Girls continue their reign in board exams
Karachi, July 20: The Controller of Examinations, Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK), Kalim Asghar Kirmani announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II (Class X), Science Group, annual examination 2010 here on Monday.
The female candidates clinched all top three positions while first and third position was bagged by PECHS, Girls School. According to the official database released by BSEK, 121,559 candidates registered and 120,953 students appeared in the examinations.
Furthermore, the gazette shows that 10,524 students obtained A-1 grade, 21,862 candidates secured A grade while 25,965 students received B grade in the exams. Moreover, 18,178 candidates passed with C grade and 5,120 and 95 students have managed D and E grade respectively. The pass percentage of the exams was 67.78 per cent.
Kirmani told local media that 237 candidates were also declare pass in additional subjects. The statistics shows that at least 68, 359 male candidates registered while 68, 005 appeared in the exams. It further shows that 3, 951 candidates bagged A-1 grade and 10, 599 students had A grade. As many as 14, 563 candidates obtain B grade while 11, 937 students received C grade. As per gazette, 4, 105 and 82 candidates had D and E grade respectively whereas 166 students pass their exams without any grade.
On the other hand, 53, 200 female candidates registered for the examinations and 52, 948 appeared in the papers. Meanwhile, 6, 573 female students’ bagged A-1 grade and 11, 263 students obtained A grade. The result also shows that 11, 402 candidates had B grade while 6, 241 students received C grade whereas 1, 015 and 13 female candidates were declare passed in D and E grade respectively. Moreover, 71 students pass their exams without any grade.
Javeria Nizamuddin, daughter of Nizamuddin Kukda, a student of PECHS, Girls School, clinched first position with 795 marks out of total 850 marks.
According to her, she did not take any tuition for the preparation of the exams. Javeria said that she is interested in medical field. “I think terrorism is the biggest threat faced by the nation right now,” she added.
Farhat ul Ain, daughter of Naeem Akhtar, and student of Naveed Girls Secondary School, Sindhi Hotel, Liaquatabad, bagged second position and secured 791 marks.
She said that class differences do not matter but the standard of education does. It was a misconception that only well-known schools have the ability to get positions in the exams. Farhat expressed her interest in Biotechnology Engineering.
Hafsa Sohail, daughter of Sohail Alam Altaf, another student of PECHS, Girls School, was third with a difference of one mark only. She got 790 marks.
Hafsa has said that she still feels proud despite that she was third due to the difference of one number only. “It is an honour for me and family and I have no regrets on the result,” she added.
The Chairman, BSEK, Anzar Hussain Zaidi said that the result shows that only those examination centres where no incident of unfair means cases (UMC) occured managed to clinch positions. It would boost the moral of the students and encourage them to study hard and avoid using unfair means during the exams, he added.
The mark sheet would be sent to schools within 15 days. The marks statements of the regular and former candidates will be issued to the authorised representatives of the schools/institutions from the Board, Kirmani said.