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Inter students get a pat on the back

The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore announced the Intermediate Examination Result 2011 on Saturday, in which 46.66 percent students passed. Yet again, the poor performance of boys raised many questions, as only 34.62 percent boys cleared the examinations while the passing percentage for girls was 54.63 percent.
A medal-awarding ceremony was held at Alhamra to honour the position-holders, which were announced on Friday evening. Around 149,805 students appeared in the exams, out of which 69,904 passed. Position holders and their relatives had to wait extensively for the ceremony to begin as chief guest Punjab Education Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman arrived at the function an hour and a half late after the scheduled time. Mujtaba reached at 11.30am while the scheduled time was 10am. The education minister said he had other important engagements, therefore, he had not been able to reach on time.
MPA Khawaja Imran Nazir, Punjab Higher Education Department Additional Secretary Zarak Mirza and Government College University (GCU) Vice-Chancellor (VC) Dr Khaliqur Rehman were also present. Speaking on the occasion, Mujtaba congratulated the position-holders and called them the future of the country adding that they would get rid of the country’s problems, including corruption. He also highlighted steps taken by the Punjab government to reform the province’s education system.
Cash prizes worth Rs 20,000, 15,000 and 10,000 were awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd position holders, whereas the overall topper also received a computer system. Heads of position-holders’ educational institutes were also awarded. Hira Iftikhar of Kinnaird College (KC) Lahore topped with 1,039 marks out of 1,100 marks while Javaria Tehzeeb of the same institution attained the second position with 1,036 marks. Anam Manzoor, Rubar Haider Jafri and Ali Ayub shared the third position with 1,028 marks each. Anam and Rubar were from KC while Ali hailed from the Government Islamia College Civil Lines.
Punjab College (PC) students also performed wonderfully as with 1,025 marks, Anam Sadiq secured the first position in the Pre-Engineering Group among girls while all three positions in the Commerce group were bagged by Punjab College students. Muhammad Arsalan Arshad, Ahmed Bani Sadar and Muhmmad Hamza of GCU got the 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions with 1,021, 1,018 and 1,013 marks respectively in the Pre-Medical group (among boys).
Anam Sadiq of PC, Ayesha Zulfiqar and Maryum Khalid of KC got the first, second and third positions with 1,025, 1,016 and 1,015 marks, respectively, in the Pre-Engineering group. Hafiz Muhammad Yasin, a private candidate topped in the humanities group among boys by securing 931 marks while Sara Zahid of the Ghazali College for Women topped in the same group with 940 marks. Ashas Ahmed of GCU with 992 marks topped in the General Science group of boys while Abeera Shahbaz of the Queen Marry College topped the same group with 985 marks.
Muhammad Ashfaq of PC topped in the Commerce group among boys with 975 marks while Fareeha Waseem of PC with 994 marks topped in the same group among girls.



2 Comments

  1. aa1234 said:

    hi,prince my result shows the same(result late).have you talked to the lahore bored authorities about this matter

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