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CAMBRIDGE RECOGNISES PAKISTANI STUDENTS

Posted by Br Gary Wilson/ Hadayat Nazar on 23 July 2021
CAMBRIDGE RECOGNISES PAKISTANI STUDENTS

Schools worldwide want to salute their achieving students. La Salle Higher Secondary School Multan is no different. In a recent academic year, two Lasallian students topped school groups in Pakistan 0-Level examinations held in November 2020.

Br. Shahzad Gill, Principal reported that "Master Muhammad Dawood Ghaffar, son of Abdul Ghaffar, has got distinction in 'Combined Science' (5129) securing 'Top in World' position. He got 'A*' in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and 'A*' in Biology".

Muhammad, 15, had been studying the international Cambridge Course since Year 8, offered by many formally mission-schools in Pakistan. He also enjoys plenty of out-of-class school activities.

Not to be outdone, "Miss Abiah Eleen Paul, 17 year-old daughter of Rt. Rev. Roderick Leo Paul (Bishop of Multan) has got distinction in 'Religious Studies' (2048Y >>> RS) securing 'Top in Punjab (Pakistan)' position. She got 'A*' in Religious Studies. (studies in various religions is highly regarded in Muslim Pakistan, and among Christians, a very small minority in the nation).

 

Author:Br Gary Wilson/ Hadayat Nazar
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