By Haseeb Ahmed
LAHORE: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced result of the secondary school certificate (SSC) Annual Examinations 2019 declaring 163026 successful out of total 2,30,147 showing pass percentage of 71.75.
Danish Athar secured overall first position obtaining 1092/1100 marks and only with two marks gap, three students namely Anoosha Zakaria, Syed Hassan Abbas and M. Affan Amir secured second position by obtaining 1090 marks while two other students, Saba Iqbal and Saira Hayat secured third position obtaining 1089 marks.
Out of 1,55,959 (male-82541, female-73418) students who applied in science only 1,54,526 appeared in exam and 1,24,365 passed the examinations with 80.48% success rate. Twelve students (six males and six females) secured the top three positions. Among boys first position is secured by Danish Athar with 1092 marks, 2nd position is secured by two students, Syed Hassan Abbas and M. Affan Amir obtaining 1090 marks while third position is secured by three students namely M. Ghufran Baig, Ammar Nadeem and Hassan Akbar Goraya with 1087 marks.
On other hand first position in Science among girls was secured by Anoosha Zakariya obtaining 1090 marks while two girls managed to secure 2nd position Saba Iqbal and Saira Hayat and third position is secured by three students with 1088 marks, namely Kanwal Fatima, Eman Shafquat and Arhama Shahid.
Among students of humanities 74,188 applied, 72695 appeared in exam and 38661 managed to pass the examinations with only 53% success rate. Seven students managed to secure top three positions (four male-three female) in Humanities Group. Among boys first position secured by Usman Iftikhar with 988 marks while Mubashir Liaqat managed to grab second position with 982 marks and third position was jointly claimed by Wahab Yousaf and Muhammad Abbas obtaining 982 marks each. On other hand first position among girls in Humanities Group was secured by Sehrish Afzal obtaining 1042 marks while Malaika managed to secure second position with 1034 marks and third position was secured by Yasmeen Fozia with 1028 marks.