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Result of FA / FSc HSSC-2 (Higher Secondary School Certificate Part 2; Intermediate; Class 12th / XII) Annual Examination 2012 - Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education BISE Lahore Board, Punjab. Announced on September 08, 2012

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Result of FA / FSc HSSC-2 (Higher Secondary School Certificate Part 2; Intermediate; Class 12th / XII) Annual Examination 2012 - Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education BISE Lahore Board, Punjab. Announced on September 08, 2012.

 

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Girls outshine boys in Intermediate exam Most toppers from private sector colleges

LAHORE- Girls outperformed boys in the Intermediate Annual Examination 2012 of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore, bagging all the three top positions.

The result of high achievers also exposes performance of public sector colleges as most of the toppers are from private sector i.e., the Punjab Group of Colleges.

Amina Riaz (Roll No 522178) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, secured 1029 marks and clinched overall first position in the Intermediate Annual Examination 2012. The overall second position was shared by two students Muhammad Umer (Roll No 529481) of Government College University (GCU) Lahore and Zabreen Tahir (Roll No 502920) of Kinnaird College for Women as they both secured 1028 marks each.

The overall third position was clinched by Fatima Khurshid (Roll No 522181) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, with 1027 marks.

BISE Chairman Nasrullah Virk announced the names of position holders at a press conference held on Friday. He was flanked by BISE Controller of Examinations Anwar Farooq and BISE Secretary Javed Muzaffar Iqbal Chisti.

Nasrullah said the result of Intermediate Annual Examination 2012 would be announced on Saturday (today) claiming it would be free of Result Later (RL) cases.

In the Pre-Medical Group (Girls) the first position was bagged by Zabreen Tahir with 1028 marks, second by Maryam Tahir (Roll No 506959) of Unique Higher Secondary School for Girls, Muslim Town with 1024 marks while the third position was shared by two students Sarah Arif (Roll No 502885) of Kinnaird College and Aimen Anwar (Roll No 506489) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, securing 1021 marks each.

In the Pre-Medical Group (Boys) the first position was clinched by Zamad Gillani (Roll No 513860) of GCU Lahore with 1025 marks, Ahmar Saleem (Roll No 514968) of Punjab College of Science, Ferozepur Road second with 1017 marks and Awais Raza (Roll No 513858) of GCU Lahore third with 1016 marks.

In the Pre-Engineering Group (Girls) Amina Riaz bagged first position with 1029 marks, Fatima Khurshid second with 1027 marks and Afeerah Javed Khan (Roll No 521033) of Kinnaird College third with 1023 marks. In the Pre-Engineering Group (Boys) Muhammad Umer bagged first position with 1028 marks, Najam Tariq (Roll No 529519) of GCU Lahore second with 1026 marks and Mughees Ahmad Hashmi (Roll No 534302) of Punjab College of Science, Ferozepur Road, third with 1022 marks.

In General Science Group (Girls), Komal Siddiqui (Roll No 541778) of Kinnaird College for Women clinched first position with 988 marks, second was Fatima Qamar (Roll No 541708) of the same college with 974 marks and third Janeeta Raj (Roll No 543973) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town with 971 marks. All the three positions in General Science Group (Boys) were bagged by students of GCU Lahore. Muhammad Aamir Eyyaz (Roll No 549159) got first position with 961 marks, Naeem ur Rehman (Roll No 549201) second with 954 marks and Rizwan Liaqat (Roll No 549195) third with 946 marks.

In Commerce Group (Girls) Afreen Malik (Roll No 558702) of Punjab College for Women, Muslim Town, bagged first position with 964 marks, second was Khalida Muzaffar (Roll No 558799) of the same college with 960 marks and a private student from Lahore, Mahnoor Fawad (Roll No 560590) clinched third position with 956 marks.

In Commerce Group (Boys) all the three positions were bagged by students of Punjab College of Commerce, Muslim Town. They are Zohaib Siddiqui (Roll No 576174) first position with 986 marks, Haris Farooq (Roll No 576142) second with 966 marks and Syed Jabbar Hussain Shah (Roll No 576201) third with 965 marks.

In the Humanities Group (Girls), the first position was clinched by Ammara Yousuf (Roll No 607164) of Govt College for Women, Warburton, Nankana with 951 marks, Atifa Mansoor of the same college (Roll No 607180) second with 944 marks and Hafiza Tayyaba Javaid (Roll No 617783) of Iqra Huffaz Girls Higher Secondary School, New Garden Town, third with 940 marks.

In the Humanities Group (Boys) Waleed Khalid (Roll No 677929), a private candidate from Lahore, clinched first position with 908 marks, Muhammad Abu Bakar Ajeeb (Roll No 671040), a private candidate from Kasur, second with 907 marks and Muhammad Ahmed Shafqat (Roll No 657352) of Govt Higher Secondary School, Okara, third with 899 marks.

According to press release, GCU Lahore Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Khaleequr Rahman has congratulated Ravians on securing as many as eight positions in the Intermediate Annual Examinations 2012, saying that studentsí achievements have brought glory to their alma mater. He attributed the tremendous achievement of the GCU students to their hard work and talent through which they have managed to uphold the GCUís tradition of excellence.

 

 

View Result of FA / FSc HSSC-2 (Higher Secondary School Certificate Part 2; Class 12th / XII) Annual Examination 2012 of all Boards of Punjab Announced on September 08, 2012: Bahawalpur Board, D.G. Khan Board, Faisalabad Board, Gujranwala Board, Lahore Board, Multan Board, Rawalpindi Board, and Sargodha Board

 

About Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education BISE Lahore

1. ESTABLISHMENT

Since the emergence of Pakistan on the map of the world, the examinations pertaining to the Matriculation and Intermediate level were conducted under the aegis of University of the Punjab. However, through the promulgation of the Punjab University Act (Amendment) Ordinance 1954, the Board of Secondary Education, Punjab was established in the province which took from the said University control of examinations of Secondary, Intermediate and Pakistani & Classical Languages. The first-ever examination for these stages was conducted in the year 1955.

2. JURISDICTION

(i) At the time of its inception in 1954, the Board inherited vast territorial jurisdictions for conducting examinations in the provinces of Punjab, Baluchistan, Azad Kashmir and Northern Areas. To accommodate overseas candidates, the Board also constituted examination centres at Kuwait and Nairobi (Kenya).

(ii) Current jurisdiction of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Lahore has been confined to the districts of Lahore, Kasur, Okara, Sheikhupura and Nankana Sahib.

3. NEW BOARDS
Owing to tremendous increase in the candidature, two more Boards were established at Multan and Sargodha under West Pakistan Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (Multan & Sargodha) Ordinance No.XVII of 1968. As a result of further bifurcation, Boards were also established at Rawalpindi and Gujranwala. The re-construction of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Lahore has been done through the Punjab Boards of Intermediate & Secondary Education Act 1976 (lately amended by Punjab Ordinance No.XLVII), and presently in the administrative setup of the province, eight Boards are functioning at division level.

4. ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF THE BOARD

The Chairman exercises control over the office of the Board as its principal executive and academic officer and also presides over the meetings of the Board. He is also assisted by two officers of the Board, namely the Secretary and the Controller of Examinations, in administrative matters as well as those related to examinations.

5. VISION STATEMENT

To promote the cause of education through conducting examinations in an extremely fair, unbiased, transparent & judicious environment so that our educated nationals may be able to contribute meaningfully in the competitive world.

6. CONSTITUTION OF THE BOARD

According to Clause 5 of the Act, the Governing Body controlling the whole affairs of the office is called the 'Board' which consists of the following members:

(i) The Chairman

(ii) The Vice-Chancellor of the University, or a University Professor nominated by him;

(iii) All Executive District Officers (Education) related to the area within the jurisdiction of the Board; 

(iv) The Director of Technical Education, Punjab, Lahore or his nominee;

(v) One representative each of the Finance and Education Departments not below the rank of a Deputy Secretary;

(vi) One Principal of a Degree College situated within the jurisdiction of the Board to be nominated by the Controlling Authority;

(vii) One Principal of an Intermediate College situated within the jurisdiction of the Board to be nominated by the Controlling Authority;

(viii) Two Headmasters and one Headmistress of Schools situated within the jurisdiction of the Board to be nominated by the Controlling Authority; and

(ix) Two persons nominated by the Controlling Authority from amongst scholars and retired educationists.


 

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