BISE Larkana announces HSC Part-II (Pre-Medical) exams-2014 results

LARKANA: The Controller of Examinations, Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana Sikandar Ali Mirjat on Friday evening announced the results of Annual Examinations-2014 of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Part-II Pre-Medical Group.

The pass percentage remained 79.57 percent in the Pre-Medical Group.

The BISE Larkana covers Larkana, Kamber-Shahdadkot, Shikarpur, Jacobabad and Kashmore-Kandhkot districts and two talukas of Dadu District that is, Taluka Khairpur Nathan Shah and Taluka Maher.

According to results announced here Irfanullah, son of Niaz Ali, seat No. 65514 of Cadet College Larkana stood first by obtaining 974 marks and Grade A-1.

Abdul Wahab, son of Ali Nawaz Shaikh, seat No. 63056 of Government Degree College Larkana got second position with 973 marks and A-1 grade. Asadullah, son of Sher Muhammad Malik, seat No. 72560 of Public School Shikarpur secured third position with 971 marks and grade A-1.

Among girl candidates, the first position was bagged by Jaya, daughter of Ramesh Lal Motan Pota, seat No. 69881 of Government Girls College Shahdadkot (Kamber-Shahdadkot) with 978 marks and Grade A-1.Kishwar Parween, daughter of Shah Muhammad Abro, seat No. 64503 of Government Girls Degree College Larkana got second position with 975 marks and Grade A-1. Ume Rubab, daughter of  Irfan Akbar Jokhio, seat No. 64394 of Government Girls College Larkana clinched third position in the examinations-2014 with 973 marks and A-1 grade.

A total of 14008 candidates in Pre-Medical group, including 6487 girl candidates appeared in the Examinations-2014 and 11146 male and female candidates passed in the annual examinations-2014.

Of them 806 boys/girls secured A-I Grade, 1290 boys/girls managed to get A Grade, 4987 boys/girls candidates passed the examinations in B- Grade, 3734 boys /girls in Grade-C and 328 boys/ girls in D- Grade respectively. Whereas, 2278 candidates failed and the result of 583 candidates has been withheld on various grounds.

The Controller of Examinations said the BISE reserved the right to rectify the mistakes on the basis of original record in result.

Source: APP