This Monday, Federal Board announced the highly anticipated results of Intermediate examinations. Out of the 60,000 candidates who appeared in Part-II, 46,000 candidates qualified the exam. The passing ratio this year remained at 77.41% which seems to have improved as compared to the last year.
Punjab Group of College (PGC) students, keeping the tradition alive, were able to clinch the top positions once again. Medical is considered a territory of girls and yet again they have proven it to be true.
Overall 1st Position is shared by three students of Punjab Group of Colleges. Overall, 2nd position is also bagged by the PGC student.
In the Pre-Medical Group, students of the Punjab Group of Colleges stood out by securing 1058 out of total 1100 marks, as the first position is shared among its three students namely Hammad Saleem, Masooma Zainab Bokhari and Momina Maham. The second position with 1057 marks has been secured by Muhammad Moiz Mubashir who too is one of the students of Punjab Group of Colleges.
In addition to that, first three positions in the Commerce Group too have been clinched by the Punjab Group of Colleges. Two girls and a boy namely Bisma Anwar, Mehran Habib and Aliza Shahid who secured 980, 959 and 953 marks respectively stood out in this regard. In total, 12 positions have been secured by the PGC students. Interestingly, to the competition, this time it has been so fierce and up close that a single position is shared among various students.
Here is a closer look at position holders from Punjab Group of Colleges.
- Hammad Saleem (Roll# 505999) notched Overall 1st Position and also, he stood 1st in Pre-Medical Group (Marks: 1058/1100)
- Masooma Zainab Bokhari (Roll# 565954) achieved Overall 1st Position and also, nailed 1st Position in Pre-Medical Group (Marks: 1058/1100)
- Momina Maham (Roll# 565955) accomplished Overall 1st Position and bagged 1st Position in Pre-Medical Group (Marks: 1058/1100)
- Muhammad Moiz Mubashir (Roll# 506000) clinched Overall 2nd Position and achieved 2nd Position in Pre-Medical (Marks: 1057/1100)
- Rabbia Sajjad (Roll# 583525) notched 2nd Position in Science General (Marks: 991/1100)
- Bisma Anwar (Roll# 590268) bagged 1st Position in Commerce Group (Marks: 980/1100)
- Mehran Habib (Roll# 543818) secured 2nd Position in Commerce Group (Marks: 959/1100)
- Aliza Shahid (Roll# 590852) nailed 3rd Position in Commerce Group (Marks: 953/1100)
The intermediate examinations are of immense importance for the Pakistani students as the performance in these exams play an important role in getting admission at medical, engineering and art institutes of Pakistan. Punjab Group of Colleges with more than three decades of educational service knows how to train, educate and excite the students for these important and crucial exams.
PGC accomplished 9 top positions last year and in 2018, the number is incredibly increased to 12 positions. Punjab Group of College has broken its previous records as its shining stars secured 4 Overall Top Positions out of 12 and made the institute outclass the other one.
The epic results of Punjab Group of Colleges prove that it’s delivering ideal education to every individual out there. The results are incredible and also serve as a stepping stone for the students who yearn to get admission in well renowned medical and engineering institutes.
Pakistan has the highest number of out of school children in the world. The severity of the challenge can be determined from the fact the newly elected Prime Minister of Pakistan in his maiden address to the Nation not only emphasized on bringing back children to school but mentioned the word education and the related terms more than 50 times in his address.
It goes without saying that the destiny of the Nation cannot be changed without changing the fate of its children and education undoubtedly is the only way to go about that. The institutions like Punjab Group of Colleges are already on its way for addressing this highly neglected sector and on a mission to cope up with the education emergency by providing quality education which is evident from the recently announced results of the Federal Board.
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