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PU BA, BSc result 2013 | 9th class result

BA/BSc pass percentage drops to 37.28
Lahore, Aug 22: Female students dominated in the annual examination of B.A/BSc 2013 of Punjab University after they grabbed most of the positions in both the disciplines.

PU announced results of BSc/B.A on Wednesday during a ceremony held at Al Razi Hall in which PU Acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Liaqat Ali, PU Additional Registrar Prof Dr Aurangzeb Alamgir, Additional Controller Ahmed Ali Chatha, Acting Treasurer Rao Muhammad Sharif, Deputy Controller Examinations Khurram Inayat, heads of various departments, relatives of position holders and other officers of Examination Department participated.

A total of 1,34,880 candidates (both male and female) appeared in the exams, out of which 50,281 were declared as pass candidates. The percentage of pass students remained low at 37.28 as compared with last year's 39.85.

All the three top positions in BSc went to female students, including Sadaf Ismael, a BSc student of Punjab College for Women, Civil Lines, Gujranwala, Roll Number 21914, who got overall first position by securing 706 marks out of 800. Second position in BSc went to Sadia Nawaz of Punjab College of Science Faisalabad, Roll Number 15142, who obtained 699 marks. Gulfam Shahzadi, Roll Number 124414, of Punjab College of Science Sialkot grabbed third position in BSc by securing 684 marks.

In B.A, Maria Nawaz, a private candidate of Toba Tek Singh, Roll Number 18736, stood first and secured 669 marks. Muhammad Fahad Arshad, a private candidate from Lahore, Roll Number 84208, got second position by securing 666 marks. Chand Hayat Bibi, a private candidate of Gujranwala, Roll Number 20204, grabbed third position by obtaining 664 marks.

PU Acting VC Dr Liaqat Ali announced cash prizes for position holder students. He gave one hundred thousand each to first position holder students in BSc and B.A whereas Rs 75, 000 were given to both second position holders in BSc and B.A, and he gave Rs 65, 000 each to both third position holder students of BSc and B.A respectively.

Sadaf Ismael said that it was because of prayers of her parents and hard work of her teachers that she gad won first position in BSc. She said she wanted to become a scientist to serve the country. To a question, Sadaf said every one had to recognize his/her duty and role then the situation of the country would be improved. "It is time to change oneself," she observed.

Maria Nawaz, who grabbed first position in B A, said that she wanted to do Masters in Arabic. She said she had done hard work to grab the position and studied at her own. "Due to financial circumstances, I have to give tuition to students to carry on my studies," Maria added.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Liaqat Ali said Quran had repeatedly stressed upon the need to focus on education, adding that only those nations could progress who gave importance to education.

Dr Liaqat Ali said that the Muslims ruled the world for centuries when they were equipped with knowledge. He said that the basic reason behind the downfall of the Muslim nation was their distance from education. He lauded Punjab Chief Minister Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif for his vision of independence from ignorance and he had also introduced revolutionary reforms in education sector in his previous tenure.

On behalf of Vice Chancellor Dr Mujahid Kamran, Dr Ali announced that free education would be provided to position holders in the Punjab University.

He thanked Treasurer Office, Engineering Branch and IT Department for provision of support to declare result in time and manage power outages with the help of generator. He appreciated examination staff for preparing transparent result in time. He also announced rupees two hundred thousand for examination staff. The news

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Suppl exam in October
Lahore: The Punjab University has announced that the BA, BSc (supplementary) examinations for 2013 will be held in the second week of October.

The university will receive admission forms for the supplementary examination till Sept 5.

The PU has also announced that the BA/BSc annual examination for 2014 will be held in April-May 2014. The university will receive admission forms for the annual exam till Oct 20. Dawn

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9th class result announced
Lahore: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, has announced annual result, 2013, of 9th class on Wednesday.

According to a press release issued here, a total of 214975 candidates of both Groups (Science and Arts) participated in the exam, out of which 84,868 students (both male and female) were declared as pass. The percentage of pass candidates remained at 39. 48.

In Science Group, 26975 male and 50066 female students participated and among them 29563 were declared as pass.

In Arts Group, 41738 male and 7039 female students participated and out of those 21291 were declared as pass. The news

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Less then 40% students pass class 9 exams
Lahore: The Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) announced the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) class 9 annual examination results on Wednesday. The passing percentage was recorded at 39.48%. This year 214,975 candidates appeared in the examination and only 84,868 were able to pass, meaning that 60.52 percent of the candidates failed. Daily times

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