RBISE SSC exam results 2010 : Boys positions
Boys clinch top two positions in SSC exam
Rawalpindi, Aug 05: Boys bagged two of the three top positions in the Secondary
School Certificate (SSC) Part-II annual examination 2010 held under the Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education Rawalpindi.
According to the
results declared on Wednesday, a total of 113,352 students had appeared in the
exam out of whom 66,558 (58.73 per cent) were declared pass.
percentage was 61.69 in the 2009 annual exam; 53.86 in 2008 and 48.12 in 2007.
As many as 33,380 girls out of the 50,172 passed the exam with the ratio of
66.54 per cent while among boys, the pass percentage remained 52.53 as 33,178
candidates out a total of 63168 were declared pass.
Jawad Hussain of
Radiant Secondary School stood first by obtaining 1,016 marks out of 1,050,
Mehar Khan of Asif Public School second with 1,015 marks and Muneebur Rehman
Abbasi also of Radiant School remained third with 1,010 marks.
as 65,536 regular students appeared in the exam and 50,502 of them (77.27 per
cent) got through. On the other hand, out of the 47,816 private students, only
16,056 (33.59 per cent) could pass the exam.
In the general group among
girls, Tasmina Sharif of Government Girls High School Saeela, Jhelum, bagged the
first position with 938 marks, Salma Khatab Gul of Government Pakistan Islamia
Girls High School No 3 Jehangirabad, Rawalpindi, clinched the second position by
obtaining 932 marks while the third position was bagged by Linta Irfan of
Government Pakistan Girls High School, Jamia Masjid Road, Rawalpindi, with 929
In this group among boys, Zeeshan Gul, a private student from
Talagang, remained first with 878 marks, Imran Khan of Government High School
Jhelum second with 870 marks while the third position was shared by Saad Arshad
Qadir, a private candidate, and Habibullah of Darul Ulum Rehmania Rizwia, Sohawa
Jhelum, with 868 marks each.
In the general science group, among girls,
Mehar Khan obtained first position, Syeda Anmol Riaz of Asif Public School with
1,007 marks remained second and Zobia Rehman of Siddeeq Public School,
Rawalpindi, stood third with 999 marks. In the same group among boys, Jawad
Hussain and Munnedur Rehman Abbasi stood first and second respectively and
Shaman Tahir of Military College Jhelum with 1,006 marks remained third.
This year, the BISE awarded prizes to three students who secured the
first three positions among 79 special candidates.
They are Raima Raza
(930 marks), Khansa Babar (914 marks) and Ambreen Bibi (910 marks) of Sir Syed
Academy for Girls Special Education, Mohammad Hussain Road, Rawalpindi.
"wr r the rslts?2 bj gae hn!"
City, Country: quetta,pakistan
"u have given the date of announcing the result 7th August on thursday. but on thursday it is 5th of august.kindly correct ur date and day."
Name: Ishrat Khan
City, Country: islamabad,Pakista
"RESYLT KB AY GA"
City, Country: PAKISTAN
"where is cadet college hasan abdal......jus because of the new admin we couldnt get the top positions, we r deteriorating day by day...thank u ...principal"
Name: umar ehsan
City, Country: peshawar, pakistan
"VERY TUFF PAPERS OF YEAR 2010"
Name: TAHIR KHAN
City, Country: HARIPUR
"i want to know about my ba part 2 result .my roll number is 70541."
Name: syed shah haris
City, Country: mardan,pakistan
" I think that A+ grading should be awarded to those students who get marks over than 79.60. This method is being adopted in the whole world. Because it is very un-fair with the child who is looking too high. Please look into matter and take with higher authority. Best regards. Thanks."
Name: Bashir Ahmed Tahir
City, Country:Attock, Pkaistan
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FBISE Part II results today
Islamabad: The Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
(FBISE) will announce the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part II
results on Thursday.
An official of the board said: "The students
can check their results on the official website www.fbise.edu.pk," he said.
The students and parents, he said, could also get a results update by
sending a text message to 5050 by writing FB<space>[roll number]. He said
HSSC Part I results would be announced later. Dawn
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Supple exams from Sept 22
Rawalpindi: Supplementary examination of Secondary School
Certificate under the aegis of Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary
Education (RBISE) would be held on September 22 while candidates could apply for
rechecking of their answer sheets by August 19. RBISE Controller of Examination
Prof Abdul Sattar Ramay told this news agency that August 25 had been fixed as
the last date for sending admission fee for taking part in SSC supplementary
examination. While candidates can take part in supplementary examination on
depositing double examination fee by September 1.While September 8 has been
fixed as last date for depositing three fold examination fee aiming to become
eligible for participating in supplementary examination. app
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Fatmians exhibit artwork at semester end show
Rawalpindi: The students of Bachelors of Computer Arts at Fatima Jinnah
Women University (FJWU) their artwork in an exhibition under the theme of
'Semester End Show 2010' that showcased their diverse and creative work during
the whole semester.
FJWU Vice Chancellor Professor Dr. Saeeda Asadullah
Khan inaugurated the display here on Wednesday in the university premises.
Professor Dr. Saeeda Asadullah Khan, a big supporter of art applauded the
efforts of the students, while speaking on the occasion said that efforts of the
students are remarkable and their work is worth watching.
appreciated the efforts of the BCA faculty with a special mention to Ms. Fareena
Iqbal, Incharge BCA Department in making the event a success. "The work done by
the students is very impressive and indeed a showcase of the hard work of the
students amalgamated with the support and dedication of their teachers," she
Dean Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences was also present on the
occasion congratulated the students on doing a great job. She said, "Artists are
part of our community and by presenting the social messages they have performed
their part, that's what we expect from them," she said. The exhibition featured
numerous art objects in the areas of photography, computer graphic,
paintography, visual arts, tabletop animation, classical animation, documentary
production, textile production, 2D n 3D Animation, Tradigital Art (a new art
technique), campaign development and graphic designing. The Department of BCA
provides an opportunity to the young and aspiring artists to exhibit their
immense talent through displaying their creative endeavours.
highlight of the show was the work done in the field of tabletop animation,
classical animation, 2D and 3D animation, photography, visual arts and the work
in the field of textile designing. The students also designed cushions,
tablecloth, napkins, tissue boxes, bed sheets, rugs, wall hangings, shawls,
shoes and mobile phone covers etc in a fabulous and innovative manner. One of
the most exciting theme was on national unity and identity done in shades of
green captivated the visitors. In the field of computer graphic many students
created amalgamation of animation, video & 3D gaming. Interesting and
dynamic visuals were created in the form of videos, games & short films. The
storyboards of these animation sequences were also very appealing and attention
grabbing for the visitors.
The work of the students was supervised by
Zarin Gul, Hena Ali, Afshan Jamal, Darakhshan Batool, Kashif Kamal, Numair
Abass, Lubna Yasmen, Rabia Zia, Baroosh Ahsan, Memoona Akram and Hamza Javed. The news
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26 students to visit US
Islamabad: US Ambassador Anne W Patterson here on Wednesday met 26 Pakistani high school students and four
teachers selected for going to Washington DC on a two-week study tour under
science and technology exchange programme.
The students, including seven
girls and 19 boys, are visiting the US as part of the Links to Learning
(ED-Links) Programme funded by the US Agency for International Development
"Just as we are working closely with the Government of Pakistan
to support rescue and relief efforts for the people affected by the terrible
flooding, we are also working in partnership with Pakistan to improve the
quality of education for the next generation of Pakistan's leaders," Patterson
told the students. "We believe that student and teacher exchanges can brighten
futures and contribute to mutual understanding," she added. Daily times
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