MARDAN: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, administration announced the results at a function organised here on Thursday to honour the HSSC Result 2022 Position Holder students.
The function was also attended by parents of the students.
Urooj Gul Khattak, a girl student of Peace School and College, Nowshera cantonment, has secured top position in the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examinations held under the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Mardan.
Elementary and Secondary Education Department secretary Mutasim Billah Shah was the chief guest on this occasion.
Announcing the results of HSSC annual examinations-2022, officials of Mardan board said that Urooj Gul Khattak, a student of Peace School and College, Nowshera cantonment, had clinched the first position by obtaining 1,068 marks of total 1,100 marks.
The second position was shared by three students who secured 1,061 marks each. They included Mohammad Talha of Peace School and College, Nowshera Cantt; Anam Rahman of Peace Group of Schools and Colleges, Mardan; and Imaan Maqsood Ahmad of Dr Atta Shaheed Memorial College, Pabbi Nowshera.
Saba Mashal of Quaid-i-Azam Girls College, Maini Chowk Kotha-Swabi, secured third position by getting 1,058 marks. All the top three position-holders are from the pre-medical group.
In the pre-engineering group, Muskan Ahmad of Quaid-i-Azam Girls College, Swabi, stood first with 1,054 marks and Aman Alam of Ghazali College for Women, Mardan, second with 1,046 marks. Eman Naseem of Girls Cadet College, Mardan, and Mohammad Saqib Tariq of the Orbit College Thand Koi, Swabi, shared the third position by securing 1,044 marks.
In general science group, Mohammad Hamza of Jinnah Model School andCollege, Yar Hussain Swabi, clinched first position by getting 1,009 marks. Moeen Ahmad of Orbit College, Thand Koi Swabi, and Saud Khan of the Glorious College of Science and Technology, Swabi, obtained 999 and 985 marks and stood second and third, respectively.
In the humanities group, Mohammad Rahman of Government Higher Secondary School, Sikandari Swabi, got first position by securing 1,029 marks.
The second position was shared by Zabaish of Government Girls’ Higher Secondary School, Kheshgi Payan Nowshera, and Umar Farooq of Government Higher Secondary School, Thand Koi Swabi, by getting 991 marks. Madiha Naz of Right Future College, Takhtbhai Mardan, clinched third position by securing 990 marks.Google Ads