KU declares MA Islamic History  results

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The University of Karachi announced the results of a different MA program on Friday. The KU Controller of Examinations Dr Syed Zafar Hussain mentioned that 163 candidates were registered for the MA Islamic History (Final) External Annual Examination 2019-20 of which 148 students appeared in the papers and nine candidates were declared pass with the first division and 81 students managed to clear the exams with second division. The overall pass percentage was 60.81 percent.

According to the gazette issued, Muhammad Arshad son of Ahmad Bakhsh having seat number 614415 secured 656 marks out of a total 1000 marks and clinched overall first position.

Maida Zukaib daughter of Muhammad Zukaib having seat number 614471 bagged 633 marks and second position while Musarrat Altaf d/o Altaf Hussain having seat number 614476 received the third position with 627 marks.

The gazette shows that 176 candidates were registered for the MA Urdu (Final) External Annual Examination 2019-2020 of which 161 students appeared in the exams and 10 candidates cleared the papers with the first division and 29 students with the second division. The overall pass percentage was 24.22 percent.

It also shows that Asjad Nouman Qadri s/o Muhammad Nouman Khan having seat number 616758 clinched overall first position with 668 marks while Muhammad Abu Bakar s/o Muhammad Tayyab having seat number 616766 secured the second position with 663 marks and Najma d/o Muhammad Qassim got the third position with 599 marks.

As per the gazette, 202 candidates were registered for MA Islamic History (Previous) External Annual Examination 2019-2020 of which 174 students appeared in the exams and 58 candidates were declared pass.

The overall pass percentage was 33.33 percent.It further shows that 374 candidates were registered for the MA Urdu (Previous) External Annual Examination 2019-2020 of which 321 students appeared in the papers.

 

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