BISE Abbottabad Board Inter Result 2011 – Top Position Holders
ABBOTTABAD (Monday, July 25, 2011) : Malik Abdul Wahab of Pakistan International Public School and College stood first by securing 958 marks in the intermediate examination of the Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Abbottabad.
Danial Sajjad of Al-Quran Beacon Public School & College, Mansehra was placed second by obtaining 946 marks while Hina Shaukat of Jinnah Jame School & College, Haripur clinched third position with 945 marks.
Announcing the top 20 positions here on Sunday, the controller of examination said in the pre-medical group (female) Aqsa Shehzadi of the Jinnah Jame School & College, Haripur bagged first position by getting 936 marks. Rabia Kanwal of the same school secured second position by obtaining 935 marks and Maryam Khalid of Quaid-e-Azam Public School, Haripur clinched third position with 926 marks.
In the pre-medical group (male), Danial Sajjad of Al Quran Beacon Public School & College, Mansehra was first, Malik Irfan Mehmood of Jinnah Jame Public School, Haripur was second and Shahryar Khan of Pakistan International Public School & College was third with 946, 931 and 928 marks, respectively. Hina Shaukat, Tanzeela Irshad and Quratul Ain got the top three positions in the pre-engineering group (female) by securing 945, 942 and 939 marks, respectively.
Malik Abdul Wahab won first position in the pre-engineering group (male) by securing 958 marks. Saudur Rehman and Danial Nawaz jointly got second position by getting 940 marks while Fahad Irfan and Hamza Saeed Qureshi shared the third position with 934 marks.
About BISE Abbottabad
BISE Abbottabad came into being as a result of the break-up of Peshawar Board in 1990 under the North West Frontier Province Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Act 1990. It is working in its own building on Murree Road , Abbottabad.
Due to increase in work load on matric section, the conduct section has been divided into two separate sections. Conduct 1 to deal with matric and conduct 2 to deal with intermediate. A printing section has also been created for printing of question papers.
The Board is governed by a Calendar based on NWFP BISE Act 1990. The act along with regulations and rules provide a complete compendium of instructions for running the Board. Within the parameters laid down by this act, the Board makes rules and regulations for its running. In addition the Controlling Authority also has the powers to provide directions to the Board to regulate any activity.
Five districts, namely Haripur, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Battagram and Kohistan. This encompasses an area of 17,194 square kilometres and a population of 3.47 millions.
a. Government schools, including Higher Secondary Schools and colleges, Tehsil-wise, both male and female.
b. Private Schools, male and female, Tehsil-wise.
c. Private Colleges, male and female, Tehsil-wise.
. Summary of institutions affiliated with the Board.
All students of 9 th and 11 th class are required to be registered with the Board. The student population here is that of registered students. In our Board area, however, a very large private student population is also there, whose examination requirements are also met by the Board.