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September 19, 2016

Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Saturday announced the result of Intermediate Annual Examinations, 2016

  webmaster       September 19, 2016
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE), Lahore, on Saturday announced the result of Intermediate Annual Examinations, 2016, according to which the overall pass percentage remained 60.85 percent.

A total of 149,276 candidates appeared in the exam and 90,827 of them passed the exam.

The board organised a prize-distribution ceremony for the position holder students on Saturday.

Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan was the chief guest on the occasion while BISE Lahore Chairman Ch Muhammad Ismail, position holder students, their parents and teachers also attended the event.

The overall top position holder Ubaidullah Muhammad Naeem of Punjab College of Science was awarded a gold medal, a laptop and Rs 20,000 while those bagging second and third positions were awarded silver and bronze medals and cash prizes of Rs 15,000 and Rs 10,000 respectively. The teachers of the high achievers were also awarded gold medals.

Addressing the ceremony, Rana Mashhood said no nation could achieve progress and prosperity without education. He said 70,000 new schoolteachers would be recruited while 36,000 additional classrooms would be constructed in public sector schools across the province. He said Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif promoted the culture of merit and he was also introducing revolutionary reforms in the education sector. BISE Chairman Ch Muhammad Ismail said it was after five years that the RL-free result (result later on) was announced.

According to the media invitation extended by the BISE Lahore, MNA Hamza Shahbaz was expected to be the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony.  Maximum positions in the Lahore Board’s Intermediate Exam, 2016, were grabbed by the students of Punjab Group of Colleges.

According to a press release, the students from the Government College University (GCU) who grabbed six positions and Arifa Khan Medal showered accolades on their 152-year-old alma mater, saying that GCU just did not turn its students into bookworms rather it catered to their overall grooming especially to their personality development through co-curricular activities and sports so as to transform them into well-rounded individuals.
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