Hazara University Announces B.Ed Results

MANSEHRA: The Hazara University on Friday declared results of the Bachelors of Education (B.Ed) examination. According to a press release, 498 male and female candidates appeared in the examination and 262 were declared successful, with a passing percentage of 53. Bushra Aziz of Mansehra College of Education stood first with 692 marks, Rahila Gul of Abbottabad second with 690 marks and Farhat Naz of Abbottabad third with 689 marks.The news

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