LAHORE - Top positions in the intermediate examination were grabbed by students of private colleges as the BISE chairman announced names of the position holders yesterday.

The results for the other students will be available today (Saturday). A ceremony in honour of position holders will be held at Alhamra Hall.

As per details, Ubaedullah Muhammad Naeem of Punjab College of Science remained on top by securing 1054 marks. Usman Khalid from Pak Turk International Higher Secondary School got the second position securing 1052 marks. The third position was shared by three candidates - Ahmad Zia from KIPS College and Sibghatallah Anwar and Muhammad Umar from Punjab College - securing 1045 marks.

In the pre-engineering group (females), Sibghatallah Anwar, Minahil Raza, and Michelle Akaishi stood first, second and third by securing 1045, 1041 and 1039 marks respectively.

In the pre-engineering group (boys), Ubaedullah Muhammad Naim, Usman Khalid, and Ahmad Zia got first, second and third position respectively.

In the pre-medical group (girls), Ruhma Malik and Dania Jamil from KIPS Intermediate Girls College Johar Town bagged first and second position by securing 1043 and 1042 marks respectively.

The third position in the pre-medical (girls) was shared by three candidates as they all secured 1041 marks. Maliha Zubair, Dur-e-Najaf, and Ain-ul-Haq from KIPS College and Punjab College bagged the third position.

In boys category, Muhammad Umar Hassan and Tajamal Hayat from Punjab College of Science and Government College University (GCU) Lahore stood first and second by securing 1045 and 1042 marks respectively. The third position was shared by Hafiz Sohail Ashraf and Tousif ur Rehman from GCU Lahore and Pak Turk International Higher Secondary School as they got 1041 marks each.

In the general science group (female), Khadija Kamran, Amna Iqbal and Samin Mehtab from Kinnaird College and Punjab College stood first, second and third as they got 1022, 1015 and 1014 marks respectively.

In the GS (boys), Hamza Baig, Hafiz Muhammad Ahmad and Muhammad Zaid from GCU Lahore and Punjab College got first, second and third position as they secured 1022, 1020 and 1017 marks.