FBISE HSSC Part-II annual examination result 2013
Students of Hamza Army Public School and College excel
Islamabad, Aug 28: Girls outshone boys in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-II
Annual Examination 2013 held under the Federal Board of Intermediate
and Secondary Education (FBISE).
According to the result
announced here on Tuesday morning, female students belonging to the
Pre-Medical Group obtained top two positions, while the third position
was shared by a boy and a girl.
Naima Gul of Hamza Army
Public School and College, Stadium Road (Hamza Camp), Rawalpindi, (Roll
No. 543398) of Pre-Medical Group topped in the board among both girls
and boys by securing 1036 marks.
The overall second
position in the board was grabbed by another student of Hamza Army
Public School and College, Stadium Road (Hamza Camp), Rawalpindi, Zainab
Khalil (Roll No. 543428) of Pre-Medical Group who obtained 1029 marks.
position was shared by Naima Maqsood (Roll No 542690) of Army Public
School and College for Girls, 208 Humayun Road, Rawalpindi, and Muhammad
Sheharyar Warraich (Roll No. 530915) of Army Public School and College
for Boys, Ordnance Road, Rawalpindi, by obtaining 1023 marks. Both
students belonged to the Pre-Medical Group.
Pre-Medical Group, the female students of the Pre-Engineering Group
secured first top two positions, while third position was secured by a
Irsa Rasheed (Roll No. 561746) of Hamza Army Public
School and College, Stadium Road (Hamza Camp), Rawalpindi, got 1020
marks and secured top position in the Pre-Engineering Group. Ayesha Zaka
(Roll No. 560646) of Punjab College, 92-Nazimuddin Road, F-8/4,
Islamabad, obtained 1017 marks and secured second position in the group.
Syed Ammar Abbas (Roll No. 552632) of Federal Government Sir Syed
College, The Mall, Rawalpindi, bagged third position in the
Pre-Engineering Group by getting 1016 marks.
General Group, Faiza Ahmed Khan (Roll No. 577945) of Army Public School
and College, Jhelum Cantonment, got first position by securing 1011
marks. She was followed by Novera Tahir (Roll No. 579349) of Army
Burnhall College for Girls, Abbottabad, who obtained 1010 marks. Sidra
Kanwal (Roll No. 575761) of Islamabad Model College for Girls (PG),
G-10/4, Islamabad, got 973 marks to get third position.
Commerce Group, boys outsmart girls as Basit Ali (Roll No. 580978) of
Punjab College of Information Technology, Sector G-6/1, Aabpara,
Islamabad, got 908 marks and Arslan Augustine Joseph (Roll No. 581274)
of Punjab College, 92-Nazimuddin Road, F-8/4, Islamabad, secured 887
marks to grab first and second positions respectively. Whereas, Aziz
Fatima (Roll No. 585535) of the Garrison Postgraduate College for Women,
52-Tufail Road, Lahore Cantonment, obtained third position in the group
by securing 884 marks.
In all, 38,930 regular candidates
appeared out of which 30,527 passed showing pass percentage of 78.42.
While, 11,841 private and ex-candidates appeared and 6,178 cleared the
examination thus showing 52.17 pass percentage. While the overall pass
percentage of regular and private as well as ex-candidates remained
The result function was graced by Minister of State
for Education Baligh ur Rahman, who while declaring the result,
congratulated top position-holders and those who passed the HSSC-II
examination. He also congratulated Controller of Examinations Aslam Gul
for holding the examination in a smooth way. He asked the students who
failed to clear the examination not to get depressed but work hard for
passing in the next attempt.
Meanwhile, FBISE also
announced that the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)
Supplementary Examination, 2013 would commence from November 19, 2013.
could get information and other details about the result as well as
schedule for Supplementary Examination on the website of the board. The news
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HEC chief 'has dual nationality'
Islamabad: While the Higher Education Commission (HEC)
has exposed the politicians holding fake degrees, it allegedly misled
the government and hid the dual nationality of its Chairman Dr Javaid R.
According to sources, Dr Laghari has US citizenship and the fact has
been kept hidden from the higher authorities over the past four years.
The PPP-led government appointed him on Aug 27, 2009, for four years and his tenure is due to end in a couple of days.
During the period, the HEC remained embroiled in the issue of fake degrees of politicians.
When asked about the concealment of the dual nationality of the
chairman, a source in the HEC said: "We have to follow the order of the
Dr Laghari was not available for comments.
The sources said HEC chairman had violated a letter issued by the
establishment division on Oct 24 last year, declaring illegal since 2004
all appointments and extension in the management position (MP) scales
of officers moving over from the private to public sector.
Under the order, all such officers should have been removed
immediately and all the perks and benefits they had received - amounting
to Rs170 million - should have been recovered from them.
Instead their services were extended for two years from July.
The federal audit director general had raised observations over the
matter that had also been referred to the National Accountability
Bureau, the sources said.
Dr Laghari extended the services of the five MP scale officers.
Under the HEC Ordinance, appointments and extensions in MP scales is the prerogative of the prime minister.
The Supreme Court also turned down the extension for the third term
in service of former HEC executive director Dr Sohail Naqvi.
The commission's recruitment rules are yet to be approved by the
prime minister as required under Sections 11, 12 and 21 of the HEC
Ordinance of 2002.
The chairman is entitled to Rs115,000 house rent and Rs57,500
utilities allowance per month. Since his appointment, Dr Laghari has
been residing in a luxurious five-bedroom guesthouse in the HEC premises
in Islamabad's sector H-9.
The market rent of such an accommodation is about Rs150,000, while
the chairman is paying only Rs27,762 per month according to the
entitlement for a BS 22 officer.
The sources said he was using the utilities and services at the guesthouse free of cost.
It is believed that the free use of utilities has cost the national exchequer about Rs6.36m.
He also paid Rs600,000 to the Islamabad Club as registration fee from the HEC budget for his membership. Dawn
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