FBISE SSC exam result 2013: Girls positions
Top two positions shared by male and female candidates
Islamabad, June 28: A boy and a girl shared top position in the Secondary School Certificate
(SSC) Annual Examination 2013 held under the Federal Board of
Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad.
to the result announced on Thursday, Abdul Wasay Ikhlaq, son of Ikhlaq
Hussain, a student of the Federal Government Boys Public High School,
Wah Cantonment, (Science Group), (Roll No. 110294), and Rehmeen Zahid,
daughter of Zahid Pervez, (Roll No. 150774) of the Rangers Public
School, Khanpur District, Rahimyar Khan, of (Science Group), obtained
1026 marks out of the total 1050 to clinch top position in this year's
SSC annual examination.
A boy and a girl also shared
second position. Both of them belonged to the Science Group. Muhammad
Umar Arshad, son of Arshad Mahmud, a student of the Army Public School
and College for Boys, Ordnance Road, Rawalpindi Cantonment, Roll No.
118183, and Noor Khalid, daughter of Dr. Khalid Rashid Sheikh, a student
of the Army Public School and College, 208-Humayun Road, Rawalpindi
Cantonment, Roll No. 152394, obtained 1025 marks.
female students shared the overall third position. Sana Riaz, daughter
of Muhammad Riaz, Roll No. 152208, a student of the Fazaia Inter
College, Chaklala, Rawalpindi Cantonment, and Tooba Anwaar, daughter of
Muhammad Anwar ul Haq Awan, a student of the Army Public School and
College, Kohat Cantonment, Roll No. 162189, got 1024 marks and bagged
The result was announced by Minister of
State for Education, Trainings and Standards in Higher Education
Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman in the Conference Hall of FBISE, Islamabad.
PML-N MNA Malik Abrar and education officials were also present on the
Speaking on the occasion, the minister said that
while awarding scholarships to students and recruiting employees in
educational institutions, the HEC would first verify their degrees and
certificates. He said the government would take effective steps to
improve the overall educational system in the country, including
government and private schools and colleges. "Merit will be followed in
giving admission to students in educational institutions and no kind of
influence will be accepted in this process," he added.
congratulated all students who attained top positions and those who
passed the SSC examinations. Talking about students who could not pass
the examinations, the minister asked them not to get depressed with
their failure, and reappear in the supplementary examination and work
hard to overcome their weaknesses in studies.
Humanities Group, male students outclassed girls by attaining first two
positions. Muhammad Umair, son of Munsif, Roll No. 175034, a student of
the Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel, (FA), Islamabad, got 938
marks and clinched top position. Ubaid Riaz, son of Muhammad Riaz, a
student of the same institution, Roll No. 175041, secured second
position by getting 926 marks. Shareen Shafi, daughter of Muhammad Shafi
Anjum, Roll No. 189528, a student of the Al-Amaal English High School,
Sharjah, UAE, got third position in this group by obtaining 924 marks.
Secondary School Certificate Annual Examination 2013 was held in
March-April. In all, 51,833 regular students appeared out of which
46,543 passed, showing a passing percentage of 89.79. While 17,303
private and ex-students appeared in which 7,154 cleared the examination
and their pass percentage remained 41.35. The overall pass percentage of
both regular and private students was 77.67.
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Supplementary Examination 2013 would
commence on September 3. According to the gazette notification, the
result cards of candidates would be dispatched to their respective
educational institutions and private candidates would receive these at
their postal addresses. The news
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AIOU reschedules exams
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has rescheduled
final exams for Matric, FA, BA and post-graduate programmes for the
Autumn Semester, 2012 on July 1 at exams centres No 74, 75 (Karachi) and
centre No 233 (Hyderabad).
AIOU Exams Controller Dr Hamid
Khan Niazi said these exams were earlier scheduled to be held
on June 22 and were postponed due to bad law and order situation in
Karachi and Hyderabad. The controller of exams said the examination
centre and timing will remain unchanged. The roll number slips already
issued to the students will be used, he added. app
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Honour for IIU academician
Islamabad: An academician from the English Department of International Islamic
University (IIU) is conferred upon PhD degree in Sociolinguistics and
South Asian Immigrant Fiction.
After the successful
defence of his PhD dissertation by a panel of distinguished academicians
at the National University of Modern Languages (NUML), Muhammad Usman
Ghani was declared eligible for the coveted PhD degree in the discipline
of English Language and Literature.
Ghani, a teaching
research associate at the IIU has been working on his PhD dissertation
titled 'Maintaining Multiple Identities: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of
South Asian Immigrant Fiction' since July 2008 from NUML.
to a question, Ghani said his work holds water in that it not only
exemplifies an approach towards looking at the vast plethora of South
Asian immigrant fiction but it also diagnoses the issues and problems
the South Asian immigrants face upon entering into the societies such as
the UK and the USA. He hoped his work would be very useful for the
prospective researchers and academics in Sociolinguistic, Discourse
Analysis and South Asian Literature in English. The news
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