2,266 ex/private candidates passed the examination this year with a pass percentage of 25.64.

This year five unfair means cases were reported for which a judicious procedure was adopted.

The result is also available on website www.fbise.edu.pk. or the student should an SMS in the format of: FB[roll number] on unified code 5050. app

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Samrah Ahmad Distinction
Rawalpindi: Samrah Ahmad, daughter of Engineer Nayyer Ahmad, has achieved a distinction by securing 969 marks (92.3%) in secondary school certificate (matriculation) examination conducted by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi. She was student of Presentation Convent High School Lalkurti, Rawalpindi. She secured first position in her class (science group) and second position in the school, says a press release.

Government Boys High School, Khaur Distinction
Rawalpindi: Three students of the Government Boys High School, Khaur belonging to Sukhwal village of Fatehjang tehsil outsmarted their fellows from all nearby villages by clinching top three positions in the Secondary School Certificate examination conducted by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi. According to a press release, Awais Hameed obtained 858 marks and secured first position, Jameel Akram clinched second position by obtaining 822 marks and Ahsan Nazir obtained 754 marks to secure third position. The news


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Induction of 30,000 graduates into NIP on the cards
Islamabad: The Ministry of Youth Affairs will induct 30,000 fresh graduates into its National Internship Programme (NIP) to make them skilled in various fields, sources in the ministry told APP on Sunday. They said applications for the induction of new interns would be invited through electronic and print media in the coming week. They said unemployed graduates and postgraduates below the age of 25 would be eligible to apply for the internship.

They said appointments of the applicants as internees would be conditional to verification of their relevant documents by National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). The ministry is working on a comprehensive plan to train the skilled youths so as to enable them to play their role in development of the country, the sources said, adding, the ministry had already provided employment opportunities to around 22,000 young graduates through the NIP.

They said that external candidates and unemployed postgraduates and graduates who had completed 16 years of formal education in any discipline from any of the HEC-recognised universities and colleges would be appointed for one year with a monthly stipend of Rs 10,000. They said a plan titled 'Economic Empowerment of Youth' of the ministry would harness potential of the young educated generation in the right direction by imparting training and offering internships.

The ministry is also working to increase coordination among skill development institutes to run youth-oriented programmes effectively, they said. The sources said the plan was aimed at providing financial relief to fresh graduates and keeping them engaged in acquiring additional knowledge and real lifework experience. After a successful completion of one-year internship, certificates will be awarded to the interns. app


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