PISQ scores big at HSSC-II Annual Examination
02 Aug 2017 - 1:30
Pakistan International School Qatar (PISQ), notches higher at HSSC-II Annual Examination 2017 results as compared to its last year output.
The school’s results grew better because of the change in teaching strategy and methodology. Out of 104 students, 98 remained successful marking 94.23% pass ratio. Last year, it was 93% as 13 students achieved A1 grade whereas the number of A graders remained 15. The detail of the total 28 A grade holders is as under. (The scores are from 1100 marks.)
Kainat Mazhar Iqbal (967 marks), Zoya Naeem (952 marks), Zainab Ali (947 marks), Ambreen Riaz, (939 marks), Jawaria (931 marks), Sidrah Haider (916 marks), Fatima Shabir (908 marks), Ayesha Naeem Khan (907 marks), Rabia Suleman (904 marks), Mahnoor Shahid (890 marks), Noorah (890 marks), Anmol Chohan (888 marks), Mahnoor Ghulam Akbar (881 marks).
Arisha Ahmed (869 marks), Sara Salman (854 marks), Ibrahim Murtaza (845 marks), Ali (824 marks), Qudsia Pervez (824 marks), Sabar Mina (814 marks), Roheena Murad (813 marks), Mohammad Abu Bakar (798 marks), Manal Saqib (797 marks), Saba Jamila (796 marks), Salwa Muhammad Arshad (792 marks), Hira Manzoor (787 marks), Fatima Adil (780 marks), Abdullah Saleem (778 marks), Mariam Bibi (777 marks).
Nargis Raza Otho, Principal of PISQ congratulated parents and teachers. Besides appreciating the teachers, she emphasised precisely on the need to help students to secure position(s) in the Federal Board. She reiterated that PISQ is progressing in academics gradually and clearly and in the days to come it would stand tall among its competitors in Qatar.
Shahzad Ahmad, Ambassador of Pakistan to the State of Qatar, also expressed his joy and pleasure on the achievement. He applauded all concerned and particularly stressed the students to work industriously and studies a priority in order to become a successful citizen and dignified Pakistani of tomorrow.