The students who clinched top positions in board examinations during the last two years, Friday expressed their resolve to change the fate of the people by taking revolutionary steps for the progress and prosperity of their homeland.
They expressed the resolve at a ceremony that was organised to mark the 27th annual prize distribution ceremony of Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) at the Prime Minister Secretariat. Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani was the chief guest on the occasion.
The students appeared enthusiastic enough saying they will perform even better in rest of their academic career and take revolutionary steps to put the country on road to success. As many as four gold medals and five silver medals were distributed among the students of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) for their impressive performance in examinations while 12 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 13 bronze medals were distributed among Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) students.
In order to encourage students, Prime Minister Gilani not only bestowed medals to the students, but also the cash awards of Rs50,000, Rs40,000 and Rs30,000 respectively amongst the first, second and third position holders and urged them to serve as role-models and lead by setting good examples.
The students of SSC in 2010, who got positions in science group included the names of Hareem Nisar (first), Nimra Sadiq (second position) and Manhnoor Amin (third). The position holders of SSC in humanitarian group included the names of Afshan Zahra (first), Ryehah Batool Shah (second) and Hafiz Ahmed Ali (third).
While in SSC 2011 Arooma Majid in Science Group secured top position, Ayesha and Naima Dawood shared second position, while the third position was shared by Nimra Babur and Sumbal Wajid.
The position holders of SSC 2011 examination in humanitarian group included the names of Saad Jan (first), Hajran (second) and Waqas Mahmood Abbasi (third).
Fatima Khalid from Pre-Engineering group in HSSC 2011 examination clinched top position while Amna Farooq got second position and Amna Arshad secured third position. Seema Kanwal from Humanitarian group in HSSC 2011 secured first position, Uzma Shaheen secured second position while the third position was shared by Mohammad Abdullah Mahmood and Misbah Zeb.
Position holders of HSSC 2011 in General Science Group included the names of Maria Hamdani (first), Umm-e-Laila Shigri (second) and Sundus Maria (third). While the position holders of humanities group included the names of Anab Sundus (first), Huma Khalid (second) and Nageen Abbas (third). The top position holders in Commerce group included the names of Saima Faiz (first), Syeda Bintul Huda Zaidi (Second position), Mohammad Mohsin Habib (third) and Fatima Batool (third).
Javeria Sohail secured first position in General Science Group of HSSC 2010 examination while Mohammad Ehtasham-ul-Haq secured second position and Michelle Mary Gomez secured third position. In Humanities Group of HSSC 2010 examination, Mohammad Aub secured first position, Mehwish Amjad secured second position and Hafiz Muhammad Umer secured third position. Mehr-un-Nisa Sammad secured first position in Commerce group, Atika Liaquat secured second position and Mehwish Ehsan bagged third position.
Position holders of HSSC Annual Examination 2010 in Pre-Engineering group included the names of Hina Tanvir (first), Wardah Ejaz (second), M Shahzaib Atif (third), Haider Naveed (third) and M. Awais Ehsan (third).
The first position in Pre-Medical group of HSSC examination 2010 was shared by three brilliant students named Sameen Shaukat, Tayyab Mahmood and Azka Zainab while second position was secured by Saba Zehra and Maimoona Ashraf.
Addressing the ceremony FBISE Chairperson Dr. Shaheen Khan said that federal board has ever maintained an efficient working environment and has played a leading role among the comity of boards. Since I have taken the charge of my office, my special focus has been on improving the overall system which includes upgradation of scheme of studies, capacity building of teachers, standardisation and evaluation techniques and of course the introduction of academic competitions, she said.The news.