KARACHI - The Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) on Wednesday announced the results of the Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) Part-II Science Pre-Medical Annual Examination-2009 in which BAMM PECHS Government College for Women has won all top three positions and fifth place in the examination. In this way the girls students once again have shone out boys in results of the examination by procuring five out of six positions. It is pertinent to mention here that BAMM PECHS Govt College for Women Karachi had also won two top positions in the results of HSC Part-II Science Pre-Medical Annual Examination-2008. The percentage of the said results is 51.71 per cent, which is nearly equivalent to the last years results. As many as 42 colleges and higher secondary schools of the city have produced less than 10 percent results, while 4 institutions turned out zero pass percentage in the examination. As per statistics, a total of 16,201 candidates got registered themselves in the examination out of which 15,969, including 3,319 male and 12,650 female, appeared while 8,275 (1,325 male, 6,932 female) candidates declared to be passed. A total of 538 candidates got A-One grade in the examinations, 2,190 passed in A, 2,724 in B Grade, 2,197 in C Grade, 596 in D grade and only 12 candidates declared to be passed in E Grade. Conversely, Anoosha Asma D/O Muhammad Waseem obtained first position with 88.54 percent marks out of total 1100 marks, Afaf Anis D/O Muhammad Anis got second position with 87.81 percent, Amber Waqar D/O syed Waqar Ahmed secured third position with 87.54 percent, Muhammad Osama S/O Tanweer Shahid (Adamjee Govt Science College) procured fourth position with 87.27 percent, Anum Arif D/O Arif Hussain Anjum , secured fifth position with 87.09 percent and Maryam Irshad D/O Muhammad Irshad (Bharia College Karsaz) got sixth position with 86.72 percent. Delay in admission policy denounced The position holders of the examination, while talking to newsmen in a ceremony held at BIEK in honour of position holders, have denounced delay in announcement of admission policy for medical colleges by the concerned authorities, and said that admission policy for medical colleges should have been announced one year before in order to facilitate the students. They said, Condensed traffic, loadshedding and violence in the city were the main civic problems. The support of parents and guardians helped in obtaining the positions in the examinations. However loadshedding have been main problem in term of preparing for the examination. Students believe that examination preparation in any tuition centre is better than college education, they said. Male students reluctant towards MBBS BIEK Chairman Professor Anwar Ahmed Zai, while speaking at the ceremony, congratulated all position holders especially to their parents and teachers, and said that female candidates in the medical profession were taking more interest day by day, while boys reluctance towards medical profession was matter of concern for policy makers. This year only 3,401 male candidates got registered themselves into the pre-medical examination, on contrary to that 12,800 female candidates were registered out of total 16,201 registration, he said. BIEK has introduced new computerised marks sheets this year in order to ensure the reliability of the marks sheets as the administration was engaged in fighting with the cheating mafia at the board. Next year, new examination method will be introduced in the papers of XI and XII classes, he said. He also announced the cash prizes and scholarships for the position holders from first to ten, and said that each position holder will be given Rs 500 per month. Director General Colleges Sindh Dr Rafique Ahmed Siddiqui, Regional Director Colleges and other dignitaries also attended the ceremony.