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    Bise Larkana Matric Result 2015 List

  • Matric, Inter high achievers get Rs180 million prizes

    LAHORE: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said terrorism and energy shortage are the major hurdles in the way of progress and prosperity of the country...

    “Bullets are effective against terrorism but the cartridges of education, justice, health and employment opportunities are equally importance for combating this menace,” said the chief minister after distributing cash prizes among the students who got top positions all over the country...
  • Boys secure top two positions in matric science group

    KARACHI: “Please make more educational institutions for special students like us,” said Faria Irfan of ABSA School for the Deaf, who stood first with 737 marks in SSC Part-II annual examinations of 2017 for deaf and mute candidates...

    Saira Iqbal, who stood second with 734 marks, and Rameeza Ramzan who was third with 733 marks in the same category also belonged to the same school
  • BISEs announce matric results, honour position holders

    LAHORE: The Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Tuesday announced the result of the annual secondary school certificate examination...

    Speaking on the occasion, BISE Chairman Prof Chaudhry Ismail said the board had presented the result without any R...

  • 5,000 pounds award for Matric position holder

    LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Punjab Organiser Chaudhry Sarwar on Sunday met Ali Hamza, who earned second position in matriculation examination while running his fruit stall in Daska, and announced an award of £5,000 as well as a title of “Star of Pakistan’ by an organisation, Pakistan Achievement Awards...

    Ali Hamza met Sarwar in his office on Sunday where Pakistan Achievement Awards (UK) chairman A Haq and others were present
  • Girls outperform boys in matric exams

    LAHORE: Girls outclassed boys by grabbing overall top two positions with the third one being shared by two girls and a boy in the Secondary School Certificate (matriculation) Examination 2015 results announced on Friday...

  • Position holders of matric exam in Punjab

    BAHAWALPUR: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bahawalpur, announced on Friday the top position holders of the matriculation examination (annual) 2015 showing a pass percentage of 73...

    According to BISE’s announcement, out of total 67,136 candidates, 49,282 were declared successful...

  • Girls maintain superiority in matric exams

    SARGODHA: Girl students maintained their superiority and clinched most of the top positions in the matriculation examination (annual) 2015 the results of which were announced by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Sargodha, here on Saturday...

    DG KHAN: Private educational institutes of Layyah and Muzaffargarh clinched overall first positions with higher percentage as Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Dera...

  • Over 70pc pass matric exams

    LAHORE: More than 70 per cent candidates passed the annual Secondary School Certificate Examination 2015 conducted by the Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education...

    Outside Alhamra, the parents of special children staged a demonstration against the BISE administration for not declaring results of special candidates...

  • 71pc of candidates pass matric exams

    LAHORE: The Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) announced on Wednesday the result of secondary school certificate (matriculation) annual examination, 2016, with a pass percentage of 71...

    According to the result, 214,711 candidates appeared in the matriculation 2016 exams of them 153,478 passed with a percentage of 71...

  • Students protest against BISE exam results

    A large number of students gathered outside the BISE office on Smuggli road, held a sit-in, pelted the board’s building with stones and raised slogans against the authorities...

    Later, a meeting of the committee presided over by Health Minister Mir Rehmat Saleh Baloch and attended by senior officials of the Education Department, BISE and police directed the authorities concerned to submit a report...

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