Boys shine in HSSC Part II examination
Rawalpindi, Sep 10: The boys clinched top three positions in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part II Annual Examination 2012 held under the Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE).
According to the result announced by the controller of examination, in the Pre-Medical Group Khawaja Hassan Akhtar a student of Cadet College Hasanabdal clinched the overall first position by securing 1031 marks.
Haider Ali Raja also a student of Cadet College, Hassanabdal, bagged second position by securing 1030 marks. While Hammad Ayaz got third position by getting 1026 marks.
In the Pre-Medical Group among girls, Maleeha Saleem, student of Punjab College of Information Technology For Girls (PCIT), B-1372, Satellite Town, got first position by securing 1020 marks. Arooj Zulfiqar of the Punjab College of Information Technology For Girls (PCIT), B-1372, Satellite Town, and Tehreem Zahid jointly bagged the second position by getting 1017 marks. While Sara Hasan Jamil of the Punjab College of Information Technology For Girls (PCIT), B-1372, Satellite Town, clinched third position by getting 1013 marks.
In the Pre-Engineering Group Usman Tariq of Punjab College of Information Technology For Boys, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi got 1010 marks to get top position.
Muhammad Anwaar of Kallar Kahar Science College for Boys, Kallar Kahar, Chakwal bagged second position by getting 1005 marks. Muhammad Abdullah of Punjab College of Information Technology For Boys, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi bagged third position by securing 1004 marks.
Among girls in the Pre-Engineering Group, Iqra Noor of Punjab College of Information Technology For Girls (PCIT), B-1372, Satellite Town, bagged first position by getting 1018 marks. Maha Sheikh of the same institution bagged second position by securing 980 marks. While Sidra Tul Muntaha of the Government College for Women, Satellite Town, obtained 979 marks to get third position.
In Humanities Group Rabia Akbar of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Buchal Kalan, Chakwal, attained first position by getting 937 marks. Iram Hassan of Jamia Syeda Fatima Tuz Institution Kalojo Po Murid Tehsil District, Rawalpindi, bagged second position by getting 924 marks. While Zoya Tufail of City Degree College, Jhelum, bagged third position by getting 912 marks.
In Commerce Group Aswad PCIT Boys, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi bagged first position by getting 964 marks. Mazher Mehmood of the same institution got second position by securing 936 marks. While Mushahid Abbas Malik also of PCIT, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi clinched third position by obtaining 933 marks.Your Comments
CDA Model School celebrates Literacy Day
Islamabad: International Literacy Day was celebrated at the CDA Model School here on Saturday, says a press release. During the ceremony, students delivered speeches to create awareness among the people about literacy and its importance.
The speakers laid emphasis on the causes and remedies of eradication of illiteracy from the country.
At the end the CDA Model School Principal Shahwar Ajmal advised the students to take remedial steps to eradicated illiteracy.
Student refuses gold medal in protest
Islamabad: Asad Mehmood, who clinched first position in HSSC exam, refused to receive gold medal from Punjab education minister on Saturday in protest against the alleged excesses of the Punjab police on the behest of the IGP motorway as his father was implicated in a false case.
IGP Motorway Zafar Iqbal Luc denied the allegation leveled against him by Asad Mehmood when contacted by this correspondent for his comments, saying that he had nothing to do with the issue.
Asad Mehmood, hailing from Gujranwla, secured 1017 marks in HSSC (pre-medical) examination, refused to receive the gold medal in front of the media with tears in his eyes. When inquired about the refusal, he said that he along with his family members were tortured by the police and kept them in illegal detention at the behest of IGP Motorway Zafar Iqbal Luc who wanted to grab a building in Gujranwala where his father, the professor of Chemistry, was running an educational institution.
He requested Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to investigate the matter and give them justice otherwise he would surrender his gold medal.
Gujranwala police authorities confirmed the report and admitted that IGP Motorway used his influence against Professor Mehmood who had been Professor of Chemistry at Government Collage Gujranwala and later was transferred to Government Islamia Collage Gujranwala.
The police sources said that an FIR (No 527/12) was lodged on July 19, 2012 against Professor Mehmood under section 408 PPC with Arup police station on the pressure of IGP Zafar Iqbal Luc. The police officer, on the condition of anonymity, confirmed that the police detained Asad Mehmood and his elder brother illegally while they were not nominated in the FIR, adding that they were released when Professor Mehmood offered his arrest.
When asked IGP Motorway Zafar Iqbal Luc about the allegation, he termed it a false report.
The IGP claimed that Professor Mehmood was close to him but he embezzled funds provided by his partner in the school, Mohammad Ashraf, who demanded to see record of the expenditure but he refused to do so. He said that Mohammad Ashraf filed a civil suit and also lodged a criminal case against him. He claimed that he didn't play any role in lodging the FIR or put any pressure on the police to register the case against Professor Mehmood. The news