The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government has decided to reassess the examination copies of a brilliant female student from Mardan who created a record by obtaining 100 percent marks in the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) examinations.
Qandeel Khan, an orphan child, had shocked everyone by attaining 11000 out of 1100 marks in intermediate examinations. BISE Mardan held a special ceremony on Tuesday in the honor of position-holder students. That was when Qandeel, the girl who topped the intermediate board exams, was introduced.
Taking notice of the unusual development, the provincial minister for Elementary and Secondary Education, Shahram Khan Tarakai, set up an assessment committee on Wednesday to recheck Qandeel’s and other students’ copies who obtained nearly 100 percent marks.
A notification in this regard said that the committee will recheck and verify the copies of individual students securing above 1090 marks out of the total of 1100 in the matriculation and intermediate examinations.
The committee will also verify the academic track record of these students and the history of their present marks and those obtained in previous examinations.