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KC, LCWU, GCU, PC shine again

Lahore, Aug 20: THE intermediate examination results issued by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, contain many distinctions.

Students of Kinnaird College (KC) for Women, Lahore College for Women University (LCWU), Government College University (GCU) and Punjab Group of Colleges again bagged most of the top positions. Also, the overall pass percentage was quite high and marks secured by the toppers were unprecedented.

KC, LCWU, and GCU have mostly securing top the positions because of their standard of excellence, which had been maintained well. This time KC and LCWU bagged five positions (including overall position) and GCU secured eight positions among the top three in each category/group including pre-medical, pre-engineering, general science, commerce, humanities and other groups.

The position was almost similar last year and KC bagged top two overall positions sharing the second position with a candidate from Okara. In 2005, out of the overall top three positions and top three positions for boys and girls in five categories GCU secured eight positions, KC managed six positions, Punjab Group of Colleges (University of Central Punjab) five positions and LCWU three positions.

This time the pass percentage of the examination was also quite high with 72.67 percent, which much higher compared to 67.25 percent in 2006 and 60.56 percent in 2005. The overall average percentage was also high in the eight boards of intermediate and secondary education (BISE), across the Punjab. The overall pass percentage was 68.76 (average). Just two years ago, this pass percentage was 60 (percent).

Candidates have also started setting an unprecedented tradition of securing very high marks out of the 1100 total marks. In 2005, Saad Omar of Forman Christian College with 1001 marks, Saad Hasan Aslam of GCU with 991 marks and Sana Hanif of KC with 989 secured the overall top three positions.

In 2006, Muhammad Amar Zia of District Public Higher Secondary School, Okara, stood first with 1008 marks, Abdul Waheed of Government College, Okara, and Sara Zafar from KC, Lahore, came in second with 1004 marks each and Zahra Zulfiqar of KC came in third with 997.

Setting more unprecedented traditions, all previous records were broken by candidates in 2007.

Ifrah Saeed of LCWU broke all records with 1019 marks. Muhammad Mehran Khizar from Punjab College of Sciences got second position with 1004 marks, Saba Asghar of District Public High Secondary School (DPHSS) for Girls, Okara, and Mariam Saif, KC, both came third with 1001 marks.

The Faisalabad BISE got the best results in Punjab with 73.46 percent pass, while BISE Bahawalpur got the lowest with 61.70 percent pass. Overall, 14 girls and 12 boys secured the top three (overall) positions in the eight boards. Girls got top three positions in BISE Gujranwala, while boys bagged top three positions in BISE Sargodha.

THE theft of personal belongings on campuses has increased. In a recent incident, a senior government official went to a college to get admission forms for his daughter. He left his car door open and entered the admissions office. When he returned, he found that his wallet was missing. He went back to the admissions office and complained, but in vain.

Colleges are taking strict security measures to stop such theft and have displayed notices all over campuses, saying, "People are responsible for their belongings." Daily times
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