Lahore inter exams, 72.67% students pass
LAHORE, Aug 16: A record 70,713 candidates, out of the 97,301, have been
declared successful in the intermediate Part-I and -II annual examinations for
2007, showing a percentage of 72.67.
The FA, FSc Part-I and -II annual
examinations for 2007 results were declared by the Lahore Board of Intermediate
and Secondary Education at a prize-distribution ceremony at the Alhamra Hall-II
According to the preamble to the intermediate examination
results, this year 32 students have secured top positions in pre-medical,
pre-engineering, general science, commerce, humanities and other groups
separately among boys and girls, including two shared positions.
Government College University, Lahore, has bagged eight positions while the
Lahore College of Women University, the Kinnaird College and the Punjab College
of Commerce clinched four positions each. The District Public Higher Secondary
School for Girls, Okara, bagged two positions.
The Government College for
Women, Okara; the Government Islamia College, Civil Lines; the Punjab College of
Science; the Punjab College of IT; the Punjab College for Women; and the Suffa
Educational Complex Higher Secondary School for Boys, Ayub Park, Okara, obtained
one position each. Four private candidates also secured top
POSITION HOLDERS: The overall first position in the
examination has been clinched by LCWU's Ifrah Saeed by securing 1,019 marks out
of the 1,100 marks. She also topped in pre-engineering group among
The second position went to Muhammad Mehran Khizar of the Punjab
College of Science, Ferozepur Road, with 1,004 marks. He also topped in the
pre-engineering group among boys. While the third position was shared by Saba
Asghar of the District Public Higher Secondary School for Girls, Okara, and KC's
Mariam Saif with 1,001 each. They also secured second and third positions in
pre-medical group among girls. Both these students also shared top positions in
pre-medical group among girls.
GCU's Muhammad Salman Faisal and Syed
Abdullah secured first and second positions in pre-medical group among boys with
992 and 982 marks, respectively. Dawn