Ahmad Sohail Raises the Benchmark Higher
Lawrence College attained third position in SSC Part-II Rawalpindi Board Exam 2018. Ahmad Sohail secured third position in BISE Rawalpindi by securing 1078/1100 marks, highest marks scored by any Gallian in SSC. He belongs to the city of Liaqatpur, District Rahim Yar Khan, in the southern Punjab. He has been studying and residing in the College for the last four years. Ahmad Sohail earned recognition of an assiduous student who is confident and equally diligent in co-curricular activities. He ascribes his achievement to his parents and teachers whom he rates as source of inspiration for him. In practical life, Ahmad aspires to be a CSP officer.
Gallians Prove their Mettle in SSC Examination
The inspirational guidance of the Principal to the students has finally brought the best ever result in history of the College. It is the outcome of untiring efforts and round the clock interest of the Vice Principal and Headmaster Senior School Mr. Arshad Iqbal Chaudhry. Continuous guidance and supervision of the teachers also played the pivotal role in bringing such an extraordinary improvement as they never relaxed in expending efforts to raise the benchmarks which are synonymous with the College motto ‘Never give In’.
38 out of 41 students who appeared in the examination got A+ grade while three students secured A grade. Ahmed Sohail attained third position in SSC Part II Rawalpindi Board Exam 2018 and stood first in the College by scoring 1078 marks while Shahzad Ahmad with 1059 and Muhammad Musawer Khan with 1057 marks got second and third positions respectively.
A+: (80% and above): 38 Students
A: (70% to 79.9%): 03 Students
Above 90%: 25 Students
Overall GPA: 5.93 (at the scale of 6)
Overall Class Percentage (Marks obtained): 90.25%
Intermediate Part-I Result 2017 – Stellar Performance
Our students have made us all proud yet again by showcasing a stellar result. This type of result is always the outcome of strenuous efforts by the students under the able guidance of teachers and envisioned patronage of the Principal.
This year, 49 students appeared for HSSC part-I Examination 2017. 23 students passed their examination by securing A+ Grade, 16 students got A Grade while 9 students secured B Grade. M. Ubaid-ur-Rahman stood first by securing 91.35 percentage. Muhammad Abdullah remained second by obtaining 91.15 percentage while Abdul Wajid bagged third position by securing 90.96 percentage.
An Outstanding Result 2017 – Intermediate Part II
Resolute will and eternal optimism of the Principal LCGG, Brig (Retd) Mujahid Alam, added yet another fine plume to the cap of Lawrence College. We feel immense pleasure in sharing this year’s Intermediate Part-II result, which is again remarkable and better than ever. The result is the outcome of untiring efforts and round the clock interest of the Vice Principal and Headmaster Senior School, M. Arshad Iqbal Chaudhry. Continuous guidance and supervision of the teachers also played the pivotal role in bringing such extraordinary improvement as they never relaxed in expending efforts to raise the benchmarks which are synonymous with the College motto ‘Never Give In’.
This year, 58 students appeared for HSSC Part-II Examination 2017. 26 students passed their examination by securing A+ Grade, 17 students got A Grade while 15 students secured B Grade. Syed Hassan Mohyuddin Gilani stood first by securing 1024/1100 marks with a percentage of 93.09, which is the highest percentage ever achieved by any student of LC. Ehsan-ul-Haq remained second by obtaining 1004/1100 marks while Zibrak Hasees Janjua Khan secured third position by securing 999/1100 marks.
We present our heartiest congratulations to the high achievers and their proud parents. We wish them the very best of luck for their future endeavours.
Gallians raise the benchmark very high in SSC Part-I Result, 2017
The motivational guidance of the Principal, Brig (Retd) Mujahid Alam, to the students has finally brought the best ever result in SSC Part-I Examination. The Vice Principal and Headmaster Senior School, M. Arshad Iqbal Chaudhry, inculcated a sense of managerial and parental role among the teachers of Senior School which, in turn, aroused in them a sheer desire of producing outstanding results just as they desire for their own sons. This round the clock interest by the Principal, untiring efforts of the Vice Principal, burning midnight oil by the teachers and hard work of students, culminated in A+ Grades except three A Grades.
This year, 43 students appeared for SSC Part-I Examination 2017. 40 students passed their examination by securing A+ Grade while 3 students scored A Grade. Ahmed Sohail stood first by securing 498/505 marks with a percentage of 98.61, which is the highest percentage ever achieved by any student of LC. Shahzad Ahmad remained second by obtaining 485/505 marks while Musawwar Khan secured third position by securing 481/505 marks.
SSC Part-II Result, 2017
Special Assembly in the Honour of High Achievers in SSC Part-II, 2017
A special assembly was held in the Senior School on 2nd August, 2017 to honour and appreciate the high achievers in SSC Part-II Examination, 2017.
Principal Lawrence College was the Chief Guest on the occasion. He shook hands with the high achievers and the teachers of SSC Class. Fifty three high achievers in academics, who got A+ grade, were awarded ‘Principal’s Honour Badges’. Top ten students were awarded cash prizes while top three students were awarded gold medals under Raja Zahur Khan Academic Excellence Award. Asfeer Sohail Khan and Osaja Hassan Zaidi have been awarded full scholarship on showing excellent performance in SSC Part-II Examination.
The Principal, in his speech on the occasion, highly commended the hard work of the students who had scored high grades with their dedication and honest genuine efforts. He also appreciated the sincere efforts of the Vice Principal/Headmaster Senior School M Arshad Iqbal Ch., Deputy Headmaster Mr. M. Ishaque Khan, housemasters and teachers who remain busy with the boys 24/7 and without whose devotion this success would not have been possible.