Around 30-50% Students Didn’t Pass Intermediate Exams in Pakistan This Year

The results of annual examination of intermediate Part-II were announced by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Tuesday.

The results show the difference between the standard of education in private sector colleges and public sector colleges.  The top positions were scored by students from private colleges in most boards of the province including the Lahore BISE board.

Lahore Result

A total of 155,122 candidates appeared in the exams and 62.4 percent (96,927 students) managed to pass the exam.

The position holders were awarded with cash prizes by Punjab Higher Education Minister, Raza Ali Gilani, while the welcome address was made by Board Chairman, Chaudhry Ismail.

All the top positions were scored by students belonging to the Punjab Group of Colleges.

Positions holders:

  • First position: Muhammad Umar with 1060 marks
  • Second position: , Menaam Farooq with 1,059 marks
  • Third position: Muhammad Umar Mukhtar with 1,052 marks

Students holding the top positions were awarded a sum of Rs20,000, Rs15,000 and Rs10,000 and gold, silver and bronze medals to the first, second and third position respectively.

Multan Result

The results of annual examination of intermediate were announced by The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Multan on Tuesday.

A total of 43,196 students appeared in the examination, and 30,680 passed (71.03%) the exam.

Positions Scored:

  • First Position: Anmool Fatima, and Jawaira Mustafa of Punjab College for Girls, with 1,050 marks each.
  • Second Position: Malik Humayoun Khalid of Government Postgrad-graduate College, with 1,047 marks
  • Third Position: Amna Masood of Punjab College for Girls with 1,044 marks.

Out of a total of top 33 positions, students belonging to government colleges obtained only five. The number of private students who scored good positions was two. The remaining 24 positions were all scored by students of private colleges.

Bahawalpur Result

Bahawalpur board chairman, Rana Masood Akhtar, said that out of total 46,397 candidates, 25,387 were declared successful showing a pass percentage of 54.72.

A total of 46,397 candidates appeared during the exams and 54.72 percent (25,387) students managed to pass the exam.

The medals and cash prizes were given by Punjab Minister for Cooperatives Muhammad, Iqbal Channar, at a ceremony held in the BISE Auditorium.

Positions Scored:

  • First Position: Muhammad Ali Zafar of Alpine College of Science scored 1055 marks.
  • Second Position: Hadia Alam Siddiqui of Punjab College for Girls scored 1048 marks.
  • Third Position: Hafiza Smeata Sajid of Punjab College for Women scored 1047 marks.

Faisalabad Result

The BISE held a prize distribution ceremony for the students who clinched positions in the intermediate annual examination.

The controller of examinations announced the results in the prize distribution ceremony. He announced that a total of 84,569 students appeared in the examination and 66.08 percent (55,810) students passed it.

The prizes and certificates were distributed by Punjab Minister for Local Govt & Community Development Muhammad Manshaullah Butt.

Positions Scored:

  • First Position: Abdul Basit of Chenab College Jhang scored 1,054 marks
  • Second Position: Sana Iqbal of Science College for Women Tandlianwala scored 1,048 marks
  • Third Position: Rafia Iman of Punjab College for Women scored 1,045 marks.

Dera Ghazi Khan Result

In DG Khan BISE, the pass percentage remained 68.77 for the exams in 2017.

Positions Scored:

  • First Position: Muhammad Mubeen of Rashid Minhas Higher Secondary School Alipur scored 1,044 marks.
  • Second Position: Muhammad Uzair Shaukat Makhdoom of Punjab College Kot Addu scored 1,042 marks
  • Third Position: Naseer Ahmed of Misali Boys Higher Secondary School Kot Addu and Muhammad Mehtab Aslam of New Punjab Public Higher Secondary School scored 1,041 marks

Via Dawn

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