PISQ students set new highest marks record in SSC-II Annual Exam
October 09 2021 12:44 AM
Clockwise from left top: Hafsah Shoaib, Mariam Fatima, Azka Qazi, Hafsa Imran, Hareem Khan, Imran Wa
Clockwise from left top: Hafsah Shoaib, Mariam Fatima, Azka Qazi, Hafsa Imran, Hareem Khan, Imran Waqar Mianm Syeda Masooma Shah

The students of Pakistan International School, Qatar (PISQ) have made their mark with a record-breaking performance in the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Examination 2021 of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE), Islamabad.
Four students of PISQ were among the toppers in Doha with each scoring 1090 marks out of 1100. As many as 35 students of PISQ crossed the 1,000-marks threshold.
Hafsa Imran, Hafsah Shoaib, Syeda Masooma Shah and Imran Waqar Mian stood first with record highest score of 1090 among all Doha-based Pakistani schools in the Science group, according to a PISQ statement.
Hareem Khan came second with 1088 while Mariam Fatima and Azka Qazi shared the third position in the school by securing 1086 marks each in the Science group.
In the Humanities group of Secondary School Certificate Examination, Sara Arif Zaman stood first in the school with 1038 marks, Shaima Mohammad Ijaz came second with 1032 marks and Rawida Gul third with 964 marks.
This year, a total of 154 students of PISQ sat for the SSC-II Examination and all of them stood victorious producing 100% results. The school made an impressive show of academic excellence by scoring 69 ‘A1’, 21 ‘A’ and the rest passed with ‘B’ and ‘C’ grades.
PISQ principal Nargis Raza Otho congratulated all the students, their parents, and teachers on this historic achievement. She appreciated the students’ and teachers’ efforts in maintaining excellent results despite the challenging times. She wished students good luck for their future endeavours.
Pakistan’s ambassador to Qatar, Syed Ahsan Raza Shah, also congratulated the school principal, teachers, students and their parents on the laudable results in the Federal Board Examinations. The envoy extended his warm wishes to the students, teachers, and parents on this momentous occasion and wished the students good luck in their future academic pursuits.
Following students crossed the 1,000-marks threshold: Hafsa Imran, Hafsah Shoaib, Syeda Masooma Shah, Imran Waqar Mian (all 1090), Hareem Khan (1088), Mariam Fatima, Azka Qazi (both 1086), Nismah Bangash (1080), Abdullah Ejaz Janjua, Muhamad Umair Khan, Heeba Fakhruddin (all 1079 marks), Aisha Mir Nabi Khan (1078), Maimoona Imran (1076), Zainab Farhad (1065), Razya Mir Muhamad (1064), Mahnoor Fazal Ur Rehman (1056), Tamim Muhamad Farooq (1049), Umama Zaheer (1047), Alya Abdullah Din, Eiman Hamid Mahmood, Syeda Sadaf Gillani (all 1046), Muhamed Ahmed Jamil (1042), Mohammad Riaz Mohammad Khan, Huda Arshad (both 1039), Sara Arif Zaman (1038), Manal Rauf, Shaima Mohammad Ijaz (both 1032), Sobhan Ahmadifard (1025), Rushba Zaib (1023), Abdullah Sattar, Amna Sajjad Hussain (both 1017), Manahil Saeed, Laiba Hussain (1006), Saira Younas Khan (1005) and Mariam Jangraiz Khan (1000).



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