40 Pakistani students top Cambridge exams

By November 27, 2022Pakistan

China sentences Canadian pop star Kris Wu to 13 years for rape
England fans face stadium ban over crusader costumes in Qatar
Many schools will be hosting individual award ceremonies to celebrate their learners’ achievements
At least 40 Pakistani students topped different subjects all over the world and won "Outstanding Cambridge Learner Award" in Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE) examinations.
"Cambridge Assessment International Education is delighted to announce the winners of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, in Pakistan. The awards celebrate the outstanding academic achievements of students in Pakistan in the June 2022 Cambridge examination," according to an official statement issued on Friday.
The press release said that many schools will be hosting individual awards ceremonies to celebrate their learners’ achievements.
"In total, 277 students in Pakistan received 304 awards for exceptional performance in Cambridge examinations, including 40 students who attained the highest marks in the world in a Cambridge exam, and 43 students who attained the highest marks in Pakistan in a single subject," it added.
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards programme celebrates the success of learners taking Cambridge examinations in over 40 countries around the world.
Read more: Cambridge schools asked to include Sindhi as compulsory subject
Cambridge International places learners at the centre of their international education programmes and qualifications which are inspired by the best in educational thinking.
"I am delighted to congratulate learners from Pakistan on their academic achievements in the June 2022 Cambridge examination series," said Country Director CAIE Uzma Yousuf
She said that the awards reflect the talent and hard work of learners and acknowledge the dedication and commitment of both teachers and parents.
"We hope that this recognition of academic success will encourage learners in their future education and careers," she added.
The awards also celebrate the achievements of those learners who have been recognised for "High Achievement", based on outstanding performance in subjects which are not yet so widely taken in Pakistan, and learners who have achieved the total highest cumulative marks across several subjects.
The press release added that the winning learners out-performed thousands of candidates worldwide who sat Cambridge O Levels, Cambridge IGCSEs and Cambridge International AS & A Levels examinations in June 2022 series.
“We all know that a quality education is the greatest driver to transforming communities, societies, and lives. Our students gathered here today are a testament to that, and I want to acknowledge all of you for your brilliance, your ambition, your strength, and for simply being outstanding," said Director International Education at Cambridge University Press Ben Schmidt.
Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards are a group of awards issued by Cambridge Assessment International Education that recognise exceptional learner achievement in Cambridge examinations around the world.
COMMENTS

Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.
For more information, please see our Comments FAQ
Google Play Store services will no longer be available in Pakistan after Dec 1
Updated Nov 26, 2022
Lt Gen Faiz Hameed decides to seek early retirement: family sources
Updated Nov 26, 2022
Gen Faiz was among six senior generals considered for posts of CJCSC and the chief of army staff
Woman gives birth to baby girl at Masjid-e-Nabwi’s courtyard
Updated Nov 25, 2022
Woman was experiencing contractions indicating that she was in labour, says official
Imran springs 'surprise' on govt
Updated Nov 26, 2022
PTI to exit ‘corrupt system’; dissolves all assemblies to trigger snap polls; calls off Islamabad march to avert chaos
Schools, markets to shut from tomorrow
Updated Nov 25, 2022
Pindi admin suggests PTI to change venue of rally, sit-in
Google Play Store services will no longer be available in Pakistan after Dec 1
Updated Nov 26, 2022
Lt Gen Faiz Hameed decides to seek early retirement: family sources
Updated Nov 26, 2022
Gen Faiz was among six senior generals considered for posts of CJCSC and the chief of army staff
Afghanistan repairs 70 military planes, helicopters damaged by US
Updated Nov 25, 2022
Defense Ministry thanks Afghan Air Force's 40 pilots, technicians for returning to homeland and getting back to work
Woman gives birth to baby girl at Masjid-e-Nabwi’s courtyard
Updated Nov 25, 2022
Woman was experiencing contractions indicating that she was in labour, says official
From Sajal Aly to Feroze Khan: Presenting the Lux Style Award winners of 2022
Updated Nov 25, 2022
Here’s who won big at the 21st edition of LSA
Cambridge schools asked to include Sindhi as compulsory subject
K-P public colleges to offer free education
Floods raise education fears for millions in Pakistan
Higher education in tatters in K-P
Varsities urged to impart industry-related education
Policies urged for quality education
‘I don't have Arshad Sharif’s laptop’, says Murad Saeed
COAS inaugurates various healthcare projects of Fauji Foundation
Seven more FIRs lodged against Swati over ‘offensive tweets’
Elections will be held ‘on time’ after August 2023: PM Shehbaz
Pakistan concerned over BJP admission of involvement in Gujarat riots
Khamenei's niece urges world to cut ties with Iran over unrest
One On One: Hasan Rizvi
One On One: Fatima Tariq
Style Anatomy: Anjiya Mithani
اعظم سواتی کے خلاف کراچی، لاڑکانہ اور کوئٹہ میں مزید مقدمات درج
عمران خان استعفوں کا آغاز صدر عارف علوی سے کریں، شرجیل میمن
ملک میں سازش کاکوئی نام ہے تو وہ عمران خان ہے،فضل الرحمان
ارشد شریف کا لیپ ٹاپ میرے پاس نہیں ہے، مراد سعید
خضدار اور چاغی میں ٹریفک حادثات میں قبائلی رہنما سمیت 4 جاں بحق
لاہور میں اسلحے کے زور پر فارمیسیوں کو لوٹنے والا گروہ سرگرم
Google Play Store services will no longer be available in Pakistan after Dec 1
Lt Gen Faiz Hameed decides to seek early retirement: family sources
Woman gives birth to baby girl at Masjid-e-Nabwi’s courtyard
Imran springs 'surprise' on govt
Schools, markets to shut from tomorrow
Jawed Sheikh to Bushra Ansari, celebs mourn the loss of Pakistan’s Johny Walker – Ismail Tara
Russo-Japanese ties and Tokyo’s pro-Ukrainian stance
Will Russia’s tormenting of Ukraine work?
Afghanistan’s lasting instability
Playing defence
UK-India young professionals scheme
Who will win the FIFA World Cup?
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, redistributed or derived from. Unless otherwise stated, all content is copyrighted © 2022 The Express Tribune.

See also  Karachi's transport conundrum

source

Spread the love

Leave a Reply