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Only 37.6% pass in PU BA/BSc exam 2016

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LAHORE: (August 28, 2016) University of the Punjab has declared the result of BA/BSc annual examination 2016 showing the pass percentage at 37.6.

Over 118,000 students across Punjab appeared in the annual exam while 37.6% of them were declared successful.position holders 2016

The examination was conducted by the Punjab University during April 07 to April 30 this year.

Punjab Group of Colleges students have grabbed first three positions, while girls grabbed five top position out of six in in arts and science groups.

In BSc Huma Butt, a student of Punjab College for Women, Civil Lines, Gujranwala clinched the first position by scoring 702 marks out of 800 while Zara Nasir from Punjab College for Science in Faisalabad snatched second rank with 699 marks.
Punjab College, Hafizabad’s Maryam Saba bagged third position with 697 marks.

Meanwhile, in BA Mansoor Ali bagged first position with 665 marks, Faryal Shahbaz second with marks 660 and Atiqa Bashir with 655 marks.
Punjab University Spokesman Khurram Shahzad said that the prize distribution ceremony will be held on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at 9:30am at Al-Raazi Hall.

The candidates can confirm their result by visiting Punjab University official website.



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