PEC students produce 100 percent results
DOHA STUDENTS of Pakistan Education Centre (PEC) achieved 100 percent results in the Secondary School Certificate Part–II (SSC-II) annual examinations 2012 conducted by the Islamabadbased Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
A total of 160 students from the PEC appeared in the examination and all passed with 43 A1 Grades, 41 A Grades, 35 B Grades and the rest in C Grades.
Nadia Khan topped from the institution securing 952 marks out of 1050. Anum Mansoor and Aemon Yaqoob Qamar shared second position by securing 946 marks while Maryam Habib Ahmad stood third in the school with 940 marks.
Talal Ali stood first with 921 marks, Muhib-ur-Rahman got second position with 915 marks and Waseeq-ur- Rahman got third position with 905 marks in the boys’ wing.
The students who got A1 grade are Naila Sana (930), Aisha (842), Bibi Fatima (869), Mariam Noor (909), Mahnaz Naeem (881), Saira Farooq (907), Shiama (866 A1), Sidra Mateen (922 A1), Sana Kayani (864), Zirwa Siddique Rana (878), Naveen Tariq (905), Kainat Malik (843), Iqra Nasir (931), Haleema Hanif (841), Eman M Kaleem (870), Aisha Adnan (868), Maha (851), Naila (896), Umaima Usman (866), Zahra (870), Reda (861), Roqayya (847) Syed Ali Raza (847), Shazil Ali (874), Shakir Saleem (855), Saif-Ur- Rahman (861), Saad Akbar (861), Muhammad Usman (869), Malik Amir Hamza (856), Mahmood (877), Ameer Hamza (899), Ahmad (842), Abdul Basit (844), Abdullah Muhammad (854), Omer (843) and Muhammad Tahir Akeel (852).
Principal Nargis Raza Otho congratulated students, teachers and parents on the achievement of the students.
She said the success was the result of PEC staff’s hard work and team work — who received adequate support from Pakistan Ambassador to Qatar HE Muhammad Sarfraz A Khanzada, who is also chairman of PEC Board of Governors.
Khanzada also congratulated the students, parents, teachers and the school management for this achievement.
He urged students and teachers to continue their efforts in bringing more laurels to the institution. He reiterated that he would extend his full support to further improve the standards of the institution.