FBISE SSC Part-ll 2020 Result: 11 students share third position

Complete SSC exams could not be conducted this year due to the pandemic. Thus, the results were prepared under the ‘Promotion Policy of Federal Government’.

On Monday, the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) announced the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II Annual Exams 2020 result under the promotion policy formulated in the wake of the novel coronavirus by the federal government.

Complete SSC exams could not be conducted this year due to the pandemic. Thus, the results were prepared under the ‘Promotion Policy of Federal Government’. These results were announced in a ceremony held at FBISE. The Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Education and Professional Training Wajiha Akram, Chairman FBISE Rao Atiq Ahmad, position holder students, parents, and teachers attended the ceremony.

The compiled results of a total of 93,304 regular, private, and ex-candidates indicated that 85,151 students (91.26%) passed the exam, while 1056 candidates failed the exam. The results also showed that females were dominant in clinching the top slots.

Khunsha Nisha Yaqoob Malik from Islamabad College for Girls, F-6/2 Islamabad and Menahil Iman from Army Public School and College for Girls Range Road Westridge-III Rawalpindi Cantt shared the first position in the Science Group with 1097 marks. Faheem Abbas from Garrison Cadet College Kohat and Zartasha Abbasi from Garrison academy Kharian Cantt secured the second position with 1096 marks.

The eleven students who shared the third position with 1095 marks are as follows:

  1. Qayyum Ahmad from Garrison Boys School Tufail Road Lahore Cantt,
  2. Muhammad Usman Farooq from Army Public School and College Boys Ordinance Road Rawalpindi,
  3. Abdulah Shahid from HITEC School and College for Boys Taxila Cantt,
  4. Ubaid Khan from Garrison Cadet College Kohat,
  5. Jalal Khan from Cadet College Wana South Waziristan Agency,
  6. Ifraa Anjum from Army Public School and College for Girls Humayun Road Rawalpindi Cantt,
  7. Masabeh Minhas from DHA Senior School for Girls DHA Lahore Cantt,
  8. Ayesha Haral from Army Public School Mahfooz Shaheed Garrison Lahore Cantt,
  9. Khadija Tul Zahra Garrison Academy for Girls Sarfraz Rafiqui Road Lahore Cantt,
  10. Zainab Naqib from HITEC School and College for Girls Taxila Cantt
  11. Hoorain Kishwar from Army Public School and College for Girls the Mall Peshawar Cantt.

Ayesha Ali from DHA Senior School for Girls DHA Lahore Cantt secured the Humanities Group\\’s first position. In contrast, Muhammad Haris Muavia from the Institute of Islamic Sciences Satra Meel Islamabad clinched the second position. Zakaria Basharat from the Institute of Islamic Sciences Satra Meel Islamabad took the third position in the Humanities Group.

The Parliamentary Secretary, Wajiha Akram, addressed the crowd at the ceremony and said that the schools\\’ opening, conduction of exams, and the announcement of the results were major challenges for the government caused by the pandemic. She congratulated the students, parents, and teachers for attaining such a significant milestone in the SSC exams despite the country\\’s adverse situation. She praised the students for their hard work and wished them the best of luck for their future.

Wajiha further lauded the Madrassah students for achieving top positions in the SSC exams and said: These students could get a professional education in the future. A new curriculum will be introduced to the students next year.

Chairman FBISE Rao Atiq Ahmad delivered the welcoming address in the ceremony. He said:

The result was available on the FBISE website. This result was also conveyed to all the candidates through SMS. The result cards of the students shall be dispatched to them at their addresses or their respective institutions.

Rao Atiq further revealed how the current result was devised. The result was compiled by awarding 10th class students the marks they had been awarded in the 9th class. This result was divided between the student\\’s performance and exams. Thirty percent of extra marks were also given to every student.

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