Gilgit-Baltistan: KIU Announced HSSC-I Results, 34.3 Percent Passing Rate

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Gilgit (PT): Out of a total of 8,661 students who appeared in the HSSC – I exams conducted by the Karakuram International University, only 2973 were able to qualify. According to results announced today, only 12.6 percent students from Diamer were able to pass the exams, while in Ghangche and Hunza-Nagar 24.15 and 24.26 percent of the students were able to qualify, respectively. The performance of students from Ghizar was slightly better, at 33.67, Skardu at 32.76 and in Astore the pass percentage was at 40.28. In Gilgit 41.58 percent of the students were able to pass.

According to results shared by the KIU Examination Board, Muneera Ahmad of Global Higher Secondary School stood first in the Pre-Medical group, Asif Hussain of Govt Degree college stood second, while the third position was clinched by Alamdar Ali of Govt Degree College Danyore. Iman ur Rehman of Govt Degree College Juital stood first in the pre-engineering group, Tanveer ud din from Guiders School and College stood second and Basharat Hussain from Govt Degree College Jutial stood third.

In General Science Group, Safeer Ahmad stood first, Tanveer Ahamd Second, while Atiya Begum clinched the third position. In the Commerce Group, Syed Sajid Hussain of Baltistan College of Commerce stood first, Iqbal Ali stood second, Nazia Abbas of Hunza Public School and College stood second, while Hanan Alam (Danyore) and Iqbal Ali (Skardu) shared the third position.

In Humanities Group, Noordil Khan of Govt Inter College Gupis stood first, Sonam Iqbal of Shaheen Degree College stood second, while the third position was shared by Jamila Bibi and Masooma Batool from Govt Girls Inter College Skardu.

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