- Noor Fatima secures first position in Science Group by obtaining 1,072 marks
Girls once again outsmarted boys in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2015 held under Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, (RBISE) announced on Saturday.
According to the result announced by RBISE Controller Examination, Dr. Umar Farooq, Noor Fatima daughter of Shaukat Ali Naseer, Roll No. 859803, of Siddeeq Public School (Girls) 6th Road, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi from the Science Group, bagged overall top position in the Board by obtaining 1,072 marks.
The second position was clinched by Syeda Ayesha Fawad Bukhari daughter of Dr. Syed Fawad Laiq Bukhari, Roll No. 859735, of Siddeeq Public School (Girls) 6th Road, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi from the Science Group who got 1,066 marks, while the overall third position was grabbed by a boy, Talha Abdullah son of Mahmood Ahmad Zubairi from Science Group, Roll No 810536, belonging to Cadet College Hassanabdal, Attock, by obtaining 1,064 marks.
According to the result in Science Group (Girls), Noor Fatima daughter of Shaukat Ali Naseer, Roll No. 859803 of Siddeeq Public School (Girls) 6th Road, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Secured 1,072 marks to remain on top. She was followed by Syeda Ayesha Fawad Bukhari daughter of Dr. Syed Fawad Laiq Bukhari, Roll No 859735, of Siddeeq Public School (Girls) 6th Road, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, by getting 1,066 marks.
Bibi Javeria Rani daughter of Syed Abid Hussain Shah, Roll No 866165, of Sir Syed Public School for Girls Tipu Road, Rawalpindi, got 1,063 marks and remained 3rd in the Science Group (Girls).
Similarly, in Science Group for Boys, Talha Abdullah son of Mahmood Ahmad Zubairi, student of Cadet College Hassanabdal, Attock, Roll No 810536, secured 1,064 marks and stood at first position.
Muhammad Taimur Malik, son of Tariq Mehmood Malik, of Cadet College Hassanabdal, Attock, Roll No 810495, got 1,063 marks and remained second in the Science Group for Boys. Hussain Ahmed son of Muhammad Aslam of Radiant Secondary School For Boys Iqbal Town Near Kuri Road Rawalpindi, Roll No 879904, secured 1,062 marks with third position.
In General Group, girls once again outshone boys by attaining the first three positions. Boys remained far behind as far as marks were concerned.
In this group, Arshia Ehsan daughter of Muhammad Ehsan Elahi, student of Grammar Public High School for Girls B-1318 Satellite Town, Rawalpindi, Roll No 860348, secured first position with 1,024 marks.
Huma Uroos daughter of Allah Rakha of Government M.C. Girls High School Gujar Khan, Roll No 849102, clinched second position by achieving 1,013 marks.
Mahnoor Bilal daughter of Muhammad Bilal, student of Grammar Public High School for Girls B-1318, Satellite Town, Rawalpindi secured third position by obtaining 1,012 marks.
In General Group for Boys, Anas Ur Rahman son of Atiq ur Rahman, student of Government M.C.Islamia Higher Secondary School Jhelum, Roll No 846064 attained first position by getting 967 marks.
Muhammad Asad Ali son of Muhammad Pervaiz, student of Government High School Bhatiot, Attock, Roll No. 812532, got 934 marks to bag second position among boys. Similarly, Muhammad Aqeel son of Hafiz Abrar Ahmed, C/O Nammal School and College, Tehsil Gujar Khan Distt Rawalpindi got 912 marks to achieve third position in this group.
Punjab Minister for Labour and Manpower Raja Ashfaq Sarwar was the chief guest on the occasion, after announcement of results he congratulated the top position holders and successful candidates and also distributed cash prizes and medals.
Addressing the participants, he urged the students to concentrate hard on their studies.”Only education should be the main goal for students before they enter into professional life and join other fields,” he added.
He also encouraged the students who failed to clear the examination to work hard for achieving success in the next attempt. He said the Punjab government was giving priority to the education and patronising the talented students.
Ashfaq Sarwar said Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif believed that the fate of the country cannot be changed without progress in the education field.
Out of all enrolled 121105 students, 119889 including 84236 regular and 36869 private students, appeared in the examination. The overall pass percentage remained 70.35. A total of 35,350 candidates failed in the exams.
The pass percentage of regular candidates remained 71.15 while the pass percentage of private candidates remained only 49.9 per cent. Total 65,707 male and 54,182 female students appeared in the exams while pass percentage of male remained 64.6 and female 77.32.
Later talking to the media, top position holder students said their success was the result of the prayers of their parents and hard work of their teachers.
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