59.87% students pass all BISEs Intermediate Part II 2018 Examinations

All educational Boards of Punjab have declared FA/FSC/ICS/I.Com part II 2018 results on September 12, 2018. In addition, Punjab Group of Colleges (PGC) secured around 153 positions in all over Punjab Boards.

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PGC was one of the leading institutes in Punjab for the representation of 11th and 12th class results. It was continuing its standard services for only the enhancement of its all educational corpus in Punjab Province. PGC secured 3 overall positions and the 21 top positions in Punjab. It was evaporated the weaknesses and constructed an astonishing hub for the generation of astounding results.

Moreover, Govt. Degree College Bahawalpur confirmed overall 1st position, PGC clinched 10, and Superior Group of Colleges secured 2 positions in BISE Bahawalpur.  PGC achieved 3 overall positions and top 10 positions in D.G. Khan Board.  On the other hand, 3 positions were secured by Govt. PG Layyah and 3 positions accomplished be Govt. College Women Muzzafargarh.

In BISE Gujranwala, PGC secured 3 over positions and 28 top positions. Furthermore, KIPS clinched 2 and Superior College nailed 3 positions. DPS Sahiwal accomplished 2 overall positions and 6 total positions. PGC achieved 11 top positions.

ILM College of Sargodha earned overall 1st position and 4 in total positions. DPS College Khushab achieved an overall 2nd position in Sargodha Board. PGC stood out on top 10 positions and superior College earned 3 positions.    

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In Rawalpindi Board,   PGC achieved 2 overall positions with 18 top positions. Superior College secured 1 position and Kallar Kahar Science College Chakwal secured 3 positions. In Faisalabad, PGC earned 3 overall positions, KIPS 6, and Superior College secured 2 positions.  

Similarly, PGC Multan notched overall 1st and 3rd position with 11 top positions. KIPS clinched 4, Nishat Secured 2, and Burten College nailed 2 positions in Multan Board.