(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula
The students of Pakistan International School-Qatar (PISQ) have achieved excellence in HSSC-II exam results (session 2018-19) of FBISE.
On the whole, the school bagged top 10 positions; first three scorers include Heba-tu-Rehman Asif Butt (997/1100), Amna Nasir (994/1100) and Nawal Nawaz (987/1100).
Collectively, this year, the school has bagged nineteen A1 and twenty-one A grades. As many as 146 students of the school appeared in the exam of which 139 passed that elevates school pass ration to 95.20%.
The other A1 and A grade holders include Hoorya Suleman (978 marks), Syeda Aliza (977), Fatimah (969), Hamza Murtaza (962), Eman Javed (961), Ilyas Haider (959), Umrah Shahid (956), Aisha Mohammad Israr Khan (936), Laiba Maryam (929), Abdullah Rasheed (928), Mahnoor Ejaz (928), Numra Bokhari (920), Areeba Arshad (914), Eman Hanif Abbasi (911), Muhammad Qazi (892), Samreen Akram (883), Muhammad Abdullah (873), Mohammad Subhaan (862), Najla (860), Abdullah Siddique (859), Muhammad Ashir Rauf (859), Maryam Rizwan (856), Saamia Shahzad (845), Amna Asif (841), Aliha Tanveer (834), Muhammad Kamran (828), Amna Mohammad Salim (828), Muhammad Owais (823), Malaika (818), Marwa (811), Mirza Wajih Ul Hassan (807), Sadaf (797), Maha Mohammad Nasir (790), Rimsha Shiraz (790), Kholoud (780), Kamran Shah (777), Hussam (770).
Nargis Raza Otho, Principal, expressed her gratitude to the Almighty and said that success is made possible with team work and it becomes more true when it comes to academics. She congratulated the students, their parents, and teachers and urged them all to play their roles in the best possible way in shaping the face of the future.
Syed Ahsan Raza Shah, Ambassador of Pakistan, also applauded the students and urged them to take education as the only key for them to unlock the fortunes of tomorrow. He praised the teachers, school management and parents.