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Pakistani students have bagged multiple 'Top in Pakistan' and 'Top in the World' awards in the June 2021 and November 2021 Cambridge examinations.

On Thursday, the Cambridge Assessment International Education (Cambridge International) announced winners of the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards, which celebrated the success of learners taking Cambridge exam in over 40 countries around the world.

As per a press release, 481 students received the ‘Top in Pakistan’ award, given to learners who have achieved the highest standard mark in their country for a single subject, and 36 students received the ‘Top in the World’ award, given to learners who achieved the highest standard mark in the world for a single subject.

"The year 2021 was marked with uncertainty for our students, schools and for us at Cambridge International," Uzma Yousuf, country director for Pakistan Cambridge Assessment International Education, said.

"Due to the government directives, in response to a spike in COVID-19 cases, numerous exams in June 2021 were cancelled in Pakistan.

"All these awards demonstrate the high standard of education in our schools and the fact that they can provide an excellent learning environment for their students that enables them to reach their potential."

Meanwhile, more than 259 learners in Punjab will receive 314 awards for exceptional performance in Cambridge examinations, including 19 students who attained the highest marks in the world in a Cambridge exam and 199 learners who attained the highest marks in Pakistan in a single subject.

More than 227 learners in Sindh and Balochistan will receive 260 awards for exceptional performance in the Cambridge examinations.

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Noor Apr 30, 2022 06:03pm
Education system of our schools OR THE TUTION CLASSES GIVEN AND EX TRA MONEY SHELLED OUT BY PARENTS
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Hamza May 01, 2022 07:36am
@Noor , Beautifully said. No one could have said in better words.
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Hamza May 01, 2022 07:43am
@Noor , beautifully said. Couldnt gave said in better words.
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Hajra Hind May 03, 2022 05:21am
Good for the kids but the education in this country is a business and kids lack thinking skills. Job opportunities are bleak. Good to think about the bigger picture. Hope for better for everyone
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