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BISE Abbottabad and Bannu intermediate result 2013

Girls shine in BISE Abbottabad intermediate exam results
Abbottabad, Aug 06: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Abbottabad declared results for the annual intermediate examination on Monday, in top positions were clinched by girl students.

Shujaat Ali of the Abbottabad Public School & College got overall first position by getting 1001 marks, followed by Arzoo Malik of Jinnah Jame School & College, Haripur by obtaining 1000 marks. The third position was bagged by Aanab Sardar of the Pakistan International Public School & College, Abbottabad by securing 993 marks.

In the Pre-Medical (boys) Arzoo Malik of the JJS Haripur, with 1000 marks, was declared first, Aanab Sardar of PIPS Abbottabad with 993 marks 2nd and Annum Rafique of Khyber Public College, Mansehra with 988 marks got third positions.

In Pre-Medical (boys), Muhammad Zubair Khan of the APS, Abbottabad with 979 marks got first position, Faizan Banaras of the GPS College No 1, Abbottabad with 978 marks got 2nd and Syed Haider Yadain of the APS with 965 marks got third position.

In Pre-Engineering (girls), Maria Hameed of the Khyber Public College Mansehra was declared 1st with 974 marks, Khushbakht Ali Qamar of the JJE Haripur with 964 marks 2nd and Sidra Shakoor of the Quaid-e-Azam Girls College Haripur with 955 marks got third position.

In Pre-Engineering (boys), Shujahat Ali of APS got first position with 1001 marks, while 2nd and third positions were also clinched by the students of APS, Umair Ali Syed's 985 and Nasir Khan's 984 marks.

In Computer Science group (girls), Aqsa Riaz of KPSC, Mansehra got first position with 974 marks, 2nd position was also lifted by KPSC's Rameesha Khattak with 946 marks and Sana Siddique of Dubai Intentional College Mansehra got third position with 906 marks.

In the same group of males category, Faiz Ahmed Khan of the Qaumi Islami School & College Kamila Kohistan got first position with 833 marks, Sheikh Fahad Sehgal of the PIPS got 800 marks and stood 2nd while Ubaidur Rehman of the QISP S&C Kohistan got third position with 784 marks.

In Humanities Group (female), Syeda Amina Hassan of Al-Quran Beacon College Mansehra got first position with 909 marks, Ehsana Anum Syed of Government Girls Degree College No 1 Mansehra stood 2nd with 906 marks and Hajra Khan of Abasin PS & College got third position with 891 marks.

In the same group among females, Saifur Rehman (private) got first position with 831 marks, Gulbadeen Ahmed of the Time College Haripur got 2nd position with 824 marks and Abu Bakar of Sir Syed PS&C Havelian got third position with 801 marks.

A total of 31,124 students appeared, of whom 18,399 were declared successful, with the total pass percentage of 59.12.

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BISE Bannu declares FA/FSc results
Bannu: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Bannu declared the results of FA/FSc annual examinations here on Monday. Declaring the results of top 20, Chairman Riazullah Khan said that Arsala Khan from the Akram Durrani College stood first by securing 996 marks, Junaid Ahmed from the same college stood second by obtaining 985 marks and Muhammad Nabeel from the Government College No 2 clinched third position by grabbing 975 marks.Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) MPA Malik Shah Muhammad Wazir distributed cash prize of Rs50,000, Rs45,000 and Rs40,000 along with shields among the candidates.

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KU BEd supple exams
Karachi: The University of Karachi has announced August 16 as the cut-off date for submission of forms for the BEd Supplementary Examinations 2012. The candidates were instructed to submit their forms at their respective colleges.

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KU announces Eid holidays
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) and its affiliated colleges will remain closed from August 8 to 10 in connection with the Eid ul Fitr holidays.An announcement to this effect was made by the spokesman of the institution on Monday.The KU and its affiliated colleges will also remain closed on August 6 in connection with Shab-i-Qadar. The news

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