Thursday, August 4, 2016

Edhi shield unveiled at BSEK results event

KARACHI: All top positions were packed away by young ladies as Board of Secondary Education, Karachi (BSEK), declared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) General Group examination results for customary applicants and additionally aftereffects of SSC examinations for exceptional hopefuls here on Tuesday.

So be it Baloch of Citizen Secondary School finished with 741 imprints out of a sum of 850 imprints, giving her a rate of 87.17, and the A-One evaluation. Alifiya Burhanuddin of F.C. Moriswalla Girls Secondary School stood second with 736 imprints and a rate of 86.58 while Hina Javed of DA Neelum High School was third with 734 imprints and a rate of 86.35.

All the hard of hearing and quiet position holders in the exceptional gathering hailed from Dewa Academy for the Deaf. Wafa Naz stood first with 710 imprints and 83.52 rate, Mobina Khan was second with 703 imprints and a 82.7 rate while Umme Hani was third with 685 imprints and a 80.58 rate.

So be it Baloch, the understudy who stood initially, said that when examining for her exam she never paid notice to the amount of time she went through with her books. "I simply contemplated with no breaks and after that when I saw the exam papers they appeared like the most straightforward thing on the planet," she said.

Utilizing gesture based communication, Wafa Naz, the hard of hearing and quiet understudy, said she needed more individuals to learn communication through signing so they could discuss better with individuals like her.

The system to report the outcomes at the BSEK office was committed to the late compassionate Abdul Sattar Edhi. BSEK administrator Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, paying tribute to Edhi sahib, revealed the Edhi shield. He said he needed the position holders accepting the Edhi shields to feel glad on their accomplishments as they merited a shield bearing the name of the colossal man.