FBISE HSSC Part-II exam results 2010
32,638 pass examination, the number of failures remain 8,608
Islamabad, Aug 06: Girls clinched 12 of the 19 positions in Higher
Secondary School Certificate (Part-II) annual examination 2010 held
under the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).
According to the results declared on Thursday, a total of
41,261 students had appeared in the exam out of whom 32,638 were
The overall pass percentage of regular, private and external students remained 79.10 against 79.43 last year.
Of the students who passed the exam, 2553 made up to A-1 grade.
In the pre-engineering group, Hina Tanveer of Hamza Army Public School
and College, Rawalpindi, secured first position by obtaining 1017 marks,
while Wardah Ejaz of ACME College of Excellence, Sargodha, and Mohammad
Shahzaib Atif of Bahria College, E-8 Islamabad, shared the second
position with 1016 marks each.
The third position was shared by
Haider Navid of F.G. Sir Syed College, the Mall Rawalpindi, and Mohammad
Awais Ehsan of Islamabad College for Boys, G-6/3, both of whom
obtaining 1013 marks.
In the pre-medical group, the first
position was shared by Sameen Shaukat of Fauji Foundation College for
Girls, New Lalazar, Rawalpindi; Tayyab Mehmood of F.G. Sir Syed College,
Rawalpindi, and Azka Zainab of Garrison Academy, Kharian Cantt, with
1014 marks each.
The second position was clinched by Saba Zahra
of Fauji Foundation College for Girls, New Lalazar, who obtained 1011
marks. Maimoonah Asif of Army Public School and College, Humayun Road
Rawalpindi, stood third by obtaining 1010 marks.
In the science
general group, Javeria Sohail of Fizayia Inter College, Lahore Cantt,
secured first position by getting 1014 marks while Mohammad Ehtishamul
Haq of F.G. Sir Syed College, Rawalpindi, stood second with 990 marks.
Michelle Mary Gomez of Fauji Foundation College for Girls, New Lalazar,
bagged the third position by scoring 971 marks.
In the commerce
group, all three positions were secured by girl students of Punjab
College of Commerce, Peshawar Road Rawalpindi. Mehrun Nisa Samad
clinched the first position by obtaining 959 marks, Atika Liaquat second
with 957 marks and Mehwish Ehsan bagged the third position with 940
In the humanities group, Mohammad Ayub of the Institute
of Islamic Sciences, Islamabad, stood first with 925 marks, Mehwish
Amjad of F.G. Degree College for Women, Abid Majeed Road Rawalpindi,
remained second by securing 909 marks while the third position was
secured by Hafiz M. Omar Abbasi of Institute of Islamic Sciences,
Islamabad, with 899 marks.
A total of 5622 regular candidates
appeared in the science group, out of whom 1108 boys and 4044 girls got
through with pass percentage of 87.36 and 92.88. The overall percentage
for this group remained 91.64.
In the pre-engineering group,
8668 candidates appeared, of whom 6298 boys and 2370 girls passed the
exam. The pass percentage remained 88.39 and 93.76, respectively.
Similarly, 6776 students appeared in the general science group and 4776 in the commerce group.
The pass percentage for both the groups remained 79.55 and 84.25.
Likewise, in humanities group, 7753 candidates appeared out of whom
1149 boys and 6604 girls passed all the subjects with the overall
percentage of 78.36.
According to the FBISE, 15 unfair means cases were reported this year of which 13 were decided and two were under process.
The board has directed students wishing to recheck their papers to apply within 30 days of the declaration of the results.
The supplementary examination will commence on October 5. Dawn
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HEC declares degrees of 47 parliamentarians fake
Islamabad: The Higher Education Commission has so far declared 47 educational
degrees submitted by lawmakers to the Election Commission of Pakistan at
the time of the 2008 general elections fake or invalid, with 11 members
of the National Assembly, six senators, 15 members of the Punjab
Assembly, one of the Sindh Assembly and seven each of the Khyber
Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan assemblies, according to documents obtained
from the HEC.
The number is likely to go up as scrutiny of the remaining 816 documents is under process.
HEC on Thursday handed over to the Election Commission a list of 293
educational degrees it had verified so far, out of which 47 had been
declared fake, while 246 were genuine. The invalid degrees included
those obtained from non-charted institutions.
Out of 1,170
parliamentarians and members of the provincial assemblies, 60 had been
elected in by-polls when the bachelor's degree condition to contest
elections was scrapped, while elections in the NA-42 FATA constituency
could not be held so far due to the law and order situation, hence these
constituencies would not come under scrutiny.
copy of official documents available with Daily Times shows that degrees
of three senators had been declared fake, while those of another three
were stated invalid.
Among the senators whose degrees had been
declared fake included Mir Mohabbat Khan, Gul Muhammad and Rehana Yahya
Baloch. The degrees of two independent senators from Balochistan, Wali
Muhammad Badini and Nawabzada Muhammad Akbar, were also declared
invalid. The degree of another senator – Israrullah Khan, the minister
for postal services – which he claimed to have obtained from the
International University of America (London) had also been declared
MNAs: In the list, there were 11 members of the National
Assembly whose degrees were held fake or invalid. Fake degree-holder
MNAs include, Syed Salman Mohsin and Mazhar Hayat of the PML-N and Nasir
Ali Shah and Akhunzada Chitan of the PPP.
The degrees of
Hayatullah Khan Tareen and Ghulam Dastgir Rajar had also been declared
fake. The degree of Javed Hussain Shah was declared invalid. However,
these three members have already quit the assembly.
A PPP member, Humayun Kurd, who is also a cabinet member, is among the invalid degree holders.
degree of Haji Roziuddin had been declared fake, while that of another
MMA legislator was held invalid by the HEC. Another MNA whose degree was
held invalid was Mir Hamadan Khan of the PML-Q.
Punjab Assembly members whose degrees had been declared fake were Waseem
Gondal, Samina Khawar Hayyat, Safina Saima Khar, Saima Aziz, Safdar
Gill, Zulfiqar Ali, Meer Badshah Qaisrani, Afshan Farooq, Seemal Kamran,
Farah Deeba, Syeda Majida Zadi, and Shumaila Rana. The provincial
assembly members who held invalid degrees, included Shafiq Gujjar and
The HEC has so far found one degree of a Sindh
Assembly member, Nawbzada Nadir Magsi, as invalid. The HEC had also
declared the degrees held by five legislators of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
government fake. There were two members of the assembly who held invalid
In the Balochistan Assembly, degrees of two members had
been declared fake and five degrees invalid. Fake degree holders
included Haji Ali Madad and Muhammad Khan Toor. Invalid degree holders
were Nawabzada Tariq Magsi, Shama Magsi, Rubina Zafar, Abdul Samad
Akhunzada and Yar Muhammad.
Earlier, this list was handed over by
the HEC's focal person in his first meeting after his nomination with
the ECP spokesman, Afzal Khan, who has also been tasked with supervising
the process of verification of parliamentarians' degrees.
The ECP secretary told reporters that the HEC had sent back copies of 22 degrees for not being legible. Daily times
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Quaideen office opened at campus
Islamabad: The office Quaid-i-Azam University Alumni Association
commonly known as 'Quaideen' was inaugurated by Vice-Chancellor Dr.
Masoom Yasinzai in the QAU administration block here Thursday.
Office-bearers of 'Quaideen' and senior staff of the university were
Addressing the gathering, Prof Yasinzai said that
QAU will extend all help to 'Quaideen' and in return, Rai Sikandar,
President of 'Quaideen', said that the old students body will do its
utmost in facilitating its alma mater in its efforts to promote
education and expand the Campus. The VC said, "Old students are our
ambassadors at large, who are playing an active role in developing
goodwill for the university in the country and abroad." He lauded the
alumni for helping the university in establishing new programmes through
its continuous support both materially and with ideas. He said he
wanted that all outgoing students should be on board vis-a-vis alumni
and its activities.
Rai Sikandar said that establishment of
alumni office would greatly help in expediting joint welfare programmes
being executed by the Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad and 'Quaideen'
including establishment of social sciences seminar hall and instituting
Naveed-e-Rahat, Dean of Social Sciences, said that
'Quaideen' and QAU in future will chalk out more programmes and joint
Quaideen Secretary-General Murtaza Noor said that a
permanent office at the Campus would facilitate in preparation of alumni
data bank, timely updating and maintaining regular contact with the old
students and new graduates.
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UIIT open house
Islamabad: The 8th annual Open House of
University Institute of Information Technology (UIIT) of Arid
Agriculture University would be held on August 10. The event will help
to showcase the skills and potential of graduating students of UIIT,
says a press release issued here on Thursday. The step is taken by UIIT
every year. UIIT has planned to hold this event on a national scale and
all the major leaders of IT industry and academia are expected to grace
this event. The news
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