Private school’s students shine in BISE Malakand Board SSC Result 2014


    Malakand, The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education BISE Malakand Board has announced the Matric Annual Exams Result 2014. According to declared result top ten positions have been taken by students of private institutions. The ceremony was organized at the auditorium hall of the board and presided over by chairman Fazal rabi. The detailed result is availabe online at the following link.
     
     
    The first position went to Mr. Abdul Wahab of Alfalah Public High School Sadiqabad Bajaur agency with 1016 marks. The second position has been taken by Ms Atia Fida of Zafar Iqbal Shaheed Army Public school Dargai Malakand by securing 1010 marks out of 1100 while third position has been shared by two candidates, Gulalai of Malakand Public School Dargai and Ms Sara Mishi Khan of Oxford Education Academy Batkhela with 1001 marks each.
     
    As many as 71540 students participated in the exams and 54061 of them successful pass the exams with pass percentage of 75.56 percent.
     
    In 9th class, as many as 37384 candidates appeared and 26791 of them passed and the result by making pass percentage of 71.66 percent.
     
    In 10th class, a total of 34156 candidates appeared and 27270 of them passed with 79.84 pass percentage.
     
    In science group, First position clinched by Mr abdul Wahab, second went to Atia fida and Gulalai and Sara Mishi Khan got third position. 
     
    In humanities group, First place taken by Ms Bushra Bibi of government girls’ high school Badam Baghecha Malakand with 874 marks. Shehzad Ahmad of Talash Dir Lower took second position and by securing 859 marks. Ms Noor Kianat of government girls’ high school Khar Batkhela got 848 marks and stood third.
     
    The chairman Fazal Rabi, controller Mushtaq Ahmad and secretary board Dr Tariq Mehmood distributed medals and certificates to position holders and congratulated the toppers of the board. 
     
     
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    • farman ullah 14 / Jun / 2017

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