PISJ-ES students secure top positions in GCE exams
PISJ-ES students secure top positions in GCE exams
Top achievers in the A Level Examinations secured A grades in all the subjects.
Fahad bin Tahir and Mohammad Irfan Hashmi achieved first position. They appeared in four A Level subjects and secured two A* grades and two A grades.
Qazi Hamid grabbed second position in the school. He appeared in four A Level subjects and secured one A* grade and three A grades.
Hiba Shakeel, Rabiya Shabeeh, Hamdan Altaf and Imran Sajid appeared in three A Level subjects, and secured one A* grade and two A grades.
Hafsa Khan appeared in three subjects and secured two A* grades and one B grade.
Ibrahim Qureshi appeared in four subjects, and secured all A grades.
Muhammad Faraz Khalid and Syed Osama Ahmad appeared in three subjects and secured all A grades.
Hassan Farooq appeared in three A Level subjects. He secured one A* grade and two B grades.
Other top achievers include Zulekha Yousuf, Adeel Ahmad Jafri, Syed Bilal Mustafa Asdaq, Israa Mohammed, Mohammad Awais Zaheer, Noufal Asif Minhas, Saad Azhar Saleem, Asim Aslam, Talha Mehtab Shaikh, Mohammad Ahmed Arsalan Khan, Usama Attaullah and Maria Mazhar, Mahaa Khurram, Hisham and Maahin Farwa.
In AS Level, Alina Hassan, Fatima Rizwan, Maha Hameed Khan, Maryam Siddiqui, Muhammad Ferjad Naeem and Syed Mustafa Aslam secured top position. They appeared in four subjects and secured all A Grades.
Maria Javed, Minahil Saifullah, Sana Mumtaz Alam, Sahar Abdul Rauf and Mohammad Nauman Bilal appeared in three subjects and secured all A Grades.
Fatima Mohammad Tariq, Alina Qadeer Baig, Reem Shahzad, Momal Nadeem, Muhammad Shabib Shahid Khan and Areeb Suhail Haddad appeared in Four subjects, they secured three A grades and one B grade.
Other top achievers include Amnah Anwar, Muhammad Danyal, Ahsan Saeed Usmani, Mariyam Sohail, Salma Zahir Imam, Talha Abdul Qadir Khatri, Zain Siddiqui, Vishal Riaz Ahmed, Urooj Tarique Memon, Syed Meeran Asher, Saad Munaf Abdul Ghaffar, Safeer Abdul Samad, Waleed Saleem Khan, Mohammad Danial Ali Khan, Zobia Anwer Mohiuddin, Javeria Rahman and Hammad Qamar Qadri.
IGCSE students secured 100 percent pass result with excellent grades. Most of the students secured A* and A grades. The percentage of A* to C grade exceeds 97.8 percent.
Top marks in IGCSE were obtained by the following students :
Eisham Sarmad secured top position in the School in IGCSE Examinations, she got nine A* grades and has also obtained ICE Distinction Award.
Abdul Rafeh Awan and Dawood Abdullah have secured 2nd position in the school in IGCSE Examinations, they appeared in nine subjects and secured ICE Distinction Award, 8 A* grades and 1 A grade.
Wajeeha Yousuf secured 3rd position in the school, she obtained ICE Distinction Award, seven A* grades, one B grade and has also obtained ICE Distinction Award.
Mirza Muhammad Musaab appeared in nine subjects, he has received ICE Distinction Award, six A* grades, one A grade and two B grades.
Haroon Altaf Hussain appeared in eight subjects and he obtained ICE Distinction Award, six A* grades, one A grade and one B grade.
Sundus Fahim has obtained ICE Distinction Award, six A* grades, two A grades and one B grade.
Other top achievers that obtained ICE distinction Award as well as A*, A, and B, include Muhammad Shaukat Hayat Danial Imran, Mahek Rais, Rabah Khan, Arhama Mazhar, Syed Shaheer Zafar, Fatima Naveed, Syed Omer Farooq, Mohammad Ahsan Shafiq, Khuzaima Munawar Jamil, Manal Fatima, Syed Mohammad Saad, Zaira Rizwan, Eraj Navaid, Muhammad Yousha Mansoo, Rayyan Ahmed Siddiqui, Fatima Nasir Wahab, Zahra Hanif, Abdul Wahab Syed Asif, Khadija Zafar, Maha Hamid Sheikh, Javeria Umair, Muhammad Rafay Hassan, Hamza Zulfiqar, Yamna Khan, Waleed Umar Farooq, Zenab Khan, Esra Faisal Khan, Taimur Inam, Khulood Pervaiz , Hamza Naushad. Manal Mohiuddin, Furqan Farrukh Shahbaz, Sawab Fiza Nadeem, Mohammad Ahmad Siddiqui, Ebrahim Mohammad Saleem, and Faiza Mohsen.
Y-10 (Pakistan Studies, Urdu and Islamiyat Results):
Muhammad Sohaib Khalid and Rabia Riasat have received A* grades in all the three subjects.
Daneyal Rafique, Muhammad Irtaza Usman Khalid, Meher Abdullah and Uroob Saifullah have obtained two A* grades and one A grade.
Maryum Tanweer Abdullah appeared in two subjects and secured A* grade in both the subjects.
Saadia Umar secured two A* grade and one C grade.
Abdullah Tasleem Khan, Ahmed Nadeem Cheema, Haseeb Ali, Muhammad Abdullah Naveed, Muhammad Umar Khan, Waleed Bin Hameed and Sameen Sohail obtained one A* grade and two A grades.
Burhanuddin Tahir and Wardah Ejaz appeared in two subjects, they have secured one A* grade and one A grade.
Moez Omer, Shahzar Khan, Wania Jibran, Aleiba Dahri and Mahnoor Tanvir have secured one A* grade, one A grade and one B grade.
Muhammad Zain Akram, Umar Faisal Khan, Farheen Altaf Hussain, Hamna Hassan, Ghanwa Haji Ghulam Rasool, Bismah Shahzad have secured A grades in all the three subjects.
Saudi aid agency steps up relief work on Yemen’s west coast
- KSRelief has carried out more than 200 relief programs and projects had been carried out by the center in Yemen
- Yemeni government bewails world silence on abuses committed by Iranian-backed Houthi militia
JEDDAH: King Salman Relief and Humanitarian Aid Center (KSRelief) has distributed 2,000 bags of wheat to displaced people from the western coast of Hodeida governorate to Aden as part of welfare operations in Yemen.
Yemen’s Minister of Local Administration and Higher Relief Committee chairman Abdul Raqeeb Fatah said KSRelief was seen as a beacon for humanitarian work.
More than 200 relief programs and projects had been carried out by the center in Yemen.
The Yemeni government condemned the silence of the UN and the international community on abuses committed by Iranian-backed Houthi militia against people in the Al-Hima area of Taiz governorate.
Rebels had continued indiscriminate shelling of Hima’s villages, forcing people from their homes, Fatah said. Fatah said the militia’s crimes in Taiz districts were contrary to international law. He called on the global community and humanitarian organizations to take a firm position on all Houthi crimes.
Yesterday, KSRelief distributed 3,500 cartons of dates in the villages of Izzala Al-Jumah in Al-Mukha directorate in Taiz governorate, benefiting 21,000 people.