KARACHI – Boys candidates of commerce faculty have outshone girls in the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Part-II Commerce Group (Regular) Annual Examination - 2012, announced by the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on Thursday.BIEK also announced the results of Diploma in Physical Education Annual Examination. Male candidates of a private institution namely Institute of Business Education have secured all three top positions in the examinations. BIEK Controller Examination Imran Khan Chishtee announced the results in a ceremony, held at the BIEK Auditorium in honour of the position-holders of the examinations. Besides the presence of students, BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, BIEK Secretary Haider Ali Naveen, heads and teachers of various public and private institutions were also present on the occasion. The percentage of the said results is 53.53, which is little bit lesser than the last year’s results which were 54 per cent. Ahsan Amin s/o Muhammad Amin obtained first position with 83.81 per cent marks (922), Kumail Hussain s/o Ghulam Hussain got second position with 83.36 per cent (917) and Muhammad Hasnaian s/o Sajjad Hussain secured third position with 82.18 per cent (904).As per statistics, a total of 32,423 candidates were registered in the examination out of which 32,074, including 18,189 male and 13,885 female, appeared while 17,170 (9,191 male, 7,979 female) candidates declared to be passed. A total of 80 candidates got A-one grade in the examinations, 1,082 passed in A, 3,398 in B-grade, 6,353 in C-grade, 5,776 in D-grade and 481 candidates declared to be passed in E-grade. TOPPERS CENSURE VANDALISM: Speaking at the ceremony, the toppers have denounced the act of violence by some miscreants of religious parities on the Love Day for the Prophet. They said that the launch of profane movie was nothing but a conspiracy against the peace of the world.The first position-holder, Ahsan Amin said that he did not take any coaching or tuition during his studies. He said, “I want to be a chartered accountant. Poor law and order situation is really a big problem for the citizens while our studies were largely affected by strikes, protest and violence on various grounds.”Kumail Hussain (2nd position) said that he was satisfied with his position. “It is the God’s blessing that I am able to be here as a very important personality.” He declared the loadshedding as main problem of the city, and said the government must find out a solution to the problem. He said violence on Love Day was extreme crime as it damaged the sanctity of the day.“The role of my parents and teachers in my success cannot be ignored, which makes me able to get position in the examination without taking any tuition from outside the college,” said Muhammad Hasnaian (3rd). In the commerce faculty, the performance of the private institutions is better than government educational institutions, he said. He pointed out that extremism has given a bad name to the country all over the world. COMMERCE COLLEGES NEEDS PROPER ATTENTION: BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, in his speech, mentioned that the registration of male candidates in the commerce examination is being increased day-by-day, which needs the attention of concerned authorities towards the teaching facility of commerce in the public colleges and higher secondary schools in the metropolis; provision of proper facilities in connection with commerce faculty in the public intuitions is need of the hour.“All ten position-holders of this examination will be given stipend of Rs500 per month for two years. Like other faculties, scanned photographs will be fixed on admit cards from next year to discourage the cheating mafia,” he said.