KARACHI - Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on Monday announced two results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Part-II Science Pre-Engineering and Science General Groups Annual Examinations-2012.Female candidates have completely outshone male candidates in HSC Part-II Science General Group Annual Examinations-2012, as none of the male candidates could get any position in the list of top 11 candidates.  On the other hand, in the results of Pre-Engineering faculty males candidates secured first and third positions, while second position was obtained by a female candidate. Overall, seven male candidates successfully procured their positions in the list of top 14 candidates who got highest marks in the examination. BIEK Controller Examinations Imran Chishti disclosed the names of position holders in a ceremony, held at BIEK in honour of toppers. As per the results of HSC Pre-Engineering, Yahya Bin Shahid S/O Shahid Mian of Adamjee Govt Science College obtained first position with 90.92 per cent marks out of the total 1100 marks, Mariam Malik D/O Safdar Iqbal Malik (BAMM P.E.C.H Govt. College for Women) got second position with 89.36 per cent and Muhammad Zaheer S/O Syed Jafar Abbas (Aga Khan Higher Secondary School) secured third position with 88.81 per cent.As per statistics, a total of 25667 candidates were registered in the examination out of which 25384 appeared while around 56.65 was the overall pass percentage. A total of 1372 candidates got A-One grade in the examinations, 2882 passed in A, 3483 in B Grade, 3966 in C Grade, 2557 in D grade and only 119 candidates declared to be passed in E Grade.RESULTS OF SCIENCE GENERAL GROUP: Similarly, as many as 1938 candidates were registered in HSC Part-II Science General Group Annual Examinations out of which 1912 appeared while around 40.69 was the overall pass percentage. A total of 16 candidates got A-One grade in the examinations, 100 passed in A, 223 in B Grade, 292 in C Grade, 142 in D grade and only five candidates declared to be passed in E Grade.As per results, Fatima Idrees d/o Muhammad Idrees of Sir Syed Govt. Girls College secured first position with 89.00 per cent marks out of total 1100 marks, Sunbal Yousuf d/o Muhammad Yousuf (Bahria College Karsaz) procured second position with 87.45 per cent and Hina Hanif D/O Muhammad Hanif (Hayat ul Islam Girls College got third position with 83.18 per cent. TOPPERS SLAM POWER OUTAGE AND TARGET KILLING: Toppers of both the examinations have declared that over bad deeds made the ground in for corrupt people to rule in the country. Two female toppers, wearing Hijab, have demanded the setup up of separate professional University and colleges for women in the city and country as well, as the co-education is against the religion. They were answering to questions of media professionals in the ceremony at BIEK.They unanimously slammed the poor performance of the law enforcement agencies in the city, where citizens are being murdered brutally but law enforcers are only spectator.“Loadshedding and meagre law and order situation is the main hurdle for students in term of being prepared for the examinations. Some public colleges do not fulfil the academic needs of students that forced us to take private tuitions,” they said and acknowledged that their parents and teachers helped them in getting such remarkable position. 49 INSTITUTES PRODUCE BELOW 30 PER CENT RESULTS: BIEK Chairman Prof Anwar Ahmed Zai, while speaking at the ceremony, said that the affiliation-cancellation issue of the educational institutes, who produced below 30 per cent results, has been decided to be raised in the meeting of Inter-Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) Sindh. He expressed sorrow over the performance of the public educational institutions; their heads always make promises to enhance their performance in future but they do nothing. In the last results of HSC Part-II Pre-Medical as many as 11 institutions, including nine private and two governments, produce zero percent results, while in the same faculty 81 institutions, including 63 governments and 18 private, produced below 30 per cent results, he said and added that in the pre-medical results 49 institutions, including 37 governments and 12 private, produce produced below 30 per cent results.    The BIEK chief congratulated all position holders especially to their parents and college teachers on their success. On the occasion, Secretary BIEK Haider Ali Naveen, heads of various public and private institutions and other officials of the board were also present.