Islamabad - Over 70 learners in Islamabad will receive awards for exceptional performance in Cambridge examinations, including 17 learners who achieved the highest marks in the world and 16 learners who attained the highest marks in Pakistan in a single subject.
Cambridge International Examinations yesterday announced the winners of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, Islamabad, Pakistan. The awards celebrate the outstanding academic achievements of secondary school learners in Pakistan in the June and November 2015 Cambridge examination series.
The schools will be hosting individual awards ceremonies to celebrate their learners’ achievements in their respective institutions. The awards also celebrate the achievements of those learners who have been recognised for ‘High Achievement’ based on outstanding performance in subjects which are not yet so widely taken in Pakistan, and learners who have achieved the total highest cumulative marks across a number of subjects.
The students who topped in the world in various subjects include Muhammad Umar who secured distinction in computing and further mathematics, Wahdana Bilal (law), Faiz Rafiq (Islamiat), Nimra Awais (Islamiat), Wasi Sami Siddiqui (Pak Studies), Mohammad Omair (chemistry), Ahmed Shahmir Abubakar (computer science), Saud Afzal Shafi (economics), Faiza Ahmed (English literature), Muhammad Usama Mirza (Mathematics Syllabus D), Amna Ahmed Gillani (physics), Fahad Zahid (physics). The high achievement award in Cambridge International AS Level of Environmental Management went to Meher Jamy and Wassay Abdul Razaque bagged the same distinction in Cambridge IGCSE in the subjects of additional mathematics.
The high achievement award in Cambridge International AS Level of Environmental Management went to Meher Jamy of Beaconhouse School System North, and Wassay Abdul Razaque of Headstart School bagged the same distinction in Cambridge IGCSE in the subjects of additional mathematics.