FBISE HSSC results | FJWU convocation
HSSC Part I & II supplementary examinations result announced
Rawalpindi, Jan 25: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Friday
announced the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)
Part-I and Part-II Supplementary Examinations held in November-December,
According to the result, over 15,987 candidates
were declared successful in the Part-I Examination out of total 27,876,
thus showing pass percentage of 57.35. While in the Part-II Examination,
out of total 13,776 candidates as many as 6,392 managed to pass the
examination with pass percentage of 46.40.
cards of all candidates are being sent on the addresses given by them in
their admission forms. The result cards of candidates belonging to
Gilgit-Baltistan are being sent to the FBISE sub-office in
Gilgit-Baltistan, while the result cards of overseas candidates are
being sent to heads of institutions from where they appeared in the
All those candidates placed under compartment
are allowed to re-appear in the failed subjects if otherwise eligible
in the HSSC Annual Examination 2014. The result is also available on SMS
unified code 5050. The candidates would be required to send SMS in the
format to obtain their result, which is FB space (roll number).
Similarly, result would also be made available on the FBISE website
which is www.fbise.edu.pk. The news
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1,491 students awarded degrees at 13th convocation of FJWU
Islamabad: The 13th Convocation of Fatima Jinnah Women University,
Rawalpindi, was held at the Jinnah Convention Centre on Thursday.
Governor and Fatima Jinnah Women University Chancellor Chaudhry
Muhammad Sarwar graced the occasion as the chief guest and conferred the
degrees to the graduating students of PhD, MPhil, masters and
undergraduate programmes. Students with distinction were honoured with
gold and silver medals for their outstanding achievements in their
Addressing the students, the governor said that
higher education opens unlimited vistas and possibilities of success and
growth. He stressed the need for valuing time and stated that
intelligence did not work alone; hard work was the key to success in
In total, 1,491 students including one PhD and 21
MPhil students were awarded degrees. In the masters programme, 1,086
students from 17 different departments were awarded degrees.
Sarwar along with FJWU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Samina Amin Qadir
awarded 43 gold and 42 silver medals to the students, who achieved top
positions in their respective departments.
Gold medals and silver medals were awarded to the students from each department to acknowledge their outstanding performance.
First Women Bank awarded the gold medal and cash prize of Rs 15,000 in
total to Maryam Ahmad and Ayesha Tariq of Economics Department for their
outstanding performance in their academic career.
Fouzia Janjua, regional chief of the First Women Bank, along with the chancellor and the vice chancellor awarded the medals.
of Punjab awarded gold medal and cash prize of Rs 10,000 to Shadab
Sheikh of MBA Department. The Bank of Punjab Regional Chief Khwaja
Shahzad Gul along with the chancellor and the VC awarded the medal.
Wahidi gold medals were awarded to Sana Shaukat and Wardah Amjad of
masters and Sidra Zia of bachelors of the Communication and Media
Studies Department. Syed Musa Raza Wahidi along with the chancellor and
the VC awarded the medals.
The Media Development Trust awarded gold
medals for masters and bachelors programmes of Communication and Media
Studies Department in Electronic Media.
Ifrah Zahid, Humna Tasawar and Umme Kalsoom were awarded with the medals.
Media Development Trust CEO Amir Jahangir along with the chancellor and the vice chancellor awarded the medals.
on the occasion, Governor Sarwar called for making serious efforts to
educate the seven million out-of-school children across the country.
He said the country was faced with multiple challenges and only prioritising education could resolve all the issues.
has shaken the fabric of our society and only education can inculcate
the core value of tolerance and bring peace to the country."
governor said that the future of our country was safe in the hands of
the youth who were making progress in various fields of life.
He said that the FJWU had achieved a prominent place among the country's known universities in a short span of 14 years.
university is striving to promote quality education among the girls and
its role in grooming young ladies speaks of its commitment toward women
Higher Education Commission (HEC) Executive Director
Dr Mukhtar on the occasion said that the access rate of higher education
had raised from 2.6 per cent to 8 per cent in the year 2010, while the
number of universities had been increased from 56 to 153.
that the research publications had also increased from 800 to 9,000 in
number. He said that still 92 out of 100 students had no access to
higher education in the country, which was still a challenge for us to
cope with. Daily times
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