Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Abbottabad
ABBOTTABAD: Girls cleared all the best positions in the yearly Higher Secondary School Examinations, works out as intende
for which were represented on Saturday.
The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Abbottabad (BISE-A) likewise managed a limit in at the board’s setting on Saturday where BISE-A Controller Examinations Professor Jehanzeb Khan revealed the outcomes and the position holders were permitted.
The best position in the exams was secured by Javeria Zahir of Peace College Mansehra in the wake of scoring 1,011 etchings. She was practically trailed by Laiba Munib from an equivalent school who scored only three etchings less, 1,008 inscriptions. Saman Mehmood from the Tameer-e-Watan College put away the third position with 1,003 etchings.
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Every last one of the three showed up in the pre-medicinal portrayal.
The controller exams said that an aggregate of 35,463 understudies had showed up for the Part-II halfway exams. Of these, 21,638 had passed the examinations with a general pass level of 61.02 for every penny.
Among the youthful colleagues in the pre-restorative class, Hamza Muhammad from the Abbottabad Public School secured the best position coming about to securing 991 etchings, 20 checks shy of the general topper, Zahir. Aazan Lodhi and Babar Ali from the Peace College in Mansehra secured second and third positions freely resulting to scoring 978 and 976 inscriptions.
What’s more, in the pre-building game plan for youthful colleagues, the best three spots were taken by understudies from the Peace College in Mansehra. Talha Tariq brought the best spot with 986 etchings. Samiullah Khan was second with 980 inscriptions while Wajahatullah was third with 977 etchings.
Among young ladies in the pre-arranging request, Amina Dawood from the Jinnah Basic School in Mansehra took the first position by securing 980 inscriptions. She was trailed by Areeba Zahoor of Peace College Mansehra and Rubab Rehman of Peace College Haripur who took second and third positions freely with 971 and 961.
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In the PC and general science gathering, Abdul Samad of Sir Syed College Haripur was top among the youthful colleagues with 933 inscriptions. Usman Nawaz of Government Akhtar Nawaz Khan Shaheed College Haripur was second with 898 inscriptions while Hassan Sattar of Tameer-e-Millat Hazara School Shinkiari was third with 882 etchings.
Among the young ladies, Momina Yousaf of Pine Hills Public School and College Abbottabad was first with 929 inscriptions and Misbah Saleem of Al-Quran Beacon College Mansehra was second with 909 etchings. The third position was shared among Fatima Anwar Zeb of Punjab College Mansehra and Saba Irshad of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Abbottabad who both got 907 inscriptions.