Exam Results

SRINAGAR — The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education on Thursday announced the results of the annual exams of 12th standard with an overall pass percentage of 74 per cent.

According to the news agency KNO, girl students have yet again outshined boys. The total pass percentage includes 72 per cent in boys and 77 per cent among girls.

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JKBOSE said that a total of 93,340 candidates were enrolled for the exams in which 69,385 successfully qualified it.

Stating the overall performance of the candidates, BOSE said that a total of 46,500 male and 46,786 female candidates were enrolled for the examination out of which 74 per cent qualified it.

In the exams, a total of 25,435 students have registered distinctions, 33,437 secured first divisions, 10,318 bagged second division and 195 candidates registered third division.

JKBOSE further said that in the examination, 1034 students couldn’t qualify the exams while 22,921 have been asked to reappear in the exams.

The results of the annual exams of 12th standard can be checked on the official result portal of the J&K Board of School Education.

Pertinently, the annual regular examination of Class 12th commenced from April 8 in hard zone areas while the examination in the soft zone areas commenced from March 6.

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Following the implementation of the Uniform Academic Calendar, JKBOSE has classified regions via soft and hard zone areas keeping in view the different weather conditions.

JKBOSE had said that the annual regular examinations held by the Board for classes 10th, 11th and 12th shall be held in the month of March in both the divisions of Union Territory of J&K and Union Territory of Ladakh excluding hard zones.

The Board, however, had said that the annual regular examination of hard zone areas of the Union Territory of J&K and the Union Territory of Ladakh shall be held in the month of April.

The Board had further said that the results of the annual regular examination of Kashmir division and Jammu division and Union Territory of Ladakh including hard zones shall be declared simultaneously in the month of June.

Girl students bag all top positions in all streams

In the annual regular results of 12th standard exams, girl students have secured top positions in all streams. Interestingly, no male student has figured in even the top three positions in all the streams.

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According to the news agency KNO, Basna Shah has bagged the first position in the faculty of Arts, Anushah Gul from the faculty of Commerce, Ainain Niyazi from the faculty of Home Science and Adeeba from the faculty of Science.

Faculty of Arts

Basna Shah of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothi Bagh Srinagar has secured 495 marks, Hoor Sajid (494) of Green Valley Educational Institute Ellahibagh Srinagar and Seidra Mukhtar (494) from Government Higher Secondary School Arihal.

Faculty of Commerce

Anushah Gul of Green Valley Educational Institute Ellahibagh Srinagar has secured 498 marks, Wafa Feroz Kadla (498) of Green Valley Educational Institute Ellahibagh Srinagar and Aida Omar (493) of Green Valley Educational Institute Ellahibagh Srinagar.

Faculty of Home Science

Ainain Niyazi of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Baramulla has secured 494 marks, Aaliyah Parvez (487) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothibagh Srinagar and Ruqiya Sultana (480) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothibagh Srinagar.

Faculty of Science

Adeeba of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Nowhatta Srinagar secured 494 marks, Aamina Rashid (493) of Government Higher Secondary School Chadoora and Aisha Riyaz (493) of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Khanyar Srinagar.

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