Thursday, March 17, 2011

HSC Part II Pre-Engineering & Science General (Karachi) Supplementary Result Announced

Controller of Examinations, Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK), Prof.. Agha Akber Mirza, on Thursday announced the results of Supplementary Examinations 2010 Pre-Engineering and Science General Group.

According to the gazette issued here, 5,246 male candidates registered for the Pre-Engineering Supplementary Exams and 5,056 appeared. Meanwhile, 2,526 students were declared pass and overall pass percentage was 49.96.

The gazette shows that 1,574 female candidates registered and 1,509 appeared while 627 students passed the supplementary exams. The overall pass percentage was 41.55. At least two unfair means cases were reported during and after the examinations, Mirza said.

Furthermore, five male candidates got A-1 grade while 22 male students and six female students got A-grade in the supplementary examinations. Moreover, 102 male candidates and 37 female got B-grade whereas 634 male and 252 female students passed their exams with C-grade, he said.

In addition, 1,637 male students and 326 female candidates were declared pass in the D grade and 123 male and six female students got E grade while three male candidates passed without any grade, he added.

On the other hand, 460 male candidates were registered and 445 appeared in the Science General Group supplementary examinations whereas 228 students managed to pass their exams. The overall pass percentage was 51.24, Mirza declared.

At least 247 female students were registered of which 236 appeared and 83 managed to pass their exams. The overall pass percentage was 35.17, he said.

Not a single candidate got A-1 or A grade in the supplementary exams of the science general group. While 17 male and eight female students got B grade whereas 77 male and 53 female students got C grade in the exams, he said.

Meanwhile, 125 male and 22 female students got D grade and nine male students got E grade, he further said.

The marks sheets would be issued after two weeks from their respective institutions. The candidates should not visit the BIEK to collect their mark sheets because the board would not entertain them in this regard. The scrutiny of answer book(s) could be done on payment of prescribed fee along with application within 40 days of the declaration of the result, Mirza added.

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