Karachi SSC Part-II examination result 2011

SSC Part-II examination result

KARACHI: Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) on Tuesday announced the results of Secondary School Certificate (Part-II) Class X Annual Examination 2011 General Group (Regular and Private) with a pass percentage of 69.17.

An award distribution ceremony was also held in honour of position holding students at the conference hall of BSEK.

Ramsha Majeed d/o Muhammad Majeed Khan from PECHS Girls School (roll No 554535) stood first with 772 marks (90.82%) out of total 850, Fatima Rashid d/o Rashid Siddiq from PECHS Girls School (roll No 554526) and Aqsa Yasin d/o Muhammad Yasin from Gulistan Shah Abdul Latif Girls Secondary School (roll No 554593) shared second position with 762 marks (89.65%) each while Arbia Humayun d/o Humayun Khan also from PECHS Girls School (roll No 554525) secured third position with 753 marks (88.59%). Controller Examination of BSEK Rafia Mallah announced the positions.

Grade-wise segregation suggested that some 241 candidates obtained A-1 grade, 1,521 ‘A’, 3,848 ‘B’, 5,994 ‘C’, 3,759 ‘D’ grade while 235 candidates obtained grade ‘E’.

A total of 29,807 candidates were registered in the examination out of which 29,163 appeared and 15,598 managed to pass.

Meanwhile, EDO Education Mohammad Ibrahim Kumbhar, while addressing the ceremony as honorary guest, said that the standard of education in the government-run schools does not meet the standard of schools run under Cambridge system.

He said that Karachi alone has more than 9,000 private schools while the number of government-run schools is around 3,000.

Chairman BSEK Anzar Zaidi said that the management of board is trying its level best to add more transparency to the copy assessment and examination process. He pointed out that during the exam, teachers and candidates have to face immense hardships due to power outages.

Chairman appreciated the examination staff of board for the timely issuance of result and hoped they announce the next result on time as well.

Director, Directorate of Private Institutions Sindh, Mansoob Hussain Siddiqui said that parents prefer Cambridge system or other educational boards because since feel that under these systems their children will get proper grades as per merit.Daily Times.