Girls shine in Pak HSSC-II examination

DUBAI — Girls have outperformed boys once again in the HSSC Part II (Grade 12) examination results of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Islamabad, declared recently.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Sun 30 Jul 2006, 11:00 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 1:48 PM

Sameerah Zakir of Pakistan Education Academy in Dubai has secured an overall second position in the board in the commerce group scoring a high 896 marks.

Some of the school results received to date by the newspaper are as follows:

Pakistan Education Academy which registered a 100 per cent pass results among girls also had Sameerah Zakir clinching second position in the Federal Board.

The pass percentage among the boys at the school this year was 98.

Adeel Ahsan topped the pre-engineering group among boys with a score of 738 followed by Gohar Altaf and Rizwanullah.

Arsalan Ajmal secured 837 marks and topped the pre-medical among boys while Adil Jhangir and Faizan Arshad stood second and third respectively.

Among the girls Bibi Maryam topped by securing 920 marks followed by Anum Subhan and Bibi Safia, respectively. Wajahat Kamal and Syed Suleman followed the topper Ali Raza with 723 marks in the science general group among boys.

In the commerce group among boys Akbar stood first with 740 marks followed by Kamran Aslam and Muhammad Umair.

Among the girls, Farah Mehboob and Ayesha Naeem followed the board topper Sameerah Zakir with 896 marks whereas the humanities group was topped by Sahar Qureshi scoring 784 marks and Munnaza Ajmal and Khunsa Suleman took the second and third positions, respectively.

His Highness Shaikh Rashid Al Maktoum Pakistan School, Dubai, sent a batch of 72 students of which the girls of pre-engineering and Commerce group registered 100 per cent pass results. All the three top positions in the school have also been grabbed by the girl students.

Maham Khalil of pre-engineering group stood first in the school securing 853 marks, Ayesha Khawar Butt of Science general group stood second securing 832 marks and Taskeen Haider Khan of pre-medical group stood third in the school securing 783 marks.

Pakistan Islamia Higher Secondary School, Sharjah, presented a group of 193 students this year registering 100 per cent pass result in pre-engineering and humanities groups (girls) and 100 per cent pass result in pre-engineering group (boys).

In the pre-medical group, Kulsoom Ilyas secured first position, followed by Amina Rasheed in the second place and Shaima Ishaq and Rakshanda Nighat jointly in the third place. Among the boys, Awais Azam stood first, Roman Bader second and Ummar Zaman third.

In the pre-engineering group, Maryam Mushtaq, Sahar Jafar and Asma Sher bagged the top three positions among girls, while Muhammad Qasim, Adil Jalil and Faisal Ghulam Farid topped among boys.

Meanwhile in the Computer group the toppers among girls include Anam Khan first position, Syed Fariha zafar second and Maria Rani third. Omer Tariq secured first place among boys, followed by Ahsan Raza Shaikh second and Ghulam Mujtaba third place.

In the Commerce group the toppers among girls include Sadia Maqsood, Saima Tahir and Nabila Yaqoob, while the boys include Ali Khalid bagging the first position, Muhammad Khalid second place and Muhammad Arsalan in the third place.

In the humanities group, Mehwish Saleem secured first position, Saba Nasir second position and Tatheer Gul third position, respectively.

Pakistan Islamia Higher Secondary School, Ajman, achieved 94 per cent pass results. Moazzama Kauser grabbed the top position in the school securing 849 marks out of 1100 in the Science stream. Sadia Zahid clinched the second position by securing 782 marks and Arooba Zafar stood third with 748 marks.

In the commerce stream, Quratul Ain Ali Naqvi secured first position with 814 marks, Shaheen Shah Muhammad stood second with 791 marks and Madiha Riaz bagged the third position with 788 marks.

Adeel Ahmed Siddiqui grabbed the first position in the school among the boys in science stream with 774 marks. Sayed Ashar Marghoob got second position with 731 marks and Junaid Aslam with 686 marks bagged the third position.

In the Commerce stream, Asad Waheed stood first securing 784 marks, Hamza Shahzad stood second with 751 marks and Muhammad Umair Faiz clinched third position with 673 marks.



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