Private College Surpass Govt Institutes In HSSC Examination
Umer Jamshaid 9 days ago Wed 12th September 2018 | 05:46 PM
Private colleges students surpassed govt institutes candidates in Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examination held under Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE).
MULTAN, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 12th Sep, 2018 ) :Private colleges students surpassed govt institutes candidates in Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examination held under Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE).
Namreen Shahid, Roll No 612604 of Punjab College for Girls Multan grabbed overall first position by securing 1052 marks while Uniaza Fatima Roll No 601803 of National Higher Secondary Higher Secondary School for Girls, Dunyapur secured second position by getting 1051 marks and third position went to Ahmad Hassan Roll no 607057 of Punjab College of Science for Boys Multan. He got 1050 marks.
The result was announced in a result declaration, Medal and Prize Awarding ceremony for position holders organised at Multan Arts Council on Wednesday.
In General Science Group, Muhammad Nabeel Roll No 684309 of City College of Science stood first by securing 1021 marks, while Syed Murtajiz Hussain Bokhari Roll no 685258 of Britain International Higher Secondary School for Boys Multan bagged second position by getting 1009 marks and third position went to Sajeel Mohsin roll no 68525 who got 983 marks.
According to gazette statistics, a total of 68081 candidates appeared, whereas 40767 got through the examination.
The overall pass percentage stood at 59.88 pc.
As many as 19 cases of UMC were registered and all have been decided with punishment to the candidates.
Addressing the ceremony, Commissioner Multan Division Naddem Irshad Kiyani appreciated the position holders, their parents, teachers and organizations for their brilliant performance.
He added that the position holders had brought good name to their cities and urged the students carry on with the same zeal as they had to face more chanlleges in their studies in days to come.
The commissioner informed, in Finland, no examination system existed saying that students are promoted on the basis on their intelligence level.
Mr Kiyani stated that by the time we change ourselves from within, we would not be able to change the system of the country.
BISE secretary Kastoora Jee Shad and Controller Examination, Dr Zafar Iqbal Tahir also spoke.
A large number of students, their instuitions heads and parents attended the ceremony.
The Commissioner gave away certificate and cash prizes among position holders.