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BISE Lahore Intermediate Result 2013
« on: September 24, 2013, 03:30:50 PM »
BISE Lahore Intermediate Result 2013
Lahore, Sept 23: Autonomous educational institutions clinched top positions in the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education annual examination 2013, announced by the BISE chairman here on Sunday.
The overall first position went to Government College University's pre-engineering student Asad Mumtaz (Roll No 529696) who secured 1,047 marks out of 1,100. The second position was shared by the same institution's Hafiz Usama Tanveer (Roll No 530887) and Government Kinnaird College for Women's Khadija Nadeem (Roll No 50138). They scored 1,038 each.
The third position was shared by Kinnaird College's Hadia Tahir (Roll No 505038) and Punjab College for Women's (Muslim Town) Ayesha Sikandar Baig (Roll No 50539) as they got 1,037 marks each.

Asad, a resident of Kot Lakhpat area who had done O-Level and later switched to Pakistani examination system, said his parents wished that any of their offspring should bring honours to the family by securing a position in exams. He said he had done his best to materialise the dreams of his parents who were joyous over his success. However, their celebrations were dampened by the Peshawar blasts.

Hafiz Usama was expecting that he would get some position as he had worked very hard. And he did it.

Khadija Nadeem had 'tradition' of getting positions since primary school. So a ray of hope had been beaming in her heart all the time since she appeared in the intermediate exams.

Both Hadia and Ayesha said they were not expecting to get honours. To be honest, said Hadia, she had calculated to bag around 1,020 marks. Not hoping to get any position, she did not bother to watch the Board authorities' press conference on TV. She was visiting a classmate when she received a call from her father giving her the news of her life.

Ayesha used to underestimate her talent when she would see others (class-fellows) working even harder.

In the Pre-Medical (Girls) Group, the first position went to Khadija Nadeem, the second was shared by Hadia Tahir and Ayesha Sikandar Baig, while the third was clinched by Sania Ashfaq (Roll No 500209) of the Punjab College for Girls, Kasur, with 1,035 marks.

The first position among boys in the Pre-Medical Group was secured by Muhammad Ali Aziz (Roll No 513984) with 1,034 marks and second by Ahmed Ali Aziz (Roll No 513877) with 1,026 marks. Saad Ali Zanjani (Roll No 513858) bagged third position with 1,025 marks. All of them were students of the GCU.

In the Pre-Engineering group (Girls) Iqra Javed (Roll No 522042) of the Punjab College for Women (Muslim Town) stood first with 1,033 marks, Ateequa Yaqoob (Roll No 521732) of the Kinnaird College bagged second slot with 1,030 marks and Mahnoor Dar of the Punjab College for Girls, Kasur (Roll No 520061) stood third with 1,027 marks.

In the Pre-Engineering group (Boys), Asad Mumtaz stood first, Hafiz Usama Tanveer second and Junaid Ali (Roll No 530631) of the GCU third with 1,028 marks.

Among girls in General Science Group, Maira Nadeem (Roll No 548002) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) secured first position with 989 marks, Armish Ashraf (Roll No 547889) of the Kinnaird College second with 982 marks and Maria Ahmad (Roll No 548699) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) third with 969 marks.

In General Science Group (Boys), the first position went to Talaul Badar (Roll No 556625) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) with 988 marks, Umer Shahid of the same college (Roll No 555684) stood second with 972 marks and Adnan Ali Syed of the GCU (Roll No 555145) got 960 marks to lay claim to the third slot.

In the Humanities Group (Girls), Aneeqa Aftab (Roll No 624459) of the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU) bagged first position with 968 marks, Aroosa Adrees (Roll No 636863), a private candidate, stood second with 962 marks and Amina Ishaq (Roll No 619289) of the Minhajul Quran Degree College for Women (Township) third with 957 marks.

Among boys in the Humanities Group, Muhammad Hassan (Roll No 652110), a private candidate, clinched first position with 939 marks, Hafiz Muhammad Usman-i-Ghani (Roll No 660520) of the Unique College of Computer Science (Muslim Town) second with 935 marks and Asif Hussain of the GCU (Roll No 658822) third with 928 marks.

In Commerce Group (Girls), Iram Fayyaz (Roll No 569286), a private candidate, secured first position with 1,007 marks, Shazia Rafiq (Roll No 564746) of the Punjab College (Muslim Town) second with 972 marks, while the third position was shared by two private candidates – Maria Ali Ahmed (Roll No 569418) and Aqsa Azeem (Roll No 569045) who scored 967 marks each.

In Commerce Group (Boys), Muhammad Hassan Shahbaz (Roll No 585768) of the Punjab College of Commerce (Muslim Town) got first position with 980 marks, the second slot went to Syed Muhammad Asghar Ali (Roll No 584633) of the same college with 971 marks and third to Muhammad Naeem (Roll No 577040) of the Shahkot College of Commerce, Nankana Sahib, with 970 marks. Dawn
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