The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK), on Monday, reported outcomes for the Higher Secondary School Part-I Commerce gathering's yearly examinations, 2016.
According to the newspaper issued by the board, 34,100 competitors were enrolled to show up for the papers, of which 33,597 understudies sat for the examination, while 12,463 of them cleared every one of the seven papers. The aggregate pass rate remained at 37.11.
Out of the aggregate number of understudies who showed up for the papers, 18,923 enrolled were male of which 18,601 applicants showed up for the examination; 5,383 understudies cleared every one of the papers and the pass rate for male understudies was recorded to be 28.95. Upwards of eight outcomes were withheld by the BIEK.
As per the periodical, 3,212 competitors figured out how to pass six papers, the pass rate for which remained at 17.28, while 2,370 figured out how to clear five papers; the pass rate for which was computed to be 12.75.
A sum of 2,008 male understudies could clear four papers, the pass rate for which was 10.80. Around 1,721 understudies cleared three papers, the pass rate was recorded to be 9.26, while1,625 competitors and 1,453 understudies passed just two and one paper individually; the pass rate for both was recorded to be 8.74 and 7.81 percent separately.
Then again, 15,177 female competitors were enlisted to show up for the examination of which 14,996 showed up. The aggregate number of female understudies who cleared every one of the seven papers was 7, 080; the pass rate for the hopefuls was recorded at 47.22. Consequences of three understudies had must be withheld.
The BIEK's journal additionally announced that 2,620 competitors cleared six papers, the pass rate for which was 17.47, while 1,723 understudies figured out how to clear five papers; 11.49 was recorded as the passing rate.
A sum of 1,259 hopefuls cleared four papers, of which the pass rate was figured to be 8.40, though 918 understudies cleared three papers; 6.12 was recorded as the passing rate.
According to the periodical, 738 applicants passed two while 529 understudies could clear just a single paper, the passing rates for which were recorded to be 4.92 and 3.53.