68% QUALIFY CLASS 10 EXAM

Girls Outshine Boys In Toppers List; 255 Students Share Top 20 Positions; Iqra, Samma Bag Ist Position

UMER MAQBOOL/AAQIB ASHRAF

Srinagar, Dec 17: Girls once again reigned supreme in the merit list of class 10th results announced on Monday, which recorded a pass percentage of 68. While first three positions are shared by seven girls, 255 students have made it to the merit list of Top-20.
Iqra Bashir Makhdoomi daughter of Bashir Ahmad Makhdoomi of Model Public High School, Model Town Sopore, and Samma Malik daughter of Ishtiyaq Ahmad Malik, student of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School topped the exam by fetching 498 marks each.
While Bushra Manzoor daughter of Dr Manzoor Ahmad Zargar of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School figured alone at second slot by scoring 493 marks, the third position is shared by four students- Fiza Farooq daughter of Farooq Ahmad Rather of Prime High School Barzulla, Faiqa Khan daughter of Shah Sikandar of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School, Zilmiraj Iqbal daughter of Zaffar Iqbal Mir of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School and Khusnuma Mushtaq daughter of Mushtaq Ahmad Ganai of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School.
Fourth position was shared by four students – Aiman Feroz Makhdoomi  daughter of Feroz Ahmad Makhdoomi of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh, Shahzaib Rahman son of Abdul Rahman of JK Public High School Humhama, Madiha Manzoor daughter of Manzoor Ahmad of Model High School Jawahar Nagar, Syed Juvaria daughter  of Imtiyaz-ul-Haq of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School.
Mehreen Altaf of R P High School Malabagh, Bazila Mushtaq of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh, Kareena Khan of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School, Maida Lateef Tramboo of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School, Manpreet Kour of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School Sheikhbagh shared fifth position by securing 490 marks each.
Ten students which include Zahid Maqbool Bhat of Public Mission School Kanjikulla, Syed Fazan ul Haq of Abu Hanifa Memorial Institute Rajpora, Burhan ul Haq of R P High School Mala Bagh, Muhammed Saleh Khan of Iqbal Memorial Boys Institute Bemina, Mahrukh Qureshi of Green Valley Educational Institute Illahi Bagh, Malik Talha Zahoor of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh, Mehak Qureshi of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh, Asra Malik of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School , Afshana Farooq of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School and Marwah Shabeer Koul of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School bagged 6th position by securing 489 marks each.
Seventh position was secured by three students- Syeed Babbra of St. Peters International Academy Islamabad (Anantnag), Shaista Afzal of EFF EMM Children’s House School K P Road Islamabad (Anantnag) and Mehras Nisar of Linton Hall High School Rajbagh, each of them securing 488 marks.
Eighth  position was bagged by Mehar Fatima D/o Dr Muhammad Suhail Khanday of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh, Mir Nowrin Batool of Saint Josephs Higher Secondary School Baramulla, Rayees Rashid Teli of Dynamic English Medium Public School Goshibagh, Ronaq Nazir of Presentation Convent Higher Secondary School Rajbagh and Bashee Ashraf of Tiny Harts School Tengpora, Umara Quershi of Saint Joseph Baramulla and Husna of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School.
Talking to Greater Kashmir, Secretary BOSE Renu Goswami said that 68.20 percent students qualified the examination and performance of students is quite better this year as compared to previous years.
“Against 49027 students who had appeared, 29587 qualified the examination. Among the qualifiers, 19025 are boys and remaining 14414 girls,” she said.
She added that 15483 failed to qualify the exam and another 3850 qualified but need to improve.
According to her, 1378 have made it to A1 grade, 3727 and 4834 are respectively in A2 and B1 category.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 17 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 17 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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