Rawalpindi SSC results, Jhelum Military College positions

Boys outshine girls in RBISE SSC exams: Jhelum Military College bags top three positions
Rawalpindi, Aug 02, 2008: Boys bagged top three positions in Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2008.

The results were announced on Friday in a ceremony at Divisional Public School, Murree Road. Punjab Minister for Minorities and Human Rights Kamran Michael was the chief guest. RBISE Chairman Iftikhar Baig, Secretary Prof Humayun Iqbal and Controller Examination Muhammad Azam Khalid were also present.

According to results, 117,190 students including 67,127 males and 50,063 females appeared in the exams. The overall pass percentage was 53.86 including 45.84 percent boys and 64.51 percent girls.

Total 354 examination centers were set up in the district. Of them 138 were for girls, 151 for boys and 65 were both for boys and girls.

Overall top three positions were obtained by Military College Jhelum, Sarai Alamgir. Anees-ur-Rehman (Roll No 112159) stood first by obtaining 800 marks out of total 850, Muhammad Adnan (Roll No 112182) stood second by obtaining 799 marks and Rooshan Saleem Butt (112172) stood third by obtaining 795 marks.

In the Science Group Boys, Rehman, Adnan and Butt were declared first, second and third respectively. In Science Group Girls, Shanza Nazish (Roll No 114701) got first position. She secured 789 marks. Saba Irshad (Roll No 116851) obtained second position by achieving 788 marks and Amara Naseem (Roll No 091017) stood third by obtaining 787 marks.

In General Group Boys, Mohammad Muzamil Sabir (Roll No 136820) got first position by securing 716 marks. Haq Nawaz (Roll No 187146) achieved second position by achieving 699 marks, while Danish Raza stood third by obtaining 676 marks. In General Group Girls, Aqsa Mushtaq (Roll No 120558), Tahoora Anmol (Roll No 117136) and Sadaf Nahid (Roll o 111581) got first, second and third positions by obtaining 741, 739 and 738 marks respectively.

Khalid on this occasion said they had made efforts to make the gazette free from result later on cases. He said number of unfair means cases directly received from centres were six, while other cases received from secrecy branch were 26.

He said before deciding the cases of alleged unfair means, maximum efforts were made to provide fair opportunity of defence to all the candidates involved in such cases.

He said the result cards of regular candidates containing detail marks had been dispatched to the heads of their respective institutions along with the result statements. He said result cards of private candidates had been dispatched on their addresses.

Free stay: Michael congratulated the passing students. He said their success was due to hard work of teachers and prayers of their parents. He said Punjab Chief Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif had offered one-week free stay in Murree to the position-holders. He said it was responsibility of the youth to play their role in development of the country. The minister later distributed medals and prizes among the position-holders.

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5 Pakistani students shine in two Olympiads
Islamabad: Five Pakistani students have won medals in two international competitions held in India and Vietnam last month under Higher Education Commission (HEC)-sponsored projects, said HEC Executive Director Dr S Sohail H Naqvi in a press statement on Friday. He said the students could not participate in International Mathematic Olympiad held in Spain this year due to delay in issuance of visas to them. Giving details, he said Muhammad Affwan Ashraf of Bahria College, Karachi, won silver medal in 19th International Biology Olympiad held in India from July 13 to 20. In International Physics Olympiad held in Vietnam from July 20 to 29, Dr Naqvi said, Hamza Aftab of Atchison College, Lahore, clinched silver medal, Madeha Hussain of Lahore Grammar School bronze medal, while Syed Waqas Raza and Ahmed Bilal Asghar of Lahore Grammar School and Cadet College, Attock, respectively got honorable mention. He said that apart from international recognition, those students had been offered scholarships by noted universities. Daily Times

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Admission seekers condemn Islamia College Peshawar (ICP) administration
Peshawar: The new comers seeking admission in Islamia College Peshawar have staged protest demonstration against the college administration and strongly condemned the staff injustice with them. In front of Peshawar Press Club on Friday, the new students who applied for admission in FA/FSc were holding placards, their DMC and their degrees chanting full-throated slogans against the ICP administration. They were of the view that despite their due rights while meeting the merit, they were directed to be kept deprived of the admission in the college.

They said that the administration had always provided admission to the students of last merit while caring no number of seats. It is to be said here that merit when stops on a fixed marks, the number of students whatever is, the administration was compelled to give the admission to the students meeting the last merit. Sometime the number of the students even increased from 15 to 20 and they all carry equal marks of the last seat, but theICP administration had provided the admission in the past history of the college. The students merit for pre-medical has yet stopped on 793 marks, which the last number of seat located for new comers. It is to be said here that about 10 students carrying 793 marks. F.P Report

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