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Lahore inter exams: Girl sets record

LAHORE, Aug 16: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) has announced the result on Wednesday of the annual intermediate examination 2007.

Ifrah Saeed of Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) with the roll number 12399 aced with a record score of 1,019 out of 1,100. Muhammad Mehran Khizar (17280) from Punjab College of Sciences got the second position with a score of 1,004. Saba Asghar (364) of District Public High Secondary School (DPHSS) for girls in Okara and Mariam Saif (1586) Kinnaird College (KC) both came third with 1,001.

Out of the 97,571 registered students, 97301 appeared in the exams. Of that, passing percentage was 72.67 percent, which is considerably higher than last year's 67.25 percent. Government College Univerity got the highest of eight positions in the board, PGC got seven board positions, and KC and LCWU got four positions each. Four private candidates got positions also.

Around 150 inmates also appeared in the exams. Examination controller Manzoorul Hassan Niazi said the jail authorities' effort of helping inmates in education was commendable and that BISE also supported the cause.

BISE will conduct the supplementary examinations from October 25, 2007. Application deadline for these exams with regular fee is September 5 with double fee is September 12 and with triple fee is September 19.

Boys' pre medical group: Muhammad Salman Faisal (5041) from GCU came first with 992 marks. Syed Abdullah (4973) from GCU came second with 982 marks. Usman Ghani (4720) from Suffa Educational Complex Okara came third with 980 marks.

Girls' pre medical group: Saba Asghar (364) from DPHSS in Okara and Mariam Saif (1586) from KC topped the group with 1,001 marks. Ayesha Naeem (1673) of LCWU came second with 998 marks. Anam Qureshi (362) from District Public High Secondary School in Okara came third with 997 marks.

Boys' pre engineering group: Muhammad Mehran Khizar (17280) from Punjab College of Science topped the group with 1004 marks. Shehzad Ali Ashraf (14339) from GCU came second with 996 marks. Imtiaz Akbar Khan 993 from Government Islamia College Civil Lines came third with 993 marks.

Girls' pre engineering group: Ifrah Saeed (12399) from LCWU topped the group and otherwise with 1,019. Hajirah Asif (12371) from KC came second with 997 marks. Anum Javed (12397) from LCWU came third with 995 marks.

Boys' general science group: Muhammad Mujtaba (28747) from GCU came first with 947 marks. Imran Jawaid (30452) from Punjab College of information Technology stood second with 925 marks. Ali Jamshed (28858) from GCU came third with 921 marks.

Girls' general science group: Wafa Sohail (26077) of KC came first with 969 marks. Wajdan Mehfooz Khan (26079) from KC came second with 966 marks. Iqra Babar (26171) from LCWU came third with 943 marks.

Boys' humanities and other groups: Syed Ahsan Abdullah (61785) of GCU came first with 919 marks. Qaiser Ahmed (83604) of GCU stood second with 916 marks and Jawad Khan (83658) from GCU came third with 895 marks.

Girls' humanities and other groups: Iqra Rehman (61785) from Government College for Women in Okara came first with 930 marks. Tahira Zahid (96834), a Lahore private candidate, came second with 913 marks. Saba Hameed (101503), a private candidate from Lahore came third with 909 marks.

Boys' commerce group: Junaidur Rehman (42731) of Punjab College of Commerce (PCC) came first with 942 marks. Haider Ali (42244) of PCC came second with 925 marks. Hafiz Waqas Ahmed (42230) and Farhan Ahmed (42238), both from PCC came third with 912 marks.

Girls' commerce group: Khadija Saeed Khan (47886), a private candidate from Lahore came first with 909 marks. Anam Hashmi (40634) of Punjab College for women came second with 905 marks and Arifa Nasreen (47590), a private candidate from Sheikhupura, came third with 903 marks. Daily times
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