P2

(redirected from second position)
AcronymDefinition
P2Pollution Prevention
P2Primary 2 (various organizations)
P2Phase II
P2Pentium II (Intel)
P2Player 2 (video games)
P2Priority 2
P2Sony Playstation 2
P2Second Position
P2Propaganda Due (Italian)
P2Postal 2 (game)
P2Professional Plug-In (Panasonic)
P2Power Projection
P2Pioneer 2 (Phantasy Star game)
P2Predict and Prevent (Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Tenet Lane)
P2Pulmonic Second Heart Sound
P2Progressive Professionalism (US Air Force)
P2PMBP Automated Information System (Army Corps of Engineers)
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Rabia Yasin of Kallar Kahar Science College for Girls Chakwal also stood at second position in the group with 1,028 marks.
Pre-medical Group (girl) Rida Fatima PCG scored first position with 1049 marks while second position was scored by three candidates with 1047 marks including Eman Fatima, Asra Ali (KCWU) and Afaf Rehman of Government Kinnaird College for Women.
The second position was clinched by Hamdah Munir from Islamabad Model College for Girls F-10/2 Islamabad with 1045 marks.
Aneezah Ahmed from Okara, secured the second position with 631 marks.
Aisha Kiran, a student of Government Girls Degree College, Bacha Khan, Kohat Road, got second position with 922 marks, while the third position was achieved by Faiza, student of Government Frontier College for Women Peshawar, with 920 marks.
The topper Danish Athar belongs to the Science Group among boys, while the second position was shared by Syed Hasan Abbas and Muhammad Affan Amir.
Student of SU's Institute of Art and Design Hassan Channa succeeded to grab second position in the exhibition due to the exquisite painting he made for the display.
GSU remain third on the standing with five points from three matches with Asaria and Nemostars occupying the first and second positions respectively with eight and seven points from the same numbers of matches.
For Ibarapa East LG, Atiku won with 10, 346 votes to push Buhari, again, to the second position with 7, 964 votes.
Meanwhile, in Senior Professionals Category, Muhammad Akram won the title with gross score of 143 (01 under par), leaving behind Imdad Hussain, who secured second position with gross score of 145 (01 over par).
In long jump, Muhammad Bilal from Multan City took the first position, Muhammad Aqib from Shujabad bagged the second position and Muhammad
The U-16 Boys cricket team won the second position in MCCC Maxtalent Challenge Cup tournament organised by the Muscat Cricket Coaching Centre at Al Amerat Ground.