Boys outsmart girls in position race
Rawalpindi, Sep 25: The Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) here on Monday announced the result of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Annual Examination 2013 with a pass percentage of 54.98%.
As many as 59,314 candidates appeared in the examination, out of which 32,475 were declared successful. Out of the total students who appeared in the examination, 24,948 were male and 34,366 were female candidates.
The pass percentage of male students remained 47.16%, while in females the pass percentage was 60.64%. In the HSSC examination, out of overall three top positions, two male students of the Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, got first and third positions with 1015 and 1011 marks in the Pre-Engineering Group, while a female student of the Punjab College of Information Technology, Rawalpindi, got second position with 1012 marks in the Pre-Engineering Group.
Sheikh Hassan Tanveer, son of Sheikh Tanveer Ahmed, Roll Number 725455, got first position with 1015 marks. Iqra Noor, daughter of Noor Muhammad, Roll Number 723626, secured second position with 1012 marks. Ahmed Shaheer, son of Shakeel Ahmed, Roll Number 725454, bagged third position with 1011 marks.
In Humanities Group among girls, Syeda Rida Zainab, daughter of Syed Nasim Taqi Jafery, Roll Number 715117, a student of Government College for Women, Gujar Khan, got first position with 935 marks. Nimra Waheed, daughter of Abdul Waheed, Roll Number 739826, student of Village PO Thanil Kamal, District Chakwal, stood second with 920 marks. Javeria Irfan, daughter of Qazi Irfan Hussain, Roll Number 730373, student of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mari Danishmandan, got third position with 916 marks.
Khuzaima Jabaroot Bin Suleman, son of Shahzada Suleman, Roll Number 721020, student of Government Gordon College, Rawalpindi, got first position with 897 marks in the Humanitites Group among boys.
Sumaiya Sarfaraz, daughter of Hafiz Sarfaraz Ahmed, Roll Number 723745, student of Punjab College of Information Technology for Girls, bagged first position with 991 marks in Science General Group among girls.
Arslan Arshad, son of Arshad Mehmood Nasir, Roll Number 712722, student of Military College, Jhelum, got first position with 985 marks in Science General Group among boys.
In Commerce Group among girls, Sidra Murad, daughter of Waheed Murad, Roll Number 729738, student of Jinnah Institute of Informatics for Girls, Rawalpindi, stood first with 992 marks.
Rida Batool, daughter of Sajid Hussain, Roll Number 706017, student of Kallar Kahar Science College for Girls, Kallar Kahar, Chakwal, got first position with 1009 marks in the Pre-Medical Group among girls. Moazama Khan, daughter of Khalid Ahmed Khan, Roll Number 723102, student of Punjab College of Information Technology for Girls, Rawalpindi, obtained second position the Pre-Medical Group among girls with 1007 marks. Amina Bibi, daughter of Muhammad Munir, Roll Number 706021, student of the Kallar Kahar Science College for Girls, Kallar Kahar, Chakwal, got third position with 1001 marks.
The candidates can check their result on the RBISE's website www.biserwp.edu.pk.The total enrolled students for the HSSC examination were 60,682, while 59,314 candidates appeared in the examination. Out of the total male and female students, 908 got A-1 grade, 2,733 got A grade, 7,121 students were declared successful in B grade while 12,606 students were awarded C grade. As many as 32,475 students remained unsuccessful while 1,364 were absent in the examination.
PU VC allegations aim to hide his inefficiency: JI, IJT
Lahore: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) leaders and Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) office bearers on Monday alleged that the Punjab University vice chancellor had linked the arrest of terrorist suspects to the Jamiat to hide his own incompetence.
Addressing a press conference here, JI leaders including Ameer ul Azeem, PU IJT nazim Abdul Muqeet and others said Jamiat's character was being assassinated. IJT's past and present was like an open book but the present administration was conspiring against it, they said, vowing to fail the attempt and demanding the removal of the VC.
They also said linking peaceful student organization like Jamiat to al-Qaeda was like sabotaging the peace. Meanwhile a PU spokesman while reacting to the press conference said it was not about the efficiency of administration, it was about the arrest of a suspected terrorist from the room of a Nazim of Islami Jamiat Talaba. In a press statement issued here on Monday, the spokesperson demanded action against the hooligans of IJT as more than 75 FIRs had been lodged by the administration to help the university get rid of rogue elements. The spokesman said that Farooq Hameed was illegally occupying room number 114 of PU Hostel No 3, asking him to explain which department of the Punjab University he was studying at now.
The spokesman said that Farooq Hameed had been a student of a diploma program at the English Department in the past and diploma students were not entitled to hostel accommodation. His diploma course had also expired, he claimed.
He alleged IJT itself was involved in illegal activities and had provided shelter to those elements who were involved in, what he termed, terrorist activities in Pakistan. The spokesman said that the PU had progressed in all the sections under the leadership of its VC, Dr Mujahid Kamran. He said the biggest hurdle in the progress of the university was the hooliganism of IJT.
GCU VC all praise for students
Lahore: GCU Vice-Chancellor Khaleequr Rahman while commenting on record 10 positions of his university students in the Intermediate Annual Examination has said that 2013 has emerged to be a triumphant year for the GCU as this year alumni and teachers have proved their excellence in academics, research and co-curricular activities at all levels.
In a press release, the VC said, "GCU orators won 175 awards, our 24 faculty members received Research Productivity Awards from the Ministry of Science and Technology, we were declared best university of Punjab by the HEC, our student Rafiullah Kakhar won Rhodes scholarship and there are hundreds of other achievements of our students that bring glory to their alma mater."
Rahman attributed the achievement of the GCU students to their hard work and talent through which they had managed to uphold the university's tradition of excellence. He said it was due to unflinching dedication and commitment of students to their studies and input of the faculty that the GCU was ranked among the top educational institutions of the country. The news
Impersonators caught at BISE centre
Lahore: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education on Tuesday caught 13 impersonators at board's cluster examination centre during mathematics paper for the secondary school supplementary examination for 2013.
During inspection of the examination centres, four impersonators were caught in the morning session and were handed over to police. They were impersonating for candidates having roll numbers 130407, 130203, 107281 and 107090. A candidate (roll number 131783) was also held for using unfair means. Unfair means cases were registered against all these candidates.
In the evening session, nine impersonators were handed over to police who were cheating for candidates having roll numbers 126566, 127079, 127269, 127540, 127807, 127847, 128506, 133034 and 131461. A UMC was also instituted against a candidate having roll number 133067. UMCs were also instituted by the board against these 10 candidates.
Two UMCs against candidates (roll numbers 124553 and 124554) were also registered at Government Islamia High School, Sheikhupura, examination centres. Lahore Board Chairman Muhammad Nasrullah Virk has instructed the controller of examinations that all candidates must invariably be thoroughly checked daily with regard to their photo files before they are allowed to take examination. Dawn