DERA GHAZI KHAN/SARGODHA/-GUJRANWALA-The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) DG Khan announced the result of Intermediate (Part-I) annual examination 2016 on Monday.

Talking to The Nation, Deputy Controller of Examination Sheikh Amjad Hussain informed that a total of 35,775 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 19,733 candidates were declared successful with a 56.80 percentage. He said that in pre-medical group, a total of 14,977 candidates appeared in the exam including 7,620 girls, out of which 9,908 including 4,862 girls were declared successful.

In the pre-engineering group, a total of 7,640 candidates appeared in the exam including 1,504 girls out of which 4,677 candidates were declared successful including 932 girls. In the humanities group, a total of 6,504 candidates appeared in the exam including 3,414 girls out of which 3,088 candidates were declared successful including 1899 girls.

In the Commerce group, a total of 204 candidates appeared in the exam including 34 girls out of which 71 candidates were declared successful including 15 girls.

He also informed that five unfair means cases (UMC) were registered against candidates during the exam. All five cases have been proven and candidates have been punished. No other cases are under trial at present.

In Sargodha, the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education declared the result of intermediate 1st year annual examination 2016. According to the BISE Controller (examinations), a total 34,295 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 20,036 succeeded in passing with a percentage of 57.10 percent. The sources informed that candidates can approach the BISE office till October 25, for rechecking of the papers after submitting fee of Rs1,050.

In Gujranwala, the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education announced the result of inter part-I annual examination 2016. According to the result, 106,729 candidates appeared in the examination, of which 51,264 candidates were declared successful with 48.03 passing percentage.

In pre medical, a total 18,804 candidates were appeared out of which 12,973 got through. In pre-engineering, a total of 1,393 appeared and 9,187 declared successful. In general science group, a total of 14,819 candidates appeared in the exam, out of which 7,274 passed. Similarly in commerce group, a total 12,300 appeared of which 5,639 were declared successful.