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BISE Hyderabad announces exam results of HSC Commerce, Humanities.

HYDERABAD -- The Controller of Examinations Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Hyderabad announced the results of Higher Secondary Certificate Humanities Part-II, Commerce Part-I and

Part-II and Home Economics Part-I and Part-II Annual Examinations 2015 on Wednesday.

According to the announcement, Fiza d/o Mushtaque Ahmed of Hovernment Higher Secondary School Kabar Lakmir has clinched first position in Humanities Group Part-II Annual Examinations.

Ali Hassan s/o Photo Khan and Abdul Hafeez s/o Wasand Khan both candidates from Government Higher Secondary School Dour have jointly stood second, while Ahsan Ali s/o Abdul Sattar of the same school bagged third position in the examinations.

A total of 6,725 candidates appeared in the examinations, and out of them 5,510 have been declared pass in all subjects.

In Commerce Group Part-II Annual Examinations, Arfa Irfan d/o Mohammad Irfan Memon and Sonia d/o Rauf both candidates from HIAST College Latifabad No-2 Hyderabad have clinched first and second positions respectively, while Sundus d/o Liaquat Ali of Government Degree Girls College Latifabad No-8 Hyderabad stood third.

A total of 1044 candidates appeared in the examinations, and of them 880 have been declared pass in all subjects.

In Commerce Group Part-I Annual Examinations, 1021 candidates appeared in the examinations, and of them 552 candidates have been declared pass in all six subjects.

In Home Economics Group Part-II Annual Examinations, Amara Azahar d/o Mohammad Hussain Rationwala, Aeman Ayoub d/o Mohammad Ayoub Mughal and Hunza d/o Dr. Rasheed Ahmed Soomro all candidates from Dr. I.H. Zuberi Home Economics College Hyderabad have clinched first, second and third positions respectively.

A total of 45 candidates appeared in the examinations, and of them only one has clinched A-I Grade and seven obtained A Grade marks.

In Home Economics Group Part-I Examinations, 28 candidates appeared in the examinations, and of them 20 have been declared pass in all seven subjects.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
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Date:Sep 24, 2015
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