Thursday, February 26, 2015

Students of the Roots Millennium School excel in Cambridge International Examinations

Islamabad, students Roots Millennium School (RMS), I-3.9 campus, good results in the Cambridge International Examinations, says a press release.

As much as 19 students have received Roots differences in various subjects.

Zeeshan Shahid and Nasir Taimoor overcome Pakistan in the Cambridge IGCSE level.

Aashir Shahid has been in the best of five stages Cambridge International AS, while Zeeshan Shahid wall Pakistan in chemistry, Taimoor Nasir Pakistan overcame first English language. Taimoor Nasir also got the high price of additional mathematics performance IGCSE Cambridge.

Aina Jamshed Khanzada crowned in Accounting and Information & Communication Technology in Islamabad, while Osama bin Shafqat overcome in ICT for Cambridge International A Level.

Uzma Yousuf Zaka, Country Director, Pakistan, said: "I am very proud to congratulate the students in Pakistan on the excellent results in the Cambridge exams It is encouraging a high standard of education offered by the schools as a whole. reflected by these exceptional results to identify the country. "These outstanding results will be recognized by employers and universities worldwide as proof of academic excellence.

RMS chief Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq, IT managers, directors, consultants and students celebrate the end around Islamabad. A ceremony was on campus RCI, Millennium, I-3.9, in which students received prizes instead. The high appreciation for the opportunities provided by the school and stressed that their extraordinary achievements would be without the support and constant encouragement from their school counselors, teachers and directors possible.