Girls excel in Bannu board SSC exam

Published August 17, 2022
Position holders with education board officials during a ceremony in Bannu on Tuesday. — Dawn
Position holders with education board officials during a ceremony in Bannu on Tuesday. — Dawn

LAKKI MARWAT: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bannu, announced the results of secondary school certificate (SSC) annual examinationsat a ceremony on Tuesday.

The board chairman Arshad Ali Khalil, controller of examinations Dr Faiq Jan, Lakki Marwat district education officer Zahoor Khan, heads of educational institutions, position-holder students and their parents were present on the occasion.

Announcing the results, Dr Faiq Jan said that a total of 26,824 students appeared in the matriculation examinations of which 24,955 were declared successful with the pass percentage of 93.

In the science group, Maria Zeb, a student of Government Girls Centennial Model High School, Bannu, stood first by securing 1,081 marks out of total 1,100.

Mubashir Ayaz Khan of Bannu Model School and College, and Hazrat Azam of Sadiq School and College, Mirali (North Waziristan), obtained second and third positions by securing 1,080 and 1,079 marks, respectively.

In the humanities group, the girl students outclassed boys in the SSC examinations.

Aqsa Gul, a student of Government Girls High School Bahadar Mughelkhel, Bannu, got first position by securing 967 marks, followed by Amina, a student of Government Girls Higher Secondary School (GGHSS) Dheri Syedaan Mamashkhel, Bannu, who grabbed second position by obtaining 964 marks.

Aasia Bibi, a student of GGHSS Dheri Syedaan Mamashkhel and Laiba of Government Girls Centennial Model High School, Lakki Marwat, shared the third position. They obtained 956 marks each.

Published in Dawn, August 17th, 2022

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