Pakistani students excel at SSC exam

June 30, 2013 - 2:43:56 am

Doha: Two Pakistani schools in  Qatar — Bright Future Pakistani International School and Pakistan Education Centre, have said that their students have fared well at the SSC Part-II Annual Examination. 

As many as 149 students appeared in the secondary school examination from Pakistan Education Centre (PEC), out of which 93 percent passed with 25 A1 grades, 42 A grades, 34 B grades and the remaining with C grades.

The SSC Part-II Annual Examination 2013 was conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad. The results were announced on Thursday by the board.

Iqra Ashraf scored 951 marks out of 1,050 and stood first among all the students of PEC. Mehtab Anjum won second position by securing 937 marks while Qurat-ul-Ain stood third with 930 marks.

The following students got A1 grades: Muhammad Abaid-ur-Rehman (925 marks), Saba Arshad (919 marks), RehmaSiddique (916 marks), Osama Muhammad Kaleem (915 marks), Rida Ahmed (912 marks), Tayyaba Tahir (910 marks), Sumayyaazhar (909 marks), Muhammad Usman (905 marks), Muna Salam(891 marks), ShaheriarQureshi (890 marks), Mishal Habib (889 marks), Bushra Eman Noor (886 marks), Zuha Sattar (884 marks), Haroon Rasheed (882 marks), Ahmed Sameed (881 marks), Syeda Tooba Tariq (878 marks), Noor-ul-Ain Khan (877 marks), Aisha Bibi (876 marks), Hassan Nadeem (867 marks), Khansaa Abid (866 marks), Abul Rahman Qamar (851 marks) and Rutaba (851 marks).

Principal of PEC Nargis Raza Otho congratulated the students, staff and parents and said that she hoped the students would continue with their efforts in bringing more laurels for the school.

The Pakistani Ambassador to Qatar, Syed Hassan Raza, also congratulated the students, staff and parents.

The students of Bright Future Pakistani International School (BFPIS) have also posted excellent result in Matric examination conducted by Federal Board of Pakistan. The students achieved 100 percent passing percentage in the Annual Exams as all 31 students appeared in the exams secured excellent grades.

Seventeen students  passed with A*, seven obtained A, five  students secured B and one student passed with C grade.

Hamza Farooq of the Boys Wing topped the school with 939 marks whereas Iqra Waheed of the Girls Wing obtained second position by securing 938 marks.

Among the other top achievers were Huzaifa Akram (914), Mohammad Ahmed (886), Shamaim Atta (880), Waijha Haji (884), Shahzaib Shahid (876), Sara Ishtiaque (827), Ayehsa Shahid (824), Hussam Babar (809), and Huda (808).

Principal Imran Waheed and Chairman of BFPIS Abdul Rahman Al Meer congratulated the students on this outstanding achievement, and commended the efforts of the academic staff. 

The Peninsula