95% pass FDE grade 5 and 8 exams

April 07, 2020

Islamabad:The Federal Directorate of Education, which oversees government schools in Islamabad Capital Territory, on Monday announced the results of the annual central examination of fifth grade and...

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Islamabad:The Federal Directorate of Education, which oversees government schools in Islamabad Capital Territory, on Monday announced the results of the annual central examination of fifth grade and scholarship exam of eighth grade with the overall pass rate being around 95 per cent.

According to the results, 25,708 students sat the fifth grade examination and 24,528 of them turned out to be successful with the pass percentage being 95.35. On the other hand, 2,799 students appeared in the eighth grade scholarship exam and 2,648 of them were declared successful with 94.61 percentage pass rate.

The girls grabbed top three positions in 5th grade exam, while in eighth grade examination, the first position was bagged by a student of Ali Trust and second and third positions by others.

The first position in class five was clinched by Mishal Fatima of Islamabad Model College F/7-4 with 583 marks. The second position was taken by Fatima Ghafar from Islamabad Model College G/10-2 with 581 marks. However, the third position was achieved by Aysha Khan from Islamabad Model College F/7-4 with 579 marks.

Similarly, the first position in class 8th was taken by a student Imam Bux from Ali Trust with 682 marks. However, the second position was shared by two students Junaid Hakim and Mishal Javed with 676 marks. The third position of class eight was also shared by Mah Noor Khursheed and Wareesha Batool with 675 marks.

Ali Trust College remained on top with 47 scholarships, while Islamabad Model school G/6-1-3 remained on second with 14 scholarships. The KRL Grammar School achieved 13 scholarships and remained on number three.

The FDE informed that the gazette had been uploaded on the website: result.fde.gov.pk and it could be downloaded from it. In wake of coronavirus, the FDE had strictly barred students to visit schools for results, stating that the same had been placed on its website. The students had also been advised to contact their schools through phone for admission in next class and books.



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