PEC girls top FBISE exams in commerce stream

Three female students of Pakistan Education Centre have topped the commerce stream in the entire Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education’s (FBISE) HSSC Part-I examination.
The Islamabad-based FBISE announced the result of Higher Secondary School Certificate Examination (HSSC) on August 10. They were held earlier in May as three schools in Qatar participated.
PEC’s Huma Khalid secured 486 out of 550 and topped the Commerce Stream of FBISE, while Anab Sundus (484), and Wanoun Yaqoob (458) came overall second and third respectively in the commerce stream.
The school also secured the first nine positions among all the Pakistani schools in Qatar, an official said.
Of the total 148 students, which appeared from PEC, 10 students received A1 grade, 18 got A and 50 received B, while all others managed C.
PEC student Abdul Rahman Fayyaz secured 496 (non-commerce stream) and topped the school as well as other schools in Qatar.
Other students receiving A1 were Khadija 481, Farah Rahat 468, Marwah Mir 461, Mohamed Zubair 455, Diyana Habib 451, and Bibi Asma 443.
The PEC principal, Humayun Nasir, congratulated the students, staff and the parents on this great achievement and hoped that they would continue their efforts in bringing more laurels for PEC.
Pakistani ambassador to Qatar, Mohamed Asghar Afridi, who is also the chairman of PEC board of governors congratulated the students, staff and the school management.
“I continue to offer my whole-hearted efforts for the welfare of Pakistani community in general and PEC in particular. It is my desire to see the students of PEC always on the top positions of FBISE,” Afridi said.
At Bright Future Pakistani School (BFPS), the school toppers were Ifat Mushtaq Ahmad (451), Suliman Rashid (428), and Jasir Jawad (424).
BFPS chairman (board of directors) Abdul Rahman Mohamed al-Meer expressed his pleasure and congratulated the students and teachers.
The top three students at Pak Shama School & College were Heba Zafar (412), Mahira Naeem (378) and Mohamed Ehtisham Iqbal and Abdul Rahman Sajid (both 371).
PSS management committee president congratulated students and their parents and wished them all the best.

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