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Federal Board announced HSSC-Part II results, Girls top positions

HSSC-Part II examination: Girls bag top three positions
Islamabad, Aug 08, 2008: Girls outclassed boys by clinching top three positions in Higher Secondary School Certificate Part II (HSSC-Part II) annual examination, conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).

A total 36,171 students sat for the examination and 28,455 78.74 percent - got past it, said a press release issued here on Thursday.

Girls clinched 12 out of top 17 position in all five groups - pre-medical, pre- engineering, science general, commerce and humanities.

In general, Zunaira Maryam (Pre-Engineering Group) of Army Public School and College, Sargodha Cantt, secured the first position by obtaining 1,007 marks.

Ayesha Aziz (Pre-medical group) of Army Public School and College, Rawalpindi, stood the second with 1,005 marks and Sidra Riaz (Pre-medical) of the same institution third with 1,002 marks.

In science general group, Maria Ejaz stood first obtaining 1,001 marks. Maria Ikram Kiani got second position with 979 marks and Sara Jamil came third with 922 marks.

In pre-engineering group, Farah Maham Arshad secured the second position with 999 marks and Muhammad Ibrahim Wasiq Khan clinched third position bagging 995 marks.

In pre-medical group, Zahra Iqbal and Fahad Zafar shared the third position securing 997 marks each.

In commerce group, Sarosh-e-Dost stood first with 907 marks and Hafiz Umair Latif second with 877 marks. Asma Aslam came third with 859 marks.

In humanities group, Sara Ahmed secured the first position obtaining 892 marks while the second position was shared by Hafiz Saifullah Khan and Fabaiha Umar who bagged 887 marks each. Mah Jabeen stood third with 882 marks.

The candidates could learn their results on cell phones and internet also.

The 19 students whose result has been withheld for want of fee or eligibility are advised to settle these matters.

The board has also announced that HSSC supplementary examination 2008 would commence from October 14. This year, 17 unfair-means case were reported during the examinations. Daily Times

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All schools to reopen on August 11
Rawalpindi: Executive District Officer (EDO) Education Rawalpindi Chaudhary Muhammad Yousaf has directed relevant authorities to open all male and female schools around the Rawalpindi District from August 11 to celebrate Independence Day on August 14 and Universal Primary educational day on August 15. He issued these directives while addressing the emergent meeting here in Rawalpindi the other day. District Education Officer Secondary (Elementary) male and female, deputy DEOs and AEOs. DEO Elementary Female Rawalpindi Madam Naseem Altaf assured EDO Education Rawalpindi that all female schools would be re-opened from August 11. The News

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