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Bannu & Kohat boards HSSC results 2014

Bannu Board announces HSSC results
Peshawar, Aug 09: The girl students outshined the boys as the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Bannu on Friday announced the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) annual examination.

BISE Bannu Controller of Examinations Prof Muhammad Zahoor announced the results at a ceremony held here.BISE Bannu Chairman Prof Muhammad Ashfaq Khan, Secretary Raj Muhammad Khan, position-holder students and their parents, educationists and heads of educational institutions were also present on the occasion.

Muhammad Zahoor said that 27,663 students appeared in the HSSC examination out of which 20,437 were declared successful with a passing percentage of 74. He said the students of Pre-Medical Group grabbed the overall top three positions.

According to results, Zara Mehmud of the Government Girls Inter College Bannu stood first by securing 993 marks. Another student of the same college Fareeha Moheet stood second position by obtaining 986 marks.

Faisal Saleh Hayat of the Cadet College Razmak North Waziristan clinched third position by obtaining 980 marks. The top three position-holders belonged to the Pre-Medical Group. In the Pre-Engineering Group, the students of the Government Degree College No 2 took the first three positions. Hamid Khan stood first with 944 marks, followed by Muhammad Asif and Muhammad Aamir with 940 and 933 marks respectively.

In Humanities Group, Ambar Hina of the Government Girls Higher Secondary School Ghuriwala Bannu got first position by securing 915 marks. Sajeela Naz of the same school came in second with 874 marks while Anwar Shah, a private student from Lakki Marwat district, got third position by securing 848 marks.

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Cadet College Swat clinches tops positions in HSSC exam
Mingora: The Cadet College Swat clinched top position as the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Swat, announced results of Higher Secondary School Certificate examination on Wednesday. Shahab Ali Shah of the Cadet College, Swat, secured first position by securing 1008 marks while Kausar Iqbal and Hifsa Ali of the Jamil Public School and College got second and third positions, respectively. Kausar got 1002 marks and Hifsa obtained 997 score. Speaking at a press conference, Swat BISE Chairman Fazl Rabi said 10,257 candidates out of 15, 592 emerged successful in Part-I while 12, 358 out of the 17, 106 passed the examination.

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Jinnah College for Women clinches top 3 positions
Peshawar: The students of Jinnah College for Women clinched the top three positions in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Examination 2014 as the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Peshawar announced the results here on Wednesday.

The top three position holders in the examination are from the pre-medical group. Hubba Noor Wardag of the Jinnah College for Women got first position by securing 997 marks out of 1,100. Hira Muttasim of the same college obtained 996 marks and stood second while Mihar and Nazneen Liaqat were declared third by securing 994 marks.

The pre-engineering group was topped by Mohammad Yasir of Islamia College Peshawar. He obtained 969 marks, followed by Taliba Noorul Ain of Peshawar Modal Degree College, Dilazak Road Peshawar who got 966 marks. The third position in this group was bagged by Adil Bashir of Islamia College Peshawar.

The result was announced in a ceremony held in the main hall of the BISE Peshawar. It was attended by Chairman BISE Peshawar Professor Mohammad Shafi, secretary of the board Hakimullah, Chairman of Board of Technical Education Peshawar Nasir Ali Khan, Principal of Jinnah College for Women Nilofar Zeb. The Additional Secretary of Elementary and Secondary Education, Qaiser Alam was the chief guest on the occasion.

In the humanities group, all top three positions were won by girl students. Meena Rahim of Jinnah College for Women got first position by securing 905 marks, followed by Ayesha Aftab who obtained 901 marks. The third position was secured by Khadeja Ashfaq who got 865 marks.

The computer science group was topped by Hira Farooq of Jinnah College for Women by securing 937 marks. The second position was shared by Aleena Munir and Hamas Ahmed of Islamia College Peshawar as they got 908 marks each. Iftikharuddin won third position by securing 891 marks.

A total of 47,417 candidates appeared in the final year of the intermediate examinations and 35,254 were declared passed. The pass percentage overall in the examination was 74.35 percent.

In the pre-medical group, 12,867 students appeared and 11,758 students qualified the examination. In the pre-engineering group, 8,289 students appeared in the examination and 7,516 were declared passed.

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College tops BISE ranking for third time
Peshawar: The Islamia College for Girls, which functions under the Islamia College University, has been declared as the best institution by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Peshawar for the third consecutive time on basis of its results in higher secondary school certificate exam 2014.

The BISE, Peshawar awards the title to those intermediate colleges under its jurisdiction where all the FSc students get the maximum percentage of A or A+ grades in one academic year in the FA and FSc examinations. On the other hand, in the FSc examination 2014, the Islamia College for Boys got second position in pre-engineering group. Its students were also placed in the list of top 20 students.

The Islamia College Peshawar started functioning in 1913. The Postgraduate classes in some of the academic disciplines started there between 1926-30. It remained a constituent college of the University of Peshawar from 1950-2008 when it was upgraded to the level of a separate university. Its intermediate girls section started functioning in 2008.

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Kohat board announces HSSC results
Kohat: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Kohat on Friday announced the Higher Secondary School Certificate results.A press release said Controller of Examinations Shafqat Munir Orakzai announced the results and distributed cash prizes among the position-holders at a function here. It stated around 15,353 of 32,051, who appeared in the examination, were declared successful with a passing percentage of 47.90.Nasir Mehmood of the Kohat Cadet College stood first by obtaining 994 marks while Tasneem Anjum and Aitzaz Ahmad of the same college bagged second position by getting 993 marks. Aftab Ahmad clinched third position by getting 992 marks.

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UoP to introduce own testing service for admissions
Peshawar: The University of Peshawar is going to establish its own testing service in the next academic year to conduct NTS type test for admissions into the BS and MA, MSc Programmes from the current session.

The expertise of the testing system would also be offered to other public sector universities for admissions in various programmes. This was decided at a meeting of the heads of teaching departments with UoP Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Rasul Jan in the chair.

Governance and management, financial reforms and upcoming master's examinations were also on the agenda.The vice-chancellor informed the participants that due to special austerity measures, the university closed its last fiscal year with zero deficits in comparison to a deficit of 219 million in the year 2012-13. He added that some tough financial decisions were taken last year and the varsity is in a better financial position now due to support of the heads of departments.

Dr Rasul Jan called for strict implementation of the existing rules of the university, adding employees involved in private businesses, institutions or any job other than own university without grant of a no-objection certificate would be dealt with according to the employees efficiency and discipline rules while their heads would also be held responsible for the negligence.

The vice-chancellor said new head of departments should take decision in consultation with the senior faculty members so that better academic and financial management is achieved and chances of irregularities are avoided. He asked the chairmen to send cases of the deserving students to him so that they are conditionally allowed for appearing in the examination.

The director admission said 355 students had applied for the HEC scholarship. He said the data had been sent and the amount would be disbursed to them as soon as it is received. About the rest of the deserving cases, he added the fee reimbursement would be made from the University Employees Students Endowment Fund on the recommendation of the committee.

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Four officials of BISE Peshawar suspended
Peshawar: The Elementary and Secondary Education Department on Wednesday suspended four officers of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), including controller of examinations, for leaking secrecy.

Some award lists having marks obtained by students in some subjects were leaked prior to the result declaration of FA/FSc. The suspended officers of the board are controller examination Musawar Jan, secrecy officer Mohammad Shafiq, coordinator board Irfan Khan and Superintendent Mukhtiar Ahmed.Speaking at the function of result announcement of FA/FSc, additional secretary education Qaiser Alam said an inquiry committee had been formed to probe the matter.

He said the inquiry committee's members were Director Higher Education Department Noorullah Wazir, Principal of University College for Boys Prof Mohammad Ishaq and Secretary Textbook Board Peshawar Arif Jamil. He said the government had taken strict action and truth would not be hidden and all those involved in the issue would be exposed.

Chairman Board Prof Dr Muhammad Shafi Afridi on the occasion said a less important initial award list was leaked two days before the announcement of the result. He said results were not doubtful and creating such an impression was unfortunate. The news

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