BISE Lahore matric results : Private schools positions
BISE declares matric results: Honour belongs to private schools
Lahore, Aug 05: The students of private schools bagged top positions in the
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) part system annual examination for 2010 as
126,753 candidates out of the 208,520 were declared successful with a percentage
of 60.79. The pass percentage last year was 61.99.
The results were
declared at a medal and prize-awarding ceremony in the honour of the top
position-holders in the SSC (matriculation) annual examination. The Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore organised the event at its
examination centres building on Lawrence Road on Wednesday.
All the 16
positions, including four shared ones, were secured by the candidates of private
schools or those who appeared as private candidates.
The Farooqi Girls
High School, Karim Park maintained its tradition by clinching three positions in
humanities group among girls. Two positions each were bagged by The Punjab
School for Girls, Block-2 C-1 Township, Lahore; and HERA Public High School for
Boys, Housing Colony, Nankana Sahib.
One position each was secured by
Sadiq Memorial High School for Boys, Amin Town, Kasur; District Public School
for Boys, Okara; Crescent Model Higher Secondary School for Boys, Shadman
Colony, Lahore; Divisional Public High School for Girls, Model Town, Lahore; The
Capital Girls High School, 1-Angoori Street, Shalimar Link Road, Lahore; Khudian
Public Boys High School, Mohalla Rajputtan, Kasur; and Pakistan Model High
School for Girls, Raiwind Road, Kasur.
POSITION-HOLDERS: Ramla Ijaz
(roll number 132626) of Divisional Public High School for Girls, Model Town,
Lahore clinched overall top position in the Lahore board examination by securing
1019 marks out of 1050. She also secured top position in science group among
Zabreen Tahir (135290) of The Punjab School for Girls, Block-2
C-1 Township, Lahore secured second position with 1018 marks. She also secured
second position in science group among girls.
Muhammad Attiqueur Rehman
(147822) of Sadiq Memorial High School for Boys, Khudian Khas, Kasur bagged
third position with 1014 marks. He bagged first position in science group among
In science group among boys, the second position was shared by
Muhammad Salman Aslam (153604) of District Public School for Boys, Okara and
Awais Raza (182368) of Crescent Model Higher Secondary School for Boys, Lahore,
with 1013 marks each.
The third position was shared by Muhammad Arslan
Ali (159412) and Moaaz Ahmad (159413) of HERA Public High School for Boys,
Nankana Sahib, with 1012 marks.In science group among girls, Momina Rauf
(141134) of The Capital Girls High School, 1-Angoori Street, Shalimar Link Road,
Lahore, clinched third position with 1012 marks.
In humanities group
among boys, two private candidates -- Muhammad Bilal Zaib (104011) from Lahore
and Muhammad Usman (106159) from Kasur -- secured first and second positions
with 971 and 926 marks, respectively. The third position was bagged by Hafiz
Muhammad Kashif (225190) of Khudian Public Boys High School, Kasur, with 916
In humanities group among girls, Rabia Zahid (208694) of The
Punjab School for Girls, Block-2 C-1 Township, Lahore bagged first position with
978 marks. The second position was shared by Sania Riaz (212257) of Farooqi
Girls High School, Karim Park and Anam Yaseen (194369) of Pakistan Model High
School for Girls, Raiwind Road, Kasur, with 975 marks each.
position was shared by Khalida Muzaffar (212244) and Aqsa Rafaqat (212217) of
Farooqi Girls High School, Karim Park, Ravi Road, with 964 marks each.
RESULT PREAMBLE: The preamble to the results show that 91,889 candidates
appeared in science group. Of them, 71,501 have passed showing a percentage of
77.81. In humanities group, 116,631 candidates appeared out of whom 55,252 have
been declared passed (47.37 per cent).
As many as 116,885 regular
candidates appeared for the science and arts groups out of whom 92,836
candidates passed the examination (79.43pc). As many as 91,635 private
candidates appeared for science and arts groups out of whom 33,917 candidates
got through (37.01pc).
Overall 12,029 students secured grade A+ (9.49
per cent), 17,787 A (14.03 per cent), 30,105 B (23.75 per cent), 42,254 C (33.34
per cent), 23,468 D (18.51 per cent) and 891 students E (0.70 per cent).
STUDENT VIEWS: The high achievers in the matriculation examination were
unanimous that leadership myopia, corruption and terrorism were the main
problems plaguing the country. They said the politicians and all others
possessing bogus degrees must be punished.
The top position holder,
Ramla Ijaz, who wants to become an engineer, stressed that the matriculation
syllabus needed to be upgraded. Her father, Dr Hafiz Ijaz Ahmad said his
daughter had broken his record of third position which he had bagged in Lahore
Board way back in 1971.
Zabreen Tahir said she aimed at becoming a
doctor. Muhammad Attiqueur Rehman urged the government to take initiatives to
strengthen the education system in the country.
"Roll No 40393 Result of my annual examination 2010,the colum of total shows ZERO,infront of two subjects English and Math,Kindly update my result card by intimate to me,thanks"
Name: NABEELA FAREED
City, Country: Lahore
"respected i got 971 marks in matric examination 2010. how can i get some scholarship. please inform me i shall be very grateful."
Name: noor ul ain
City, Country: okara(Pakistan)
"CAN I IMPROVE 3 SUBJECTS OF PART -II IN SUPLEMENTRY EXAM"
City, Country:RWP PAKISTAN
"plez send 2007 matric restcard"
Name: umair raza
City, Country:hujra shah muqeem
"can i improve my 3 subjects in supplementary exame ssc part-1, 2010"
Name: muhammad haris
City, Country: Lahore, Pakistan
"please pray fr me"
City, Country: okara
"main ny 9th Class main poltry study ki thi lakn ab bio study krna chahta hon ...... is ka kya trika ho ga k main dobara sy bio k sath improve kr sko?"
Name: Hafia Manfaz
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Toppers blame govt, people for crises
Lahore: The high achievers of matriculation examinations 2010 have held
people and government responsible for present crises being faced by the
They also said that parliamentarians, having fake degrees,
should be punished. The position holders said lack of leadership, corruption,
illiteracy, energy crisis and terrorism were major issues presently confronted
by the country.
Talking to the reporters after medal-awarding ceremony,
the position holders said the curricula should be upgraded while keeping in view
changing modern world.
Ramla Ijaz, who secured overall top poison in
Lahore Board's Matric exam, termed lack of leadership a major issue confronted
by the country. She expressed hope to pursue engineering education in the
Zabreen Tahir, who secured overall second position, said
corruption was the most serious issue of the country, adding that whole nation
should work with honesty. She also suggested introduction of modern demand
driven subjects at matriculation level.
Muhammad Attique ur Rehman, who
got overall third position, said the country was facing lack of leadership,
adding that fake degrees issue had also exposed corruption on part of
Aqsa Rafaqat, another high achiever, said corruption was
county's major issue which needed to be eradicated from all the departments of
the country. Arslan Ali said terrorism was the real issue of the country as
whole nation was suffering due to terrorism.
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BISE result error again
Lahore: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore,
continued its tradition of embarrassing the Punjab government with its grave
errors in results of matriculation annual examination, 2010.
Last year, a
controversy had erupted when owing to mere negligence of the BISE officials, a
private candidate, who had secured 914 marks, was awarded a bronze medal and Rs
10,000 for "achieving" third position in Intermediate's Commerce Group (among
boys) despite the fact in this group, another student of a private college had
secured 915 marks.
This time, the BISE Lahore has declared 607
candidates pass in subject of Persian whereas 507 had appeared in the exam for
said subject, thanks to negligence of board administration led by its Chairman
Prof Dr Muhammad Akram Kashmiri.
According to the BISE official statement
showing subject-wise pass percentage, the pass percentage in the subject of
Persian this year remained 119.72 as out of total 507 candidates '607' passed
The frequent grave errors have been raising concerns among the
stakeholders besides creating doubts among them about authenticity of results
declared by the BISE, Lahore.
When contacted, Controller Examination
Prof Manzur ul Hassan Niazi termed the mistake a typographical error. The news
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Suppl exam from Sept 27
Lahore: The Lahore board announced that the Secondary School Certificate
(supplementary) examination for 2010 would begin on Sept 27.
candidates can submit their admission forms with single fee till Aug 25, with
double fee till Sept 1 and with triple fee till Sept 8.
The board says
the candidates who appeared in full subjects in the SSC annual examination for
2010 and have been placed under compartment in one or two subjects may re-appear
in the failing subject(s) till SSC annual examination for 2011.
candidates intending to apply for re-checking of their papers may do so on a
prescribed pro forma within 15 days of the declaration of results.
intending to improve their grade or marks are allowed to appear in any
subject(s) or Part-I or Part-II or both parts with one examination opportunity
within one year of passing relevant examination in the same group/subject(s) in
current/prevalent syllabus. But it is compulsory to appear and qualify the
subjects qualified under concessional marks for improvement.
said "no additional examination opportunity shall be provided in lieu of an
opportunity missed for any reason".
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Mismanagement mars ceremony
Lahore: Mismanagement by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education marred the award-distribution ceremony as position-holders, their
parents and teachers were packed in a small stuffy hall.
position-holders, their parents and teachers were called two hours before the
formal ceremony was scheduled to begin at 10am. A number of guests kept standing
in the small hall as there was improper seating arrangement.
learnt that the board management began the ceremony at 9.15am and concluded it
around 10am even before the media reached there to cover the event. Board
chairman Prof Dr Akram Kashmiri, who was the chief guest at the ceremony,
slipped away to avoid media queries.
Many position-holders told
journalists that the board had made a mess of the ceremony and frustrated the
guests. The board management spoiled the otherwise memorable day for them, they
One of the students said his friends and relatives were glued to
their TV sets to see him receiving medal but the ceremony ended even before the
electronic media could set up their systems for live coverage.
management also failed to ensure secrecy of results, with many channels giving
names of some position-holders before the ceremony.
Printer Error: The
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education committed a mistake in its
statement showing subject-wise pass percentage in the preamble to the result
The notification says 507 students appeared for the
examination in the subject of Persian and 607 were declared pass. Dawn
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