One of the most extraordinary accomplishments in Pakistani history occurred on Tuesday when the educational boards of Mardan and Bannu declared the results of the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) and Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) board examinations. A young female student from the Nowshera District scored 1,100 out of 1,100 marks in matric board examinations.
Qandeel, a student of Model High School is a record holder in Pakistan’s set of experiences, has gotten 1,100 out of 1,100 marks in the SSC examinations declared by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
In a prize distribution ceremony facilitated by the BISE Mardan, brilliant students were granted their positions. Notwithstanding the testaments of appreciation, they got financial motivations.
All through Pakistan, Qandeel, a girl of Sohail Ahmad was the first female student to have procured each of the 1,100 marks in the science group. To recognize Qandeel’s accomplishment, the director of the Mardan Board declared that board expenses would not be taken from her.
When addressing the media, Qandeel said that she owed every last bit of her accomplishments to the teacher’s diligent effort and her mom’s supplications.
In HSSC results, Fiza Majeed of Punjab College, Kandar Nowshera, secured 1,088 marks. In the meantime, Mohammad Mudassir Khan of Quaid-I-Azam College for Boys Mardan stood second with 1,086 marks.
Recently, the common government schooling meeting led by Federal Minister Shafqat Mahmood settled on the choice to pass both Matric and Intermediate students. The choice comes as the fourth rush of the pandemic proceeds, with the number of cases transcending 90,000.
The pandemic has made retaking tests of the weak students unthinkable sooner rather than later, it noted. Also, students who bombed would be given a limited 33 marks. On one hand, it benefited the weak students who weren’t able to qualify for the board examinations. On the other hand, it created a hindrance for brilliant students, who are improvers and striving to get through the university entry tests.
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