Abbottabad, The result of matric exams 2011of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Abbottabad (BISE Abbottabad) announced on June 15, 2011. It is stated at the official website of Abbottabad Board.
The matric annual examination was conducted on March 16, 2011. Students of matriculation of Abbottabad board can check there result online. The result would be available online at 10 am on June 15, said the board officials.
For the information of the students, we would like to inform that the first board of intermediate and secondary education to be estbalished in the NWFP was peshawar board in 1961. However, with the increase in the number of students, there came the need to setup more boards and finally BISE Abbotabad board was set up in the year 1990. Since then bise abbotabad is taking matric and inter papers. As like the past years, bise abbotabad is expected to declare the reuslt of matric class by the mid of june and very possibly on the 15th of june. We would like to wish best of luck to all students who have appeared in the matric exams and now waiting for the online matric result of abbotabad board. Best of luck to all..
The result is available online. Click here to check your result.
The matric annual examination was conducted on March 16, 2011. Total 47,401 students were appeared in the examination and 34,240 candidates were declared pass with the pass percentage of 72.23%.
Ikramullah secured first position by getting 971 marks and Haider Zaman got second position with 970 marks. Third position was bagged by Muhammad Nauman by getting 969 marks. All the top position holders were the students of Pakistan Scouts Cadet College, Batrasi Mansehra.
Among the girl students in the science group, Anab Sardar of Pakistan International Public School (PIPS), Abbottabad got first position by getting 966 marks, Mahnoor Ashfaq of the Sky International School, Mansehra secured second position by securing 961 marks and Maryam Kiyani of PIPS got 958 marks to achieve third position.
In the humanities group among females, Nazia Bibi of Hera Children Home, Bagra in Haripur got 873 marks and secured first position. Tanzeela Ahmed Khan of Government High School, Bakki Mansehra secured second position by getting 872 marks. Third position was bagged by Bushra Bibi, Government Girls High School, Shinkiari Mansehra with 868 marks.
In the humanities group among males, Muhammad Salem, private candidate, got first position by getting 842 marks. Abu Bakar with 802 marks was placed second and Syed Mehar Ali Shah of Modern Public School and College, Abbottabad with 791 marks obtained third position.