The HSSC Part 1 and part 2 results for the year 2013 has been declared by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education BISE Swat and boys have clinched the top three positions in the Annual Exams Results.
Swat Education Board Intermediate Results 2013
The total number of students appearing for the exams was 31673 and 23295 got successful out of the total students and hence the passing percentage remained 73.54% while the top 13 positions out of 20 are taken by the students of Government Degree College, Mingora.
The total number of students appearing for the HSSC part 1 exams was 15710 and 11,194 students out of them got successful. Similarly total students appearing for HSSC Part 2 were 15963 and 12101 out of them got successful.
The overall first position was obtained by Abbas Iqbal as he secured 962 marks out of total 1100 and Asad ullah obtained 2nd position by securing 955 marks and third position was obtained by Mohammad Faraz Khan as he secured 953 marks.
The first position was obtained by Abbas Iqbal of Cadet College Swat in the Pre-Medical Category, second position was obtained by Faraz Khan who is the student of GDC Mingora and the third position was obtained by Ammara Khan who is the student of Swat Public School as she secured 948 marks.
The first position was obtained by Asad ullah who is the student of GDC Mingora in the Pre-Engineering category, the second position was obtained by Mohammad Zakir Khan as he secured 945 marks and the third position was clinched by Fawad Ahmed as he secured 943 marks.
The first position was obtained by Nisar Aham in the Humanities Group as he secured 882 marks and the second position was obtained by Amir Sohail who is the student of Government Higher Secondary School Agarai as she secured 867 marks and the third position was clinched by Maryam Habib who is the student of Government Girls Degree College Khwaza Khela as she secured 830 marks.
All the top 20 position holders were given cash prizes. Following amounts were given to the top three position holders of Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering and Humanities Group, 50,000, 45000 and 40,000 rupees and a cash prize of 20,000 was awarded to 11 students.