|Posted on July 2, 2013 at 10:27 AM|
STUDENTS of Pakistan Urdu School achieved 100 per cent pass rate in their secondary school exams.
The exams were conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan.
A total of 137 sat the exams, and girls achieved 100pc pass rate in science and 83pc in art, while boys got 94pc in science and 77pc in art. Ain-ul-Yaqeen Munir Malik scored highest marks for the year.
Other high-achieving students were Aysha Amran Samad, Zainab Noureen Mujahid, Ebrahim Mohammad Shabbir, Jawad Inayat Mohammed, Zohaib Afzal Mohammad Afzal, Maryam Siddiqa, Rabia Iftikhar, Rimsha Javed, Fatima Abbas, Hassan Asif, Kashif Mehmood and Mohammed Tayyab.
School principal Shaista Akhtar was pleased with the results and vice-principal Syed Khalid Bukhari congratulated students, staff members and parents for their efforts.
Source: Gulf Daily News
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