Girls outclass boys in SSC Part-I result of FBISE

ISLAMABAD - Girls students have once again sustained their dominance over the male students by securing top five positions in the results of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-I Annual Examination 2009, held under the aegis of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) According to the result statistics, total 64148 candidates of Science and Humanities Group had appeared in the examination, of which 32208 were declared passed. In the overall Science group, Nimra Sadiq, student of Fazaia Intermediate College, Sargodha stood first by securing 512 marks out of 525, Hareem Nasir from Hitech School and College for Girls, Taxila Cantt grabbed the second position with 510 marks while Manhnoor Amin from same institution held the third position with 508 marks. In Humanities group, Afshan Zahra (987970) of H.H Shaikh Rashid Al Makhtoum Pakistan School Dubai UAE bagged first position by securing 477 marks while Muneera Bukhsh (987706) of Al-Aqeeq International School Abe Baker Al Siddeaqe Road, Madina KSA secured 466 marks and the only boy among the position holders was Hafiz Ahmad Ali of Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel (F.A) Islamabad. A total of 45,521 candidates appeared in the science group including 28,899 boys and 16,621 girls. As many as 27167 students passed the exam. While in Humanities group, 10198 candidates including 8011 girls and 2187 boys appeared in the final exam and 3730 students passed it. A total of 8429 private candidates appeared in the SSC Part-I annual examination this year including 5640 boys and 2789 girls. 1311 candidates passed the exam. The result cards of regular candidates are being dispatched to them through their respective institutions and to the private candidates at the addresses provided by them in the admission forms. Any candidate who is not satisfy with his results may avail the facility of cancelling the results in one or two or all papers of SSC Part-I, can reappear in these subjects along with Part -II in Annual Examination 2010. The results have been updated on Federal Board website Federal Board has announced the 30 days time to recheck papers.

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