AKUEB ‘High Achievers’ awarded at Aga Khan Girls Higher Secondary School, Koragh

AKUEB ‘High Achievers’ awarded at Aga Khan Girls Higher Secondary School, Koragh

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By Gul Hamad Farooqi

CHITRAL: High achieving students of the AKU Examination Board were awarded with prizes at a special ceremony held at the Aga Khan Girls Higher Secondary School, Koragh.

The program started with the recitation of verses from the Quran, followed by Naat and national song, performed by grade 10 students.

The recipients of the awards included, Ali Nawaz Khan son of  Sher Nawaz Khan who secured 1000 marks out of 1100 in Secondary School certificate part II, and got 3rd position in Science Group  at AKUEB:

Hanif Ali son of  Ali Murad 507 marks out of 550 with distinction position in Mathematics.  Wasima Naz obtained 98% marks in Islamyat  Daughter of Farman Ali got 990 marks out of 1100 in SSC part II secured 17th Position in overall board:

Hira Naz daughter of Gul Ajab got 1027 marks in 1100 marks and success to got 1st position  in AKU EB overall in Pakistan with distinction position in Urdu by obtaining 97% marks:

Sultana Burhan, Principal of the school, in her speech highlighted importance of quality education and objectives of celebrating the success of the students.

Later, Brig. (r) Khush Muhammad Khan, General Manager, stressed upon the students to work harder to maintain the successes and build on them.

Assistant Commissioner Mastuj  Hameedullah Khattak also hailed efforts and contribution of this educational institute in the field of rendering quality education to girls students of upper Chitral.

A large number of parents, students, teachers and intellectuals participated the award distribution ceremony.

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