Rawalpindi Board Matric Result 2017 Details & Position Holders

Rawalpindi: The results of the annual examination of the SSC part 2 of Intermediate and Secondary Education Board in Rawalpindi have been announced, according to which once again the boys left the girls behind.

According to the ilmkiweb education news desk, the results were announced on tuesday 25 july 2017, in which girls’ successes rate 84 percent & boys sucess rate is 62 percent. While the ratio of over all success was 72.18%.

Umbar Liaqat, student of the Radical Scondary School, located on Iqbal Road Rawalpindi, got the first position by taking 1089 marks of the total 1100 numbers.

Maryland Khalid 1079, student of Jhelum’s Vincent High School for Girls, be second to number.

Maryland Khalid 1079, student of Jhelum’s Vincent High School for Girls, will be number second.

The third position was jointly received by four students

Arbab Aslam Redeemed School

Ama Salma Fuji Foundation Model Scanary School for Girls Chakwal

Ramesta Wajid District School for Girls Chakwal

Memon Afzal Siddiqui Puppak is a school for girls Rawalpindi.

The total number of students participating in the mathematical examinations was 121,290, out of which 94,402 students achieved success.

According to details, 54,111 students attended the examination of 45,615, while 67,393 boys participated in examinations, out of which 48,615 of them were successful.

Similarly, 88,145 student volunteers participated from government schools, while the proportion of success was 85 percent 56 percent.

The BISE Board has announced regarding the distribution of prizes in the successful candidates, according to which this event will be held on Tuesday in Government Asghar Mall-degree College for Boys.

Remember that BISE Lahore also announced the results of the examination of Matrica Board, according to which, on the first position of Umar Tariq’s 1087 number of Teachers of Childhood High School for Boys, Khalid Town and Alias ​​Kalam By taking 1086 marks while while 1085, Abdullah Salim and Mohammad Abdullah jointly ranked third.

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