OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education on Saturday re-announced the Intermediate Part-I result. The result was earlier announced on October 17, and after the massive protests by students against enormous errors in the results and Result Late (RL), the Punjab government cancelled the results of all eight boards of the province. The government had ordered to recheck the result and re-announce within 45 days. The BISE announced the result, claiming it 'error free. According to the provincial education minister the other boards of Punjab will also announce their revised results within 45 days. The Lahore board organised a special ceremony at boards examination center wherein Punjab Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shuja-ur-Rahman, Lahore board chairman Dr Allah Bakhash and other senior officials addressed on the occasion. According to the revised result, total 124,702 students took the Intermediate Part-I exam and 62,647 of them passed it. Earlier, the board declared 49,435 candidates as pass. The pass percentage in the revised result has gone up to 50.26 per cent from the previous 39.64 per cent. According to the revised results, Government College University pre-engineering student Muhammad Umar stood first by securing 493 marks. Zamad Gilnai of Government College University got first position in pre-medical group (boys) with 471 marks while in the same group (girls), Zabreen Tahir of Government Kinnaird College stood first with 473 marks. In general science group (boys), Muhammad Aamir Eyyaz of Government College University bagged first position by obtaining 474 marks while among girls, Fatima Qamar of Kinnaird College declared as first position holder with 479 marks. A private student Ziaul Haq stood first in Humanities group (boys) with 468 marks and the same group (girls), Ammara Yousuf of Government College for Women Warburton (Nankana) declared as first with 483 marks. In pre-engineering group (boys), Muhammad Umer of GCU bagged first position with 493 marks while Fatima Khurshid of Punjab College gained first position with 485 marks among girls in same group. In commerce group (boys), Zohaib Siddiqui of Punjab College stood first by obtaining 487 marks while Saba Kanwal of the Punjab College stood first with 489 among girls in commerce group. Education Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman while addressing the ceremony appreciated the board officials for working day and night and announcing the result after removing errors before the given deadline. The minister said the government had introduced the computerised system to facilitate the students and to eliminate errors. But unfortunately, he said, they could not get expected results from newly introduced computerized system. He said Judicial Inquiry Committee was probing the issue. We have engaged new team of computer experts now to enhance the system and the computerized and manual system would be used parallel in order to avoid any mess in future, the minister added. The minister also admitted that there were mafias inside and outside the board who tempered the results and changed the positions of the students. He, however, did not give any plan to counter these mafias. He also announced one increment on basic pay to the board employees in reward of their 'hard work to prepare the result.