Result of FBISE Matric 2017 announced


ISLAMABAD, June 21 (APP): Girls bagged top positions in the

Science group as the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary

Education (FBISE) Wednesday announced the result of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-II Examination 2017.

In the Science group, Qandeel Khurshid of Islamabad Model

College for Girls, I-10/4 Islamabad and Shehzeen Tariq of

Connoisseur Grammar School System, Queen Road, Sargodha shared

the first position with 1034 marks, while the second position was

jointly clinched by Momina Bashir of Army Public School for Girls,

Tufail Road, Lahore and Wajeeha Irfan of Army Public School and

College, Hamayun Road, Rawalpindi Cantt securing 1032 marks.

Similarly, the third position was shared by three students

– Mohammad Maheer Mubashir of Iqra Grammer School, Sargodha,

Zahra Nawaz of The Educators High School, Peshawar Road, Rawalpindi,

and Isbah Iftikhar of Hamza Army Public Schools, Stadium Road,

Rawalpindi with 1031 marks.

In the Humanities group, the first position was secured by

Muhammad Awais Afzal of Askria College Rawalpindi with 980 marks,

while the second position was grabbed by Muhammad Sudais of

Institute of Islamic Sciences, Satra Meel, Islamabad with 958


The third position was clinched by Zahra Jabeen from Pakistan

International School, Tal Al-Deen Al-Makki Azizyah, Jeddah, Saudi

Arabia with 951 marks.

Some 85,140 students, both regular and private, had appeared

in the examination, out of them 70,969 students passed at the

ratio of 83.36 percent.

Addressing a ceremony held in connection with announcement of

the results here, Minister of State for Federal Education Engr Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman said the youth were a national asset.

He said it was appreciable that the FBISE was adopting

exam strategies to make students opt for conceptual study. The

FBISE student facilitation system had been upgraded with modern technologies, he added.

The minister said the national curriculum was being modernized

with the consultation of provinces. Curricula for class 1 to 5 had

been upgraded according to international standards, he added.

He said the position holders would be given awards either

by the prime minister or the president, besides laptops, at a

special ceremony to be held for the purpose.

Baligh congratulated the position holders and other successful

students, their parents and teachers. He advised the students, who

could not pass the examination, to work hard for their bright future.

Earlier, FBISE Chairman Dr Ikram congratulated the successful

students and their parents.