Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Peshawar announces SCC results

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Girls students shine once again by securing all the top three positions in the Secondary School Certificate (matric) exams conducted by Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Peshawar.

The results of the top students were announced at a simple but graceful ceremony held at BISEP office with Hamayat Ullah, Chairman Peshawar Text Book Board as the Chief Guest.

Ayesha Urooj, Sana Shahab and Maryam Hamid of the Science Group, all from Peshawar Model Girls High School, secured the over all top three positions by taking 1000, 998 and 995 marks respectively out of total marks of 1050.

Shahzadi Maryum of Iqra Huffaz Secondary School for Girls Peshawar got first position in the board in Arts Group by securing 914 marks, Javeria Inayat of Peshawar Model Girls High School-II got second position with 907 marks while the only student of government institute, Khushboo Inayat of Government Girls High School Mian Gujar, Pehsawar got third position by securing 906 marks. 

Mussawar Jan Durrani Controller of Examinations BISEP while announcing the results informed that total number of 61664 candidates that include 33994 male (regular), 15,602 female (regular), 9500 male (private) and 2568 female (private) appeared in the annual matriculation examination out of which 53412 students were passed while the percentage of the results stand 86.62 percent. 

Results of the top ten students of both science and Arts groups stand as Ayesha Urooz with 1000 marks first, Sana Shahab with 998 marks second, Maryum Hamid with 995 marks third, Mahnoor Raza with 994 marks fourth, Aimal Umer Sidiqui with 993 marks fith, Laila Noor with 992 marks sixth, Filza Syed, Humayun Khan and Saad Ali with 991 marks each shared 7th position, Maryum Khilji, Alvina Karam, Karishma Siraj and Afaq with 990 marks each shared eight position, four others as Memoona Masoud, Syed Owais Haseeb, Muhammad Ikram and Anas Rasool share 9th position by securing 988 marks each while Bushra Lareeb, Masoom Shah and Zafar Iqbal were on the 10th position by securing 987 marks. 

Talking to The Frontier Post the position holders students expressed pleasure over their success and termed it as an outcome of their hard work as well as the guideline of teachers and prayers and support of their parents. Ayesha Urooj, speaking about her success said she could not express her feelings in words. She said she was over joyed when she heard that she had secured 1000 marks just 50 marks less than the total marks to take the distinction. She accredited her success to parents and teachers adding “I am grateful to Almighty Allah for blessing me this happiest moment”. She asserted that she would serve the country by serving as Cardiologist in the medical field. 

Shahzadi Maryum the first position holder in Arts group by securing 914 marks while expressing her views on the moment said that it was blessing of Allah that she got first position the board. Shahzadi who is Hafiza Quran and student of Wifaqul Madaris intended that she would become as Islamic scholar and would serve for preaching of Islam and her focus group would be the Muslim youth, she added.

Javeera Inayat of Peshawar Model Girls High School-II Dalazak Road who got second position in Arts group expressed her pleasure and said that she would adopt teaching as profession in future while the only student belonging to government school of Mian Gujar Peshawar, Khushboo Inayat who got 3rd position in Art group by securing 906 marks said that she was intended to boost the economical condition of Pakistan as she would serve as an economist. 

Chief guest in his address congratulated the position holders and lamented over the absence of male students in the top positions. Hamayatullah advised the position holders to maintain their positions in the future and asked the male students for snatching top positions from the female students. 

The Frontier Post