Girls get top positions in SSC examination
Rawalpindi, July 26: Girls once again outsmarted boys in the Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2012 held under the Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE).
In Science Group, Wajiha Khan of the Asif Public Girls Secondary High School bagged top position by securing 1022 marks. Izza Azam also from the Asif Public Girls Secondary High School secured second position by getting 1016 marks. Hafiza Hira Amjad from the Saint Paul Higher Secondary School for Girls, Satellite Town, secured third position by getting 1014 marks.
In Science Group (Boys), Mohammad Owais of the Radiant Secondary School for Boys, Iqbal Town, secured first position by securing 1011 marks. Second position was shared by Mohammad Atif Khan and Mohammad Nauman Zafar of the Cadet College, Attock. Both of them obtained 1009 marks. Similarly, third position was shared by Abdul Rehman and Mohammad Bilal Ibrahim of the Cadet College, Attock. They obtained 1008 marks.
In General Group (Girls), Adeeba Iqbal of the Dhoke Chani PO Pahalina Teh Kallar Syedan got first position by securing 939 marks. Hafiza Huma Tariq of the Faisal Model High School for Girls, Muslim Town, bagged second position by getting 935 marks. Sehrish Khaliq of the Government Girls High School, Kala Dev, Jhelum, got third position by securing 932 marks.
In General Group (Boys), Saeed Zubair of the Dar-ul-Uloom Mohammmadia Rizvia, Kot Kalan, secured first position by getting 896 marks. Adil Mahmud Malik of Village Kote Kolman, PO Noon, got second position by securing 896 marks. Mohammad Umar of the Dar-ul-Uloom Mohammmadia Rizvia Sohawa, Jhelum, bagged third position by getting 881 marks.
In all, 122,688 students appeared in the examination out of which 68,925 were declared successful showing a pass percentage of 62. Out of the total number of candidates 66,732 were regular students, while 45,956 were private candidates. The pass percentage of regular students is 77.46 compared to only 38.94 percentage of private candidates. The news