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Rawalpindi Board SSC annual examination result 2009

RBISE SSC annual examination 2009 : Boys outshine girls by securing top three positions
Rawalpindi, Aug 03: Boys clinched overall top three positions in Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual examination 2009 of Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) on Saturday.

RBISE Chairman Abdul Hafeez announced the SSC exam results here at Divisional Public School Shamsabad. Adviser to Punjab Chief Minister Saeed Mehdi was the chief guest on this occasion.

Muhammad Arslan Khan (Roll No 140416) of Radiant Secondary School for Boys Iqbal Town, Rawalpindi got the overall first position in the division by securing 1013 marks out of 1050 marks. Sajjad Hussain (Roll No 140417) and Syed Sanaullah Shah (Roll No 140418) of the same school secured overall second and third positions by getting 1010 and 1009 marks respectively. All these students were from Science Group.

A total of 106,349 candidates appeared in the exam under the new course while 10,207 under the old course. The pass percentage of new and old course students stood at 62 percent and 65 percent respectively.

Under the new course girls fared better than boys with a pass percentage of 68.85 percent, whereas boys pass percentage stood at 55.89 percent. Under the old course boys pass percentage stood at 68 percent against girls' 60 percent pass percentage.

Among Science Group girls, Shamsa Kanwal (Roll No. 127206) and Sana Ghaffar Bajwa (Roll No. 127207) of Asif Public Girls Higher Secondary School Al Noor Colony, Rawalpindi stood first by obtaining 1008 marks each, while Anam Pervez (Roll No. 124176) of Siddique Public School, Rawalpindi got second position by obtaining 997 marks and Munaza Bakht (Roll No. 083156) of Fauji Foundation Model Secondary School for Girls, Fateh Jang, Attock, remained third by obtaining 994 marks.

Among General Group boys, Muhammad Ijaz (Roll No. 172982) of Darul Aaloom Mohiul Islam Siddique, Tehsil Kallar Sayedan, District Rawalpindi and Jamal Mustafa (Roll No. 185771), a private candidate, shared the first position by securing 915 marks. Qaiser Nadeem (Roll No. 186251) of Barrack No 5/8, Central Jail, Adiala Rawalpindi got second position by obtaining 908 marks, while Muhammad Zia-ul-Karam (Roll No. 158957) of Darul Aaloom Muhammadia Rizvia, Pind Daden Khan stood third by obtaining 905 marks.

In General Group girls, Ayesha Inaam Qureshi (Roll No. 163509), a private candidate, stood first by obtaining 927 marks, Farrah Tufail (Roll No. 081627) of Government Girls High School Hazro, Attock got second position by getting 922 marks and Bushra Liaquat (Roll No. 175804), private candidate got third position by obtaining 920 marks.

Addressing on this occasion, Mehdi said the Punjab government was giving top priority to the education sector and encouraging students by giving them cash rewards, medals and some other facilities including scholarships. He said they had increased the education budget by 60 percent. He said the government was also encouraging private sector educational institutions.

He said the government was paying full attention to provide quality education to children of the poor people. He said to achieve this objective the Punjab chief minister (CM) had decided to establish Danish School System in all tehsils of Punjab for boys and girls.

He said the CM would soon lay foundation stone of the RBISE building, which would be completed at a cost of Rs 800 million.

Later, he awarded medals and cash prizes to the top position holders. Rs 25,000 cash, a computer and gold medal was awarded to the overall first position-holder, Rs 15,000 and silver medal to the second position-holder and Rs 10,000 cash and bronze medal to the 3rd position-holder.

Medals and shields were also awarded to girl and boy students who got position in their respective groups.

RBISE Secretary Humayun Iqbal, Controller Examinations, MNA Malik Ibrar, MPA Raja Hanif Advocate, heads of educational institutions and a large number of parents were also present on this occasion. Daily Times

Students of Army Public School excel in HSSC exams
Rawalpindi: The students of Army Public School and College for Girls, Humayun Road, Rawalpindi, maintained the distinction in Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-II Annual Examination of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad.

According to a press release issued here Sunday, four students of the institute bagged top positions. Fatima Ayaz secured 1st position in the Pre-Medical Group in the school and overall second in the board with 1017 marks, Aima Tariq remained third in the Pre-Medical Group in the board and second in the school by securing 1013 marks, whereas two students Amna Amer and Zahabia Khalid won third position with 1005 marks in the school.

The other girls who secured highest marks in the college were Bushra Malik (996 marks), Aiman Naseem (988), Fatima Zia (987), Mishal Zehra (981) and Iqra Ashfaq (980 marks) in the Pre-Medical Group. The institution bagged 95 A+ and 83 A grades. The result remained 100%.

The principal of the college Brigadier (r) Maqbool Ahmad eulogised the excellent achievement of the students. The News

Your Comments
"The first three position holder of pindi board must pocess buti mafia and they should have done some thing because there sitting arrangment was close with one another. This is nothing mind but buti mafia you fool . Radiant Public School you fool ."
Name: anonumous
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City, Country: Rawalpindi

"Congratulations! to All position holder students. you have got excellent Marks. Weldon students Weldon. keep work hard Best of Luck"
Name: IQRA
City, Country: Gujar Khan, Pakistan

"EXCELLIANT so small word between your acheivements. so I appriciate your hardworking accordingly. in the end i want to say STUDENTS...KEEP THE FLAG HIGH thnkx."
Name: Faisal
City, Country: Gujar Khan, Pakistan

"Marvellus results. many congrats to all dear successful students."
Name: Faryal Gohar
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan

"result of ninth clas"
Name: rifat battol
City, Country: Pakistan

"first of all i wana thanked GOD then i wana thaked a person who helped me in my exams . i wana say that i love u so much urs (.....)i hope u understand..... "
Name: aria
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan

"Well done all position holders and buckup all competators."
Name: Usman Ali Zafar
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Name: naeem
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan

"DEAR CONTROLLER OF Rawalpindi board AOA what is the problem of Rawalpindi board still not issue matric diploma to students of poor families this is totally unfair no body asked them why not still 2009 years student not issued diploma for God say issued diploma to poor students of years serve poor families who are still waiting this thanks God bless Pakistan."

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'Facebook, MySpace can lead children to suicide'
Lahore: Social networking websites such as Facebook and Myspace are leading teenagers to build "transient relationships" that leave them unable to cope with reality, Archbishop Vincent Nichols has told The Sunday Telegraph.

In an interview following the suicide of a 15-year-old schoolgirl after she was bullied on another networking site, Bebo, the Archbishop of Westminster said the Internet and mobile phones were "dehumanising" community life.

"I think there's a worry that an excessive use or an almost exclusive use of text and emails means that as a society we're losing some of the ability to build interpersonal communication that's necessary for living together and building a community," he said. "Facebook and MySpace might contribute towards communities, but I'm wary about it," he said. He warned that the sites were contributing to a trend for teenagers to put too much importance on the number of friends they have and that this could ultimately lead to suicide.

"It's an all or nothing syndrome that you have to have in an attempt to shore up an identity; a collection of friends about whom you can talk and even boast. But friendship is not a commodity, friendship is something that is hard work and enduring when it's right," he added.

Archbishop Nichols also pointed at moves to legalise assisted suicide as particularly worrying and called on the government to do more to support the traditional family. Daily times

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