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BIEK announced Intermediate Pre-engineering group result
Karachi, Aug 28: Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) controller of examination on Thursday announced the result of Higher Secondary Certificate Science Part-II, Pre-Engineering. As per result statistics, a total of 28,472 candidates were registered and 28,239 appeared in the exam. However, 15,525 candidates passed the exam, making 54.98% the pass percentage. The BIEK also announced the result of Higher Secondary Certificate Science General Group Part-II. As per result statistics a total of 2,066 candidates were registered and 2,053 appeared in the exam. However, 1,084 candidates passed the exam, making 52.80% the pass percentage. Daily times

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Half of future engineers fall at the first hurdle
Karachi: The results of Intermediate pre-engineering group were announced on Thursday with the pass percentage standing at a dismal 55 percent.

Of the total 28,472 registered candidates, 28,239 took the exams and only 15,525 could pass all their papers, according to the gazette issued by the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) for Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) part-II Science Pre-Engineering (Class-XII).

Initially, 21,153 male students had registered for the annual examinations but 20,974 sat for their papers. Only 11,476 candidates cleared the examinations with a pass percentage of 54.72 percent. A total of 1,233 students bagged A-1 grade whereas 2,402 candidates got an A-grade. The number of students with a B-grade stood at 2,865 while 3,025 candidates passed with a C-grade. Another 1,831 students managed a D-grade and 120 pupils cleared their papers with an E-grade.

Meanwhile, 7,265 female candidates took the papers and 4,049 cleared all of them. The pass percentage stood at 55.73 percent.

Of them, 470 girls secured A-1 grades while 1,005 students achieved an A-grade. Another 1,139 students managed to secure B-grade whereas 1,065 candidates cleared their papers with a C-grade. A total of 365 female students got D-grade while five passed with an E-grade.

Results of at least 45 students were withheld for using unfair means, the BIEK controller of examinations said.

Out of the total 215 registered educational institutions, 95 colleges achieved above 50 percent results while 47 colleges secured results less than 50 percent and above or equal to 30 percent. Around 29 colleges produced results less than 30 percent and above or equal to 20 percent whereas 44 colleges and higher secondary schools secured less than 20 percent results.

The theory examinations were held from April 22 till May 16 while practical examinations continued up to July 7.

General science group

Similarly in the general science group, the overall pass percentage stood at 53 percent.

Out of the total 2,066 registered candidates, 2,053 sat for the papers and only 1,084 were declared successful by the BIEK.

In total, 1,079 male students took the annual exams in the group and 505 were declared pass. The pass percentage for male candidates came to 46.80 percent. Only eight male students achieved the coveted A-1 grade; 54 candidates managed an A-grade; 108 students secured the B-grade; 202 students cleared their papers with the C-grade; 128 students passed with the D-grade; while five pupils achieved the E-grade.

Female candidates did marginally better than males with 974 appearances and 579 passing grades. The pass percentage was 59.45 percent. Thirty-three female candidates bagged the A-1 grade; 175 secured an A-grade; 323 B-grade; 386 C-grade; 162 D-grade; while five students cleared their exams with the E-grade.

Out of the total 72 registered colleges and higher secondary schools for the general science group, 39 education centres secured over 50 percent results. Fifteen colleges secured between 50 and 30 percent; three colleges managed to achieve between 30 and 20 percent; whereas 15 institutions managed a percentage less than 20.

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SSUET deadline to submit admission forms
Karachi: The Sir Syed University of Engineering and Technology (SSUET) announced September 22 as the last date for submission of admission forms for the coming academic year.

The admission test will be held on September 28 at the Karachi Expo Centre. Candidates will appear in admission tests for 10 disciplines, an SSUET spokesperson said on Friday.

SSUET Chancellor Adil Usman gave directives to ensure transparency in the admission process. He urged the management to strictly follow the deadline and asked them to not accept application forms after the date has lapsed.

To review the progress of the ongoing admission process, a meeting was held by Vice Chancellor SSUET Prof Dr Syed Jawaid Hassan Rizvi. Keeping in mind the law and order situation, security arrangements at the campus were also reviewed in the meeting.

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Deadline extended for Class-IX admissions
Karachi: The board of secondary education Karachi (BSEK) on Friday announced that the deadline for the submission of enrolment forms for Class-IX has been extended till September 12.

According to the secretary BSEK, Hoor Bi Mazhar, candidates for science and general group (regular) could submit their enrolment forms for annual examinations-2015 without late fees up till September 12.

Students are directed to pay only Rs175 as enrolment fee and Rs40 for the form. Any school or individual found charging more than this stipulated amount must be reported at the Board Office she said.

She further said that the extension was allowed to facilitate students as many could not submit their forms due to varying holidays. The news

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