LAHORE, Punjab University on Monday reported the aftereffects of BA/BSc Annual Examination 2016, as indicated by which, the general pass rate stayed 37.66.
As indicated by the outcomes, all the main three positions were secured by the young ladies in BSc examination. BSc understudy Ms Huma, move number 15881, stowed general first position by scoring 702 imprints out of 800; BSc understudy Zara Nasir, move number 10473, stood second by securing 699 imprints and BSc understudy Maryam Saba, move number 23441, stood third by securing 697 imprints.
In BA, the primary position was secured by a kid while second and third positions were acquired by the young ladies. Mansoor Ali, move number 83713, got first position in BA by securing 665 imprints. While Faryal Shahbaz, move number 48658, stood second by securing 660 imprints and Ms Attiqa, move number 80127, stood third with 655 imprints.
An aggregate of 118,029 hopefuls showed up in the examination and 44450 passed the examinations.
The prize appropriation function for the position holders and mindfulness crusade with respect to PEEF will be hung on Tuesday (today) at 9:30am at Al-Raazi Hall. PEEF Vice-Chairman Dr Muhammad Amjad Saqib will be the central visitor while Punjab University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran will be the visitor of honor on the event.
In the interim, as per an official statement, Punjab University has honored PhD degrees to three researchers. Shaista Bashir has been recompensed PhD degree in the subject of Biological Sciences after endorsement of her theory entitled "Upgraded and Solubilised Expression of Human Granulocyte Colony Stimulating Factor", Muhammad Zaman in the subject of Earth and Environmental Sciences after endorsement of his proposal entitled "Metal Element Contamination of Karachi Coast Sediments Pakistan" and Qura-tul-Ain Mansha in the subject of Chemistry after endorsement of her proposition entitled "Manufactured Studies of Condensed Pyrone Derivatives".