Private Colleges clinch positions in BISE D I Khan HSSC examinations
DERA ISMAIL KHAN : The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Dera Ismail Khan, announced results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-I and Part-II annual examinations 2022, here on Tuesday.
The results were announced at a ceremony organized here in a local Marriage Hall wherein Commissioner Amir Afaq was the chief guest of the ceremony.
The ceremony was attended by Chairman BISE D I Khan Prof. Ehsan Ullah and Controller Examination Dr. Zafar Ullah Khan Marwat, Male and Female DEOs of D I Khan, Tank and South Waziristan besides a number of School heads, teachers and parents.
Controller Examination Dr. Zafar Ullah Khan, while announcing the names of position holders, informed that Zainab Anfal of Leeds School and College, D I Khan clinched first position by obtaining 1055 marks out of total 1100, Muhammad Owais of Iqra Science School and College, Paharpur bagged second position scoring 1053 marks while Ikram Ullah Khan of Shawn Model School and College got third position by obtaining 1044 marks.
Moreover, he informed that the pass ratio of HSSC Part-I remained at 53.2 and Part-II at 75.26, adding, a total of 13,650 students appeared in the HSSC Part-I examinations, out of which 7,264 remained successful. Similarly, a total of 14,465 students appeared in HSSC Part-II examinations, out of which 10,887 remained successful.
In Pre-Engineering group, first position was clinched by Muhammad Daniyal Munir Khattak of Leeds School and College, D I Khan, obtaining 1032 marks out of 1100, Wareesha Gul of the same Leeds School and College, D I Khan got 1027 marks and bagged at second position while Muhammad Umar Niazi of Iqra Science School, Paharpur and Eshah Saadat of Leeds School and College shared the third position slot by obtaining 1025 marks.
In humanities group, Zeeshan Haider of Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) Dhakki, D I Khan secured first position scoring 983 marks, Rajab Ali of Government Higher Secondary School (GHSS) No. 1, Paharpur got second position by obtaining 930 marks while a private student from District Tank Sumbal Nasir bagged third position by obtaining 925 marks.
Addressing the ceremony, Commissioner Amir Afaq and Chairman Prof. Ehsan Ullah said teachers had a very important role in establishing a literate society and all should have to extend a due respect to them.
The commissioner said the provincial government was taking serious steps for betterment in the education department.
He said still there was room for betterment in the results of public schools and colleges.