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Annual results of SSC Part 2 Science Group 2018 announced

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Annual results of SSC Part 2 Science Group 2018 announced
« on: August 13, 2018, 11:30:00 AM »
Annual results of SSC Part 2 Science Group 2018 announced
KARACHI:August 13:Annual results of the SSC Part 2 Science Group 2018 have been announced. As many as 157,045 candidates appeared in the examinations, of whom 63% were declared successful. Of those who passed the exams, 87,373 were male, while 71,681 were female. As many as 16.8% secured A+ grades, 18.7% secured A grade, 13.52% secured B grade, 10.31% secured C grade, 3.71% secured D grade and 0.04% secured E grade. Government schools failed to secure decent position in the examinations and the percentage of successful candidates decreased this year from 72% to 63%.
Fariya Asif, a student of Karachi Public School in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Block 6 secured first position with 799 marks. Amna Iqbal of Happy Palace Grammar School F.B. Area Block 10 secured the second place with 797 marks while Muhammad Junaid Ahmed of Nasira Secondary School, Malir Campus stood third with 795 marks. An award distribution ceremony was organised at Homeopathic College. Chairpersons of all the education boards across Sindh attended the ceremony for the first time.
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Asif dedicated her success to her parents and teachers. She added that she had dedicated a lot of time to study and distanced herself from other activities. She also said that hard work always bears fruit. Asif shared that she wanted to be a chartered accountant just like many in her family.
Iqbal said she was ecstatic when her name was announced in front of everyone. She said she had worked very hard in grade 9, but didn’t get any position. She had vowed to secure herself a position in the top three this year. She added that the reason female candidates were more successful was because they worked harder as compared to the boys who were always engaged in other activities. She said there was a difference of 2 points between the first and second position and pledged to work even harder next time.
Ahmed said that he plans to celebrate his success with his friends. However, he dedicated his position to his parents and teachers, who seemed happier than him. He said he had not expected to secure a place in the top positions but was ecstatic to have found out he secured the third position out of more than 100,000 students. He added that boys do not study as much as girls because they play sports and suggested that that may be the reason why he didn’t finish on top.
The results were announced on the board’s website ( Candidates can also find their results by texting their roll numbers to 8583.The news.
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