Islamabad -  It was a day filled with jubilations, honour and excitement as the students of the Roots Ivy International, DHA-1 Campus, celebrated the outstanding success in the Cambridge International Examinations.

CEO Roots Ivy International Khadija Mushtaq congratulated all the high achievers in a special honorary ceremony to commend the hard work and efforts of these outstanding students and the teachers. More than 25 students from Roots Ivy International from all over Pakistan including the newly built Faisalabad campus were able to secure distinctions in various subjects in CIE.

Muhammad Armughan and Ammara Aqeel got best across five Cambridge International AS Levels in Pakistan, while Waleed Khan got best across four Cambridge International A-Levels in Pakistan topping in Pakistan in chemistry, biology, physics and maths. Minahil Sara Wasim topped in biology in Pakistan in the Cambridge IGCSE level. Shaiza Haider topped in business studies in Pakistan in the Cambridge IGCSE level, while Aiman Khurram topped in business studies in Cambridge International A Level. Ghadia Batool topped in Urdu language in AS Levels in Pakistan. Eeman Abbasi topped in environmental management in AS Levels in Pakistan. Muhammad Salar topped in general paper in AS Levels in Pakistan. In Roots Ivy International Faisalabad campus, Ammara Aqeel got in best across five Cambridge International AS Levels, Talha Bin Ejaz got top in economics in Lahore region, Khadija Haider Roy got top in Islamiat in Lahore region, Amna Naeem got top in Pakistan Studies in Lahore region, Syeda Shahzeen Fatima Shah got top in Urdu language in Lahore region.

Uzma Yusuf, country director CIE Pakistan, also congratulated the students across Pakistan on their outstanding results in Cambridge examinations.  Khadija Mushtaq along with the staff members, parents and students celebrated the CIE achievement award ceremony to appreciate and motivate the students.