Matriculation pass percentage down 9%
LAHORE, Aug 2: The Board of Intermediate and
Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore said on Wednesday that about 50.25 percent of
students that took the matriculation exam in 2007 had passed. This pass
percentage is nine percent lower than that of last year.
191,839 students sat for the exam and 91,697 passed. The makrs given below are
out of 1050.
Boys (Science Group): Zeeshan Ali (roll number 52270) of
Government High School Shahdara came first with 813 marks. He has the highest
marks in the Science Group in the city. Danish Hassan (roll number 56222) of
Government High School Kareem Block, Iqbal Town, and Hassan Awais of Government
High School Shahdara came second with 811 marks. Zohaib Hassan (roll number
52268) of Government High School Shahdara came third with 810
Girls (Science Group): Haleema Tayeb (roll number 12426) of
Government Pilot Secondary School, Wahdat Road, came first with 812 marks. She
has the second highest marks in the Science Group in the city. Ramisha Nayab
(roll number 8910) of Aligarh Public School Gulberg came second with 808 marks.
Sumbal Gardezi (roll number 8935) of Aligarh Public School Gulberg came third
with 806 marks.
Boys (Humanities Group): Zulfiqar Ali (roll number
172146) of Pakistan Model High School Raiwind came first with 767 marks. Kashif
Ali (roll number 172147) of Pakistan Model High School Raiwind came second with
731 marks. Qaim Zubair, a private candidate from Shahdara (roll number 214584),
came third with 726 marks.
Girls (Humanities Group): Frayal Khalid (roll
number 89404) of Crescent Model School came first with 771 marks. Ambreen Fatima
(roll number 148317) from Kidz Educational Complex, a private institution, came
second with 770 marks. Iqra Jalal (roll number 92077) of the Punjab School for
Girls Township came third with 767 marks.
Award ceremony: Law minister
Basharat Raja said on Wednesday that the government's dream of a 'Parha Likha
Punjab' had come true, as all matric exam toppers were from government
He told a prize distribution ceremony that the government was
trying to introduce modern facilities in public schools. He said progress at
public schools had proven that education had progressed during the government's
five-year term. He said the position holders were the country's assets. BISE
Lahore chairman Dr Zakariya Butt said the board was the oldest in the country
and had been working for 52 years to improve the standard of education. He said
all eight boards in the country started exams and announced results
simultaneously. He said the Lahore board had increased the prize money and was
awarding students who came first Rs 20,000, a gold medal and a Pentium IV
computer; students who came second Rs 15,000 and a silver medal and students who
came third Rs 10,000 and a bronze medal.
Boys Science Group
I am disturbed by the political and
security situation in Pakistan. Incidents such as the Lal Masjid fiasco and
suicide bombings have tarnished our image abroad. Democracy should be introduced
in the country for the people's welfare. I want to get admission in Government
College University's pre-engineering programme and want to be a mechanical
I owe my success to the prayers of my parents and teachers.
Our course is very lengthy and boring and there is a need to modernise it. I
don't like politics, but know this much that politicians should play their role
to develop Pakistan and make it peaceful. I want to get into Kinnaird College
and want to become a professor.
Girls Science Group
I believe the matric course doesn't
meet the requirement of students, as we are forced to consult various guides
available in the market. The course should be renewed and modernised. Pakistan
was created in the name of Islam and the real name of Pakistan is Islamic
Republic of Pakistan. Therefore, there should be democracy in the country, as it
is part of the country's name.
Girls Humanities Group
The matric course is boring, in
my opinion, and students are forced to study to get good grades, even if they
are not required to actually learn. For further studies, I want to go to either
Kinnaird College or Home Economics. When I grow up, I will like to teach. I
intend to become a professor later on in my life.
Girls Humanities Group
completed my studies at a madrassa and want to continue studying there. I am not
interested in politics and will not comment on political issues. The Lal Masjid
incident and terrorist activities in Pakistan is perpetrated by our rulers to
please the West. I owe my success to my parents and my religion
I owe my success to hard work and my the prayers of my parents. I
love politics and think that the political leaders abroad should be allowed to
return to Pakistan and participate in the elections. I want to study at Kinnaird
College. As far as my future plans are concerned, I want to become a barrister
when I grow up. Daily times
"hello sir i want my percentage .in 9th class my roll no is 6407 plz sir i am very greatful to you thanks."
Name: qaiser abbas
City, Country: gulbahar, Pakistan
|Updated: 14 Oct, 2014|