Pakistan International School sets a new record in SSC-II examination
25 Jun 2017 - 10:12
Aena Farooq of Pakistan International School, Qatar (PISQ) set a new record ever made in Doha by securing 1014 marks out of 1050 marks in SSC-II Annual Examination 2017 of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad.
She secured first position in all Doha-based Pakistani schools with 1014 marks by breaking the previous record of the school of 1010 marks last year. This year too, PISQ stood out by producing 100% results in SSC-II Examination wherein 21 students secured more than 900 marks. Out of 148 students, 37 students secured A1 grades (above 80 % marks), 36 students obtained A grades (above 70 % marks) and 49 students passed with B grades (above 60 % marks).
Aena Farooq grabbed 1st position with 1014 marks in the school as well as in Doha in the Science group. Amna Nasir stood 2nd with 974 marks while Syeda Aliza got 3rd position with 973 in the school in the Science group.
In Humanities, Kholoud secured 1st position by securing 872 marks, Maria secured 2nd position with 861 marks and Hajra Tariq stood 3rd by securing 817 marks.
Nargis Raza Otho, Principal of PISQ expressed her delight on the achievement of the students and congratulated the students, staff and parents on the exam results. Shahzad Ahmed, Ambassador of Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the State of Qatar, also congratulated the students, staff and parents and hoped that the journey of achievements would continue.
The top achievers with A1 grades are in Science Group: Aena Farooq (1014 marks), Amna Nasir (974 marks), Syeda Aliza (973 marks), Nawal Nawaz (971 marks), Ilyas (968 marks), Hoorya suleman (967 marks), Maha Mohammad Nasir (957 marks), Abdul Rahman (956 marks), Muhammad Abdullah (944 marks), Misha Masood (942 marks), Laiba Maryam (939 marks), Muhammad Kamran (932 marks), Amna Mohammad Salim (930 marks), Khulday Bareen (928 marks), Abdullah Rasheed (927 marks), Hamza Murtaza (927 marks), Kamran Shah (919 marks), Maham Sattar (917 marks), Samreen Akram (913 marks), Ayan Nasir Chaudhry (911 marks) and Abdullah Siddique (908 marks) and in Humanities Group: 1st: Kholoud (872 marks), 2nd: Maria (861 marks) and 3rd: Hajra Tariq (817 marks).