ABU DHABI —All Pakistani students attending Islamia English School in Abu Dhabi performed well in the HSSC-II Examination of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad.
Out of 11 pupils who took the exams, three managed an ‘A’ grade, four secured a ‘B’ grade and the rest three students got a ‘C’ grade.
The two girls and a boy who managed the top grades are Nousheen Younas, with 848 marks, followed by Nasir Javed with 828 marks and Huda Zahurussalam 786 marks.
The Pakistan Islamia Higher Secondary School, Fujairah, presented a total of 21 candidates for the HSSC-part II examination this year, registering a 100 per cent pass result for the second consecutive year.
Some of the outstanding performance among the boys include Habibullah in the first place obtaining 824 marks, followed by Faisal Rana in the second position securing 812 marks and Muhammad Osaid in the third place obtaining 762 marks.Among the girls, the school toppers include Isra Liaqat Ali bagging the first position with 834 marks, Ulfath Badshah Khan in the second place with 826 marks and Seher Asad in the third place with 779 marks.