Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Bahawalpur (BISE Bahawalpur) usually announce matric annual examinations result in July while it announces the name of position holders of SSC exams one day before the overall result declaration day. On result declaration day, the educational body also organizes the prize distribution ceremony in honor of position holders. Let’s have a look at the history of the BISE Bahawalpur Board SSC result.
BISE Bahawalpur board announced SSC matric result 2016 on the 25th of July and it announced the name of toppers of SSC annual exams 2016 one day earlier.
As per the announced result by the officials of BISE Bahawalpur board, Bisma Qureshi secured the first position by obtaining 1085 marks. Afifa Latif clinched the second position by obtaining 1077 marks while Muhammad Awais bin Abdul Malik, Soha Tariq, and Irza Ali shared the third position by obtaining 1075 marks each.
A total of 73,154 candidates appeared in the exams while 55,375 candidates passed the exam s and that’s why the pass percentage was remained “75.70%”.
Board of Intermediate and secondary education, Bahawalpur (BISE Bahawalpur) announced matric result 2014 on July 25thand announced the name of position holders on the 24th of July. As per the declared results of Bahawalpur board, the first position was clinched by Zubda Hameed of Government Girls high school and she secured 1060 marks.
The second position in the exams was shared by Aleeza Maimoona, Armeen Kashif and Hafiz Muhammad Ajmal Saleem by securing 1057 marks each.
The third position in SSC exams was clinched by Tahreem Saleemi of Al-Huda grammar school by securing 1054 marks.
BISE Bahawalpur Board Matric Result 2012
BISE Bahawalpur board announced SSC result 2012 on July 25th and the board announced the name of position holders on July 24th one day before the overall result declaration. According to the result stats, almost 58,876 candidates appeared in the exams and the passing percentage of the students remained at 62.83%.
In SSC exams, the first position was shared by Maria Zaib of Alpine girls high school and Amna Shahid of Muslim Public girls high school with 1017 marks while Ujala Khalid and Muhammad Ahmed Latif shared the second position with 1015 marks. The third position in the exams was clinched by Maryam hanif of Ummul Qura girls public school with 1013 marks.