Students of Pakistani schools in Qatar have achieved high marks in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Part-II Examination 2012.
The results of the examination held in May/June were recently released by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad.
Pakistan Education Centre Doha scored a pass percentage of 93. Of a total of 139 students, who appeared in the HSSC-II annual exam, 129 passed.
The school’s topper is Wafa of the girl’s wing who scored 979 marks out of 1,100, followed by Anum Mansoor securing 953 marks, Haleema Sadia (872). In the boy’s wing, Syed Abdul Razaq Hashmi top scored with 848 marks, Aqeeb Yahya (835) and Khalifa (817).
Also, students of Pak Shamaa School and College recorded very good results in the examination with Ameena Nasir scoring 751 followed by Fatima Bibi (723), Fatima Ashraf (680), Salma Javed (676), Saba Asim (672) and Usra Ali (688).
The principal of both schools , PEC’s Nargis Raza Otho and Pak Shamaa’s Nabila Kaukab congratulated the students, teachers and parents on the great achievement.