Peshawar, Abbottabad SSC results
Peshawar/Abbottabad: The boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar and Abbottabad Monday announced results of the secondary school certificate (SSC) examination.
A total of 46,237 students appeared in the Peshawar BISE SSC exams of whom 37,101 qualified it with a pass percentage of 80.24. The result was declared at an award giving ceremony for the position holders, who, besides commendation certificates, were also awarded a cash prize of Rs15,000, 10,000 and 5,000 for the first, second and third positions, respectively.
Nayab Karim Khan topped the Science Group by obtaining 963 out of 1,100 marks and was awarded Rs15,000. Farhatullah Khan followed her with 960 and Esha Khan Khattak with 957. Naureen Saeed topped the Humanities Group by securing 861 marks followed by Zuhra Batool with 860 marks. Sidra Khan stood third. The three were given away the prizes.
Speaking on the occasion, Nasir Ali, controller examination said: "We are proud of the students that this year result of SSC examination has shown a great improvement compared to the previous year".
Meanwhile, the BISE Abbottabad declared the results of the SSC examination.A total of 38,852 students appeared in the examination and the overall percentage remained 79.38.
According to a notification issued by the Controller Examinations, Muhammad Asad (Roll No 80298) of Cadet College Batrasi, stood first by securing 966 marks, Muhammad Adil (Roll 80299) of the same college stood second by 963 marks while Raifa Khurshid (Roll No 53940) of Jinnah Jamia Haripur stood third by 953 marks. The News
Girls take lead against boys in SSC exam
Peshawar: Girls remained on top with 18 top most positions among the top twenty. Similarly girls grabbed all the three top positions in the humanities group while in the science group they grabbed the first and third positions. According to the the controller exam Nasir Ali, the overall result of the science group remained 87.78 percent while 70.68 percent from the humanities group pass the exam from the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar.
A total of 25902 candidates appeared in the science group and 22738 were successful, the pass percentage in the group was 87.78 percent. A total of 20241 candidates appeared in the humanities group and only 14307 passed the exam. The overall percentage of the humanities group remained 70.68. The controller of examination Nasir Ali announced the results while chairman of the board Farhad Jan was also present on this occasion.
According to the results Nayab Kareem of Peshawar Public School topped in overall boys and girls with 963 marks while Farhatullah Khan of Peshawar Model School Boys stood second by securing 960 marks from Peshawar Model School. Similarly Reesha Khan Khattak of Presentation convent School Peshawar grabbed third position by securing 957 marks. Noreen Saeed of forward High School Peshawar stood first in Humanities group by securing 861 marks and Zahra Batool of the same school got second position in the same group who secured 860 marks. Sidra Jan of University Model School Peshawar was declared third among the Humanities group by securing 857 marks. AppYour Comments
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MTM protest against UET Admn
Peshawar: Mutahida Tulba Mehaz (MTM), University of Engineering and Technology (UET) on Monday staged a protest demonstration against the suspension of summer semester system and closure of hostels. The students led by MTM leaders Hidayat Mohmand, Umar Farooq, Umar Arif, and Imran Kundi were holding placards and banners and were chanting slogans in favour of their demands. The MTM leaders addressing the students said with the suspension of semester, the students of final year will be affected. They urged the authorities to reverse their decision and restart the classes. They asked the university administration to open the hostels because due to the on going operation in Malakand division, Swat and other areas, the affected students could not go to their homes. F.P report
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