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FBISE 10th Position Holder Result Islamabad 2016

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ISLAMABAD: Girls bagged all of the top positions in secondary school certificate (SSC) examinations held by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).

The board announced the results at a ceremony here on Tuesday.

In the science and humanities groups, the students of the army-run schools bagged the top six positions in a show of resilience and dedication.

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“I dedicate my achievement to the martyrs of APS,” said Manal Aamir, a student of the Army Public School and College for Girls, Peshawar Cantonment who clinched the first position. She has secured 1,032 marks out of a total of 1,050 marks.

The boy’s section of the schools was attacked by the terrorists in December 2014. The attack left 144 students and teachers dead. The mastermind of the attack was reportedly killed by a US drone strike in Afghanistan hours before the ceremony.

The toppers dedicated their success to the victims of the terrorist attack.

“The motive of the terrorists was to keep students away from education, but we moved closer to it,” Aamir said.

Talking to the media, she dedicated her achievement to her parents, teachers and the fallen students of her school.

Second position was shared by Urooj Fatima of Army Public School and College Hyderabad Cantt, Sindh, and Aiman Gul of HITEC School and College for Girls, Taxila Cantt, with 1,031 marks each.

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Three students from Army Public School and College for Girls in Lahore and Multan — Areesha Ehsan, Hifza Saeed and Areej Musharraf — shared fourth position with 1,030 marks.

In humanities, the top three positions were clinched by students of Fauji Foundation College for Girls, New Lalazar, Rawalpindi Cantt. Twin sisters Areej Sajjad and Barira Sajjad secured first and second position with 985 and 982 marks respectively.

Rabia Imran was third with 977 marks.

The twin sisters attributed their achievement to their teachers.

The duo emphasised the clear understanding of various concepts, and creative writings.

The student-teacher ratio was also ideal, as there were only 12 students in their class, said Areej.

Every student is given required attention and the teachers are personally involved with students to make things clear and they did not have to make special efforts for the exams, she said.

The high achievers will be given awards, medals and cash prizes once rechecking is completed and the result are officially notified — a process that usually takes three to four months.

In total, 82,894 students had appeared in the exams. Of them, 65,890 passed, showing a pass percentage of 79.49 with 3.38 GPA.

The data shows that the GPA and pass percentage of girls was higher than boys.

When girls education takes a backseat

In science group, 55,562 regular candidates appeared in the exam out of which 51,624 passed. In humanities group, a total of 8,149 candidates appeared out of which 6,457 candidates passed the exam.

About 13,474 private candidates appeared in the exams in science group out of which 5,823 could pass. While in the humanities group, only 1,986 out of a total 5,709 candidates could pass the exam.

Dr Ikram Ali Malik, chairman, Federal Board of Intermediate of Intermediate and Secretary Education (FBISE), said the results of girls were 10 per cent better than the boys.

He said the trends in the result have been the same during the last few years and pass percentage is gradually improving.

The board is shifting its focus from rot to creative learning by including analysis and comprehension in question papers.

He said the board was also consulting other boards of the country to bring uniformity to the examination system.

Minister of State for Federal Education Balighur Rahman congratulated the position holders, their parents and educational institutions.

He said that the government has brought reforms in the FBISE, which is one of the best boards of Pakistan.

He emphasised the need for improvement in the examination system, checking of papers and boards working for improving the overall better education system.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 13th, 2016.

 

 

 

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