Girls outshine boys in SSC Part-II exams Federal Board shows 99.96pc success rate

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Zubair Qureshi

The Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education has announced the annual matriculation examinations results on Monday, declaring 111,306 students had passed the exams.
The board results show 99.96 per cent success average.

Female candidates were hailed for clinching top slots in the 2021 SSC exams, in a ceremony held at the FBISE.

The results were announced at a ceremony held at the FBISE head office. Federal Secretary for Education & Professional Training Farah Hamid Khan was the Chief Guest at the result-announcing ceremony.

She congratulated the position holders and successful students for the success in SSC exams and urged them to continue to work hard and make their families and the country proud of them.
Farah Hamid Khan said last year was difficult for education sector due to COVID-19.

We were under immense pressure not to conduct exams, she said, adding however the exams would be held now from the next academic year.

According to the results declared by the FBISE girl students have outshined the boys.
Two girls Rabia Sarfaraz and Zoya Ahmad and a boy Mohammad Sarim Hussain have jointly achieved the first position by scoring 1,098 marks.

The second position is also jointly attained by Kainat Suleman, Zainab and Asma with 1,096 marks while Ashba Fatima came third after scoring 1,095 marks.

Likewise, Gulshan Fatima from the Humanities groups secured the first position by scoring 1,092 marks while Hafiza Tanzeela Sahar secured the second position by scoring 1,090 marks.
Similarly, Saleeha Nawaz came in third by securing 1,089 numbers.

On September 27, the FBISE had announced the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-II Annual Results 2021.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, FBISE took HSSC annual examination only in elective subjects while the results were prepared under the “Promotion Policy of Federal Government”.

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