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Saturday, July 11, 2009







MIRPURKHAS July 11. Mirpurkhas board of intermediate and secondary education has been announced the annual result of secondary school certificate SSC part ii (class X) science group 2009 here on Saturday. Controller BISE Mirpurkhas Abdul Rahim Shaikh has announced the result as according to result, Fatima Zainab d/o Ghulam Haider Khan of St. Michael convent high school Mirpurkhas secured first position by getting 829 marks. Ahmer Hameed s/o Abdul Hameed of cadet college Sanghar and Ms Hafsa Ali Shamsi d/o Mohammad Ali Shamsi of Memon academy higher secondary school Shahdadpur with 820 marks each shared second position. Bharat Kumar son of Suresh Kumar of little Folks higher secondary school Mirpurkhas and Masab Fazal S/o Fazal Elahi of cadet college Sanghar with 819 marks each shared third position. In boys, Ahmer Hameed s/o Abdul Hameed of cadet college Sanghar secured first position by obtaining 820 marks. Bharat Kumar s/o Suresh Kumar of Little Folks higher secondary school Mirpurkhas and Masab Fazal s/o Fazal Elahi of cadet college Sanghar with 819 marks each shared second position while Yasir Ali s/o Jalaluddin of Bahria Foundation college Mirpurkhas gained third position by getting 816 marks. In girls, Ms Fatima Zainab d/o Ghulam Hyder Khan of St. Michael convent high school Mirpurkhas secured first position by obtaining 829 marks. Ms Hafsa Ali Shamsi d/o Mohammad Ali Shamsi of Memon academy higher secondary school Shahdadpur acquired second position by achieving 820 marks and Ms Maria d/o Gul of St Michael convent high school Mirpurkhas gained third position by acquiring 787 marks. Total 23307 candidates male and female appeared in the annual exam in which 21632 candidates declared pass. Besides, 2591 girls and boys candidates get A-1 grade, 5701 candidates obtained grade A, 7072 candidates achieved grade B, 5158 candidates secured grade C, 1104 candidates gained grade D and only 6 candidates obtained grade E. such 92.87 percentage of success remained in the annual exam.

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