ISLAMABAD, Aug 7: Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) on Tuesday announced result of Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) (Intermediate) Annual Examination, 2012, in which girls outshined boys.

According to FBISE spokesman, 35,860 regular students appeared in exams out of which 27,590 were declared successful. Besides, 10,830 private and ex-candidates also appeared in exams out of which 5,307 were declared successful.

The examination was held in April to June. Overall 70.46 per cent candidates obtained passing marks. Fiza Fatima of Army Public School and College, Multan stood at top position by seeking 1,034 marks in Pre-medical Group.

In the same group Sheza Malik of OPF College F-8/2 obtained 1,029 marks and stood second while Hafsah Ahmed of Islamabad Model College for Girls F-6/2 obtained 1,021 marks to bag the third position.

In Pre-engineering Group Nida Maryam of Punjab College F-8/4 Islamabad stood first by scoring 1,030 marks. Mohammad Ilyas Zafar of Bahria College E-8 Islamabad obtained 1,028 marks to be ranked second while Abdullah Ahmed of the same college stood third securing 1,021 marks.

In General Science Group Hafiz Ahmed Ali topped with 978 marks, Kinza Behram obtained 970 marks to stand second and Salma Kalsoom obtained 967 marks to rank third.

In Commerce Group Afshan Zahra, Amna Imtiaz and Altaf Khan stood first, second and third by obtaining 963, 913 and 910 marks, respectively.

In humanities Group Hafiz Asad Ullah Khan got first position by obtaining 919 marks, Jawairia Naseer, a private student, obtained 902 marks to rank second whereas Hafiz Ghulam Mujtaba with 898 marks remained third.

Fiza Fatima while talking to Dawn said that although power outages disturbed her a lot but still she managed to work hard and pass the exam in flying colours.

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