Mardan girl student obtains 1,100 marks out of 1,100 in matric
A rare happening, but it happened nowhere else but in Pakistan and that too in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa that a girl student has topped her matric exam by scoring 1,100 marks out of 1,100, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Qandeel was the only female student throughout Pakistan who had made the record by securing all the 1,100 marks.
Qandeel, daughter of Sohail Ahmad, of Student Model High School, Akora Khattak, Nowshera, took the obvious first position in the Mardan board.
Mardan Board Chairman said that the first position holder Ms Qandeel was an orphan and the board had a proud in her.
The board chairman also announced that all the fees of boards would not be taken from Ms Qandeel to acknowledge her talent.
Talking to the media Ms Qandeel said that all of her achievements were a result of teachers’ hardworking and mother’s prayers.
In the intermediate exams, Fiza Majeed obtained the first position with 1088 marks and Muhammad Mudassar Khan got the second position with 1086 marks. While Khadija Alamzeb succeeded to get the third position with 1084 marks. The board also distributed prizes to the position holders.
As many as 70,532 students, male and female, took part in the examinations, out of which 68,854 were declared successful. 42,851 out of 44,415 students who sat in the Intermediate Part II examination were declared successful.
The passing percentage was remarkable as 97.82 percent of students passed the Matric exam whereas 96.48 percent passed the Intermediate exam.
Reporter Manzoor Hussain