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Karachi intermediate science part-II result 2009

BIEK Results of HSC science groups announced
Karachi, Aug 22: The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi on Friday announced the results of science (pre-engineering and general) groups in the Higher Secondary School Certificate Part-II Annual Examinations-2009.

The overall performance of both groups remained abysmally low, with pass percentage of the general (computer) group at 30.59 and that of the pre-engineering group at 47.64.

Only five out of 1,723 candidates from a general group got A-1 grades, while 539 of the total 21,380 pre-engineering candidates secured the top grade.

Of 21,380 candidates (15,542 boys and 5,838 girls), who appeared in the pre-engineering exam, 539 candidates (373 boys and 167 girls) got A-1 grades; 2,169 candidates (1,473 boys and 696 girls) obtained A grades; 2,898 candidates (1,960 boys and 938 girls) obtained B grades; 3,114 candidates (2,182 boys and 923 girls) got C grades; 1,381 candidates (1,123 boys and 258 girls) got D grades while 23 candidates (22 boys and one girl) got E grades.

In the science general exams, 1,723 candidates (808 boys and 915 girls) appeared. Of them, only five candidates (one boy and four girls) secured A-1 grades; 74 candidates (17 boys and 57 girls) got A grades; 160 candidates (31 boys and 129 girls) obtained B grades; 214 candidates (69 boys and 145 girls) got C grades; 71 candidates (46 boys and 25 girls) secured D grades while two candidates (one boy and one girl) got in E grades.

Top position-holders

Abdullah Ahsun, son of Mohammad Sajid (Roll No 363396), a student Govt Degree Science College, Malir Cantonment, topped the pre-engineering exam by securing 975 (88.63 per cent) out of 1,100 marks. The second position was shared by Syed Mohammad, s/o S. Zameer Hussain Shah, (Roll No 366670) and Tahira Firdous, daughter of Mohamad Saleem, (Roll No 373862), who obtained 971 (88.27pc) marks. The second position holders were students of Army Public School and College, Malir Cantonment and BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women. Third position in the pre-engineering exam was clinched by another student of the PECHS college, Soha A. R. Maktoom, d/o Abdul Rahman Maktoom, (Roll No 373882) with 965 (87.72pc) marks.

A student of Sir Syed Govt Girls College, Sidra Qaiser, daughter of Qaiser Mahmood, (Roll No 423679), got first position in the general group exam by obtaining 920 (83.63 per cent) out of 1,100 marks. Nimra Arif, d/o Arif Hussain, (Roll No 424045), a student of D.A. Degree College for Women, Phase VIII, clinched second position by securing 913 (83pc) marks. Halima Sadia, d/o Mohammad Akram Jawed, (Roll No 423868), of BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women, secured third position with 912 (82.91pc) marks.

The top position-holders were presented gifts at a ceremony held on Friday under the aegis of the BIEK at its conference hall. It was attended, among others, by BIEK chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, controller of examinations, Prof Agha Akber Mirza, provincial director-general (Colleges) Prof Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui,

parents of position-holders and principals of their respective schools. Dawn

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Malir PECHS college students results
Karachi: Students from various colleges in Malir dominated the results of Pre-engineering Part-II annual examinations-2009 which were announced by the Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi (BIEK) on Friday.

Abdullah Ahsun from Government Degree Science College, Malir Cantonment, clinched first position, while Syed Muhammad of Army Public School and College, Malir Cantt, shared second slot with Tahira Firdous of PECHS Government College for Women. Soha A. R. Macktoom, also from PECHS Government College for Women, bagged the third position.

As per the result, 15,542 out of total 15,785 male candidates appeared in the examinations, of whom 7,172 were declared successful. The overall pass percentage of male candidates was 46.15. A total of 5,890 female candidates had registered for the examinations, of whom 5,838 took their exams, while 3,013 candidates passed their examination. The overall pass percentage of female candidates stood at 51.61 per cent, while the overall pass percentage of both male and female students was 47.64.

According to the results, 372 boys and 167 girls obtained Grade A-One, while 1,473 boys and 696 girls secured Grade A. Further, 1,960 boys and 938 girls secured Bs, while 2,182 boys and 932 girls got Cs. Some 1,123 boys and 258 girls were placed in Grade D, while 22 male and a female candidate passed their exams in Grade E.

Last year, 21,227 candidates were registered for the annual exams, of whom 20,961 took their exams, and 9,666 were declared passed. As per BIEK data, 564 students obtained Grade A-One in 2008 as against 539 candidates who secured this grade this year.

Furthermore, 1,858 students bagged Grade A in 2008, as against 2,169 candidates this year. As per the BIEK data, 2,719 students secured Grade B last year as against 2,898 candidates this year. In the year 2008, 3,100 candidates were placed in Grade C as against 3,114 candidates this year. Some 1,352 candidates received Grade D in 2008, while 1,381 candidates were placed in this grade this year.

According to BIEK announcement, 61 colleges have produced 50 and above per cent results, while 34 colleges have given less than 50 per cent and above or equal to 30 per cent. The results of 30 institutes remained less than 30 per cent and above or equal to 20 per cent. However, around 72 colleges have given less than 20 per cent result in the exams.

As per BIEK notification, 25 cases of unfair means were reported during and after the annual exams, and the Board will adopt judicious procedure to decide all such cases. The results of 69 candidates have been withheld due to want of correct information and other necessary documents.

The BIEK also announced the results of private candidates. Thirteen male and one female candidates clinched Grade A-One.

The marks-sheets of the candidates will be issued to their respective institutions within two weeks time, the BIEK announcement said.

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Programme for youth skill development
Karachi: A programme, Inspyre, has been initiated for young people with an outlay of Rs43 million.

Under this programme, technical and skill enhancement training will be imparted to about 400 youngsters in Sindh.

This was disclosed by the Sindh Minister for Youth Affairs, Syed Faisal Ali Subzwari.

The Programme has been initiated by the Sindh Youth Affairs Department in collaboration with the Habib University Foundation.

Subzwari said on the occasion that the Department of Youth Affairs was chalking out programmes for the betterment of youngsters in the province.

He said that through Inspyre training would be provided to the youths in the categories that include call centres, information technology, retail management, digital media, fashion, and textile designing. This, the Minister added, would help them play an active role in the society and contribute towards the process of development.

He stated that the Sindh Youth Affairs Department and Habib University Foundation had allocated Rs24 million for the acquisition of modern facilities that include a well-stacked library, IT and call centres laboratory as well as the academic equipment. The news

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