Girls oputshines the boys in Multan Board SSC xamination

MULTAN-The success ratio in Secondary School Certificate Examination 2018 stood at 82.5 percent as the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Multan declared the result here on Saturday.
The result was declared by the Controller examination Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Tahir who disclosed that a total of 106241 Candidates applied for the examination and 105069 got through with 82.5pc success ratio.
A student of Khanewal Public School and College for girls Maheem Fatima, roll number 107177, stood overall first with 1090 marks.
Second position was shared by two candidates. Saffa Navid, roll number 173054, student of Vehari Divisional Public School, and Khubaib Rafique, roll number 186890, of Multan Muslim Public HSS Mumtazabad, were declared second with 1088 marks.
The overall third position was jointly held by three students - Mehroz Ismael, roll number 168369, student of Burewala Allama Iqbal Girls Secondary School, Muhammad Umair Javed, roll number 166975, of Burewala Divisional Public School and Hamza Khan, roll number 144941 of Multan Nishat boys high school stood third with 1086 marks.
The controller examination disclosed that the examination had begun on March 3 and continued to April 30.
Khubaib Rafique, Roll number 186890, took first position with 1088 marks. Two candidates got second position including Umair Javed from Burewala Divisional Public School, roll number 166975, and Hamza Khan from Multan Nishat boys’ high school, roll number 144941, with 1086 marks. The candidate Muhammad Ahamed raza with roll number 132583 bagged third position with 1084 marks. 
Maheem Fatima, roll number 107177, clinched first position with 1090 marks, Roll number 173054 Saffa Navid second with 1088 marks and Mehroz Ismael, roll number 168369, third with 1086 marks.
A private candidate from Multan district Muhammad Amjad, roll number 212540, was declared first with 1022 marks, Roll number 205783 Muhammad Kashif from Khanewal second and roll number 212616 Saifur Rehman from Multan third with 1012 marks.
Esha Mehmood, Roll number 200401, from Kabirwala government girls’ high school got first position with 1053 marks, Farah from Multan Islamic Ideal Public School Masoom Shah road second with 1048 marks and Bisma Mariyam, roll no 204113, from Multan government girls’ high school Haram Gate stood third.
The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) DG Khan announced Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examinations Results 2018 with pass percentage of 82.23.
The prize distribution ceremony was held at BISE office on Saturday. 
Three students jointly stand first by securing 1089 marks out of 1100 namely Ayesha Maryam of Mairi Darsgah Girls Secondary School Kot Adu Muzaffargarh, Ayesha Nazar of Al-Mumtaz Model Girls High School Jampur (Rajanpur) and Hamza Ahmad of New Garrison Boys Higher Secondary School Taunsa Sharif. 
Faiqa Tariq of Superior Public Girls Secondary School Chowk Azam, Layyah secured 1088 marks and remains second hwile Muhammad Salman Fareed of Divisional Public School (Boys) Dera Ghazi Khan securing 1087 marks got third position. 
In Science Group Boys, Hamza Ahmad (1089 marks) got first position, Salman Fareed (1087 marks) second position while four students jointly got third position by securing 1086 marks, namely Muhammad Sarim Javed, Muhammad Rehan, Abdul Rehman and Abdul Wasay Haseeb. 
In Science Group Girls, Ayesha Maryam and Ayesha Nazar jointly stood first by securing 1089 marks, Faiqa Tariq got second position by securing 1088 marks while two students Aisha Abbas and Hoor-ul-Ain jointly grabbed third position by securing 1086 marks. 
In General Group Boys, Ahmad Nawaz (991 marks) stood first, Sabzal Hussain (989 marks) second and Muhammad Imran (977 marks) third in the examinations. 
In General Group Girls, Aiman Zahar (1023 marks) got first position, Maria Rafiq (994 marks) second position and Gosheen Kanwal (982 marks) third position. 
Talking to The Nation, Deputy Controller of Examination Sheikh Amjad Hussain informed that total 67604 candidates of public and private schools appeared in the examinations. Out of them 55593 candidates are declared successful and pass percentage is 82.23%.
Amjad said that a total 16 cases of UMC (unfair means case) were registered. Eleven s



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South Punjab News : Girls oputshines the boys in Multan Board SSC xamination
Girls oputshines the boys in Multan Board SSC xamination
The result was declared by the Controller examination Dr. Muhammad Zafar Iqbal Tahir who disclosed that a total of 106241 Candidates applied for the examination and 105069 got through with 82.5pc success ratio.
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