Punjab Matric result 2011, low pass percentage
58.72 pass percentage in matric exams exposes standard
Lahore, Aug 03: The Board of
Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Tuesday announced
result of matriculation annual examination 2011 according to which overall pass
percentage was 58.72.
A prize distribution ceremony in honour of high
achievers was also held at Alhamra where Punjab Minister for Education Mujtaba
Shujaur Rehman was the chief guest while BISE Chairman Prof Dr Akram Kashmiri,
controller exams Prof Manzurul Hassan Niazi and other officials were also
present. A total of 206,011 candidates had appeared in the Matric exams 2011 out
of which 120,977 could pass the exam. According to the result gazette, the pass
percentage in Science Group was 76.32 as 73,680 candidates out of total 96,536
of the group passed the exam. However, the pass percentage in Humanities Group
remained 43.20 as 47,297 candidates out of total 109,475 of the group could pass
the exam. It is pertinent to mention here that the result of matriculation
annual examination 2011 was announced by all the BISEs of the province on
Tuesday and in this connection, special functions were held at all divisional
headquarters. However, the details of toppers were announced by the BISE Lahore
like other boards on Monday, a day before the official announcement of the
Larabe Farrukh (Roll No 744499) of the Kips High School for
Girls, Johar Town, grabbed the overall first position by securing 1,022 marks
out of 1,050 while Saman Habib (Roll No 751497) of the LDA Model Girls High
School, Allama Iqbal Town, got second position by securing 1,021 marks. The
third position was shared by two candidates, Taimoor Jaffar Ali (Roll No 776018)
of Crescent Model Higher Secondary School for Boys, Shadman, and Arfa Tahir
(Roll No 744580) of Divisional Public Higher Secondary School for Girls, Model
Town, who both secured 1,020 marks.
The result, once again, has exposed
poor performance of the government schools as most of the position holders are
students of private institutions. A mere comparison of high achievers also makes
it clear that girl students outshined boys as overall top three positions have
been grabbed by them.
The overall topper was awarded a Pentium-IV
computer, gold medal and cash prize of Rs 20,000. The student with second
position was awarded a silver medal and Rs 15,000 while the third position
holder was awarded a bronze medal and Rs 10,000. Similarly the toppers of
different groups were awarded these prizes except Pentium-IV
Speaking on the occasion, the minister for education said
education was top priority of the Punjab government and measures were being
taken to uplift the sector. He talked about new online system of admission at
some public colleges of the province.
He further said the position
holders would be invited by the chief minister for a special ceremony and prizes
would be awarded to them besides a guard of honour would also be organised for
them during their stay at Murree in the coming days.
Muhammad Aslam Kamboh, Higher Education Department Additional Secretary Zarak
Mirza and a large number of students and their parents attended the
The extreme hot weather together with poor functioning of ACs
at Alhamra greatly irked participants of the ceremony. Meanwhile, different
student organisation set up camps and offered free results to students.
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Punjab Matric position-holders flay Danish schools
Lahore: The position-holders of matriculation annual examination 2011, expressing strong
concerns over excessive power loadshedding, held the rulers and politicians
responsible for the countryís ever increasing problems.
Talking to the
reporters after prize distribution ceremony, organised in their honour by the
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) here on Tuesday, the high
achievers also demanded a uniform curriculum to be followed by schools across
Some of the position-holders also expressed concerns over
the Punjab governmentís Daanish School System, saying it was unfortunate that at
the time when thousands of public schools were lacking basic facilities, the
government was spending lavishly on the selected schools.
topper of BISE Lahoreís 2011 Matric exam, Larabe Farrukh, said massive
loadshedding of electricity was badly affecting the daily life of people while
ever increasing inflation had also made their lives miserable. She asked how a
country could progress without energy. She also expressed concerns over the
countryís education system. Larabe shared her future plan, saying she would join
medical profession and become a doctor in the future.
Saman Habib, who
stood second, shared almost similar views and condemned excessive power
loadshedding. She said inflation was greatly affecting peopleís lives but there
was no respite in sight from the issue.
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Private students bag top three positions in DG Khan
DG Khan: The private students bagged all the three top positions in the
SSC annual examination 2011 here on Tuesday.
As many as 32,112
candidates passed the examination while 18,458 failed, showing the pass
percentage of 63.50. Muhammad Irfan (Roll No 714865) of Misali Zakria Higher
Secondary School, Muzaffargarh grabbed the overall first position by securing
1009 marks. Mashood Iqbal (Roll No 714538) of Sardar Koray Khan Public School
Muzaffargarh, Muhammad Shoaib (Roll No 714785) of Abdalian Science Higher
Secondary School Muzaffargarh and Anam Rehman (Roll No 715567) of Misali Zakria
Girls Higher Secondary School Muzaffargarh secured the second position with 1008
marks each. Muhammad Abdullah Ibrahim (Roll No 724065) of Government Boys High
School Jampur took the third position with 1007 marks.
In the Science
Group, Anam Rehman (Roll No 715567) bagged the first position with 1008 marks,
Mawra Hafeez (Roll No 722954) of Layyah Girls Public School, Layyah stood second
by securing 999 marks. Hira Yaqoob Gurchani (Roll No 701849) of Divisional
Public School Dera Ghazi Khan secured the third position with 997 marks.
In the Science Group (boys), Muhammad Irfan (Roll No 714865) of Misali
Zakria Higher Secondary School Muzaffargarh grabbed the first position by
securing 1009 marks. Mashood Iqbal (Roll No 714538) of Sardar Koray Khan Public
School Muzaffargarh and Muhammad Shoaib (Roll No 714785) of Abdalian Science
Higher Secondary School Muzaffargarh grabbed the second position by securing
1008 marks each. Muhammad Abdullah (Roll No 724065) of Al-Kamal Boys High School
Jampur, Rajanpur stood third with 1007 marks.
In the Humanities Group,
Ibrar Hussain (Roll No 105978) and Muhammad Danish (Roll No 102480) – both
private candidates – stood first and third position by getting 884 and 867
marks. Muhammad Afzal (Roll No 105563) of Government Boys High School Fatehpur,
Layyah grabbed the second position with 881 marks. Safia Manzoor (Roll No
102499) of Al-Manzoor Public School stood first among the girls by getting 950
marks while Zarmina Gul (Roll No 107002) of Government Girls High School Chak No
137/TDA Layyah and Samreen Fatima (Roll No 106995) of Government Girls High
School Chak No 279/TDA Layyah got the second and third positions with 929 and
923 marks respectively.
BISE Chairman Dr Bashir Muhammad Gujjar and
Controller Examination Abdul Waheed Qaisrani announced the results. Senior
Adviser to Chief Minister Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa gave away the prizes to
the position holders at the Auditorium. Parents, educationists and a large
number of students attended the ceremony.
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Girls outshine boys in Multan
Multan: Girls clinched the top three positions in the annual
secondary school certificate (SSC) examinations.
Overall Top Positions:
Mehwish Kalsoom (Roll No 708007) of the Naukhaiz Girls School stood first with
1021 marks, Ammara Chaand and Ferheen Fatima Khan shared the second position
with 1018 marks while Muneeba Ramzan and Maida Shahzad shared the third position
with 1015 marks.
Science Group Boys: Muhammad Abbas of the
Quaid-e-Millat High School, Jalalpur Pirwala, and Muhammad Ahmad Masood Gill
shared the first position with 1011 marks while Sohaib Shahid and Muhammad Waqas
stood second and third with 1010 and 1008 marks respectively.
Humanitarian Group Boys: Hafiz Muhammad Zubair stood first with 922
marks while Rao Roman Ali stood second with 916 marks and Hafiz Muhammad Muazzam
secured the third position with 914 marks. Meanwhile, Controller Examinations
Chaudhry Akbar said that matric supplementary examinations would begin from
September 24 and candidates could file admission forms without late fee till
August 22. However, double fee would be charged till August 29 and triple fee
till September 7. Later, Punjab Minister for Auqaf, Religious Affairs and Human
Resources Haji Ahsanuddin Qureshi awarded gold medals and prizes to position
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56.24pc pass Sargodha matric exams
Sargodha: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education,
Sargodha, on Tuesday announced the result of secondary school certificate
examinations held in March 2011.
As many as 64,325 candidates appeared
in the examinations of whom 36,124 were declared successful with pass percentage
Science Group Boys: Arsalan Javed of the PAF Public School,
Sargodha, got the first position by securing 1021 marks while Raza Ali of the
same school got the second position by obtaining 1012 marks and Abdul Basit of
the Dar-e-Arqum and Waqar Ahmad of the Misali Ravian Science Academy shared the
third position by securing 1009 marks.
Science Group Girls: Raheela
Fareen of the Jinnah Public Girls Higher Secondary School, Kalor Kot, got the
first position by securing 1014 marks, Haleema Shafiq of the CP Girls Higher
Secondary School, Grote, (Jauharabad) and Madiha Mumtaz of the Jinnah Public
Girls Higher Secondary School, Kalor Kot, secured the second position by
obtaining 1007 marks while Saadia Haleema of the Government Girls Model School,
Bhakkar, remained third with 1005 marks. The news
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