PISQ students score high in FBISE HSSC-I exam

 07 Aug 2017 - 3:08

PISQ students score high in FBISE HSSC-I exam
Maleeha Asif (451)

The Peninsula

Pakistan International School Qatar (PISQ), claimed a trail of positions among Pakistani Schools in Doha in the FBISE HSSC-I Annual Examination 2017. Eleven of its students scored high marks in the exam.
Among the eleven students, the first position holder is Maleeha Asif with 451 marks. Rubab Fatima and Sana Saleem grabbed the second position with 448 marks; whereas, Shahzaib Ahmad stood third with 447 marks.

Rubab Fatima (448)

As many as 127 students attended the exam this year. Among them 96 passed by setting the pass ratio at 76%. A total of 28 students got A1 and A grades. Maleeha Asif (451 marks),  Rubab Fatima and Sana Saleem (448 marks), Shahzaib Ahmad (447 marks), Zahra (437), Abdullah Nasir, Zuhaib Ahmad, Fatima Muhammad Nayyar (433), Sidra (431), Arsal (425), Rabia Ali (423), Fatima (409), Huda (398), Varda Khan (393), Mumtaz Riaz (389), Somaia (386), Amnah Nazeer (383), Khadija (379), Umme Sulaim (376), Ahmed Mashal (369), Noora Tahir (367), Izza Shakeel (365), Abdus Samad,  Rameesha Khan, Warda Rahat (364), Syeda Rumesa Saqib (362), Arsal Rauf (359), Khadija (358).

Sana Saleem (448)

Nargis Raza Otho, Principal of PISQ, congratulated the students, their parents, and teachers for their combined efforts that helped students shine in the exam. She assured that PISQ is escalating academically. She further added that it will be a preferred academic haunt for Pakistani students in the days to come for FBISE stream of study in Qatar.
Shahzad Ahmad, the ambassador of Pakistan to the State of Qatar, also congratulated all the stakeholders at this occasion. He said that education is the only remedy that can cure socio-economic and ethical maladies and guarantee a secure future. He urged the students, parents, and teachers to play their respective roles sincerely to strengthen their nation and country in the years to come.


Shahzaib Ahmad (447)