Students of Army Burn College creates history in O Level exams
Abbottabad: The aspirants of Army Burn Hall College created history by showing 100% passing ratio in 'O' level exam conducted by the Cambridge University where students obtained 77 A+ and A grades.
Muhammad Saad Tahir obtained 7A+ and one A out of total 8 grades. The exceptional result have also been shown in HSSC part-II examination (FSc) 2016 announced by federal board Islamabad where for the first time in the history of college, 106 students had obtained A+ and A whereas 51 students passed in B grade.
In those exams 91 aspirants secured 800 and above marks. In terms of divisions, 157 students have obtained first division. The passing percentage of pre-medical and science group remained at 100%.
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Sajawal Shareef stood first in the college by obtaining 996 marks, Muhammad Raffah Khan secured second position with 991 marks whereas Ubaidullah Frman Ali Clinched third position with 980 marks.
The students securing prominent positions have attributed their success to the prayers of their parents, the hard work of their teachers as well as the untiring efforts of the principal. The college principal Brig Mukhtar Muhammad has congratulated all the aspirants on producing such an exceptional result. The parents of the students have also appreciated the efforts of the college management as well as the faculty.