The Jammu And Kashmir Board Of Secondary Education have successfully announced the bi-annual results of class 10th for Leh division of Jammu. A large number of candidates those who were studying the tenth class in Leh division had appeared for the written exam. Finally, the board ha declared the results and the candidates can check their results from the official portal of the JKBOSE. The results can also be checked from the official website i.e.jkbose.co.in. (ALSO READ: SBI Clerk Mains Exam 2016 Result: Official notification released at sbi.co.in, check JA/JAA Mains Phase II notification here)
The Jammu And Kashmir Board Of Secondary Education had been established with an aim to provide quality education through evaluation, evolve feedback mechanism for teachers, use grades instead of marks, learners and parents by providing them timely corrective measures for improving attainment level of learners, use informal means of testing to reduce the anxiety and fear of examinees and many other objectives. This year also the board had conducted the Bi-annual exams for the tenth class students of Leh Division earlier and now the result has been declared. The candidates can now check their results from the official website. For checking the result candidates must follow some below mentioned steps. (ALSO READ: IBPS Clerk Recruitment 2016: Do not miss these 5 Points before applying at ibps.in)
Steps to Check JKBOSE 10th Class BiAnnual Results 2016:
1. Log on to the official website of Jammu And Kashmir Board Of School Education
2. Click on the link that says ‘ Result of Class 10th Leh Division Bi-Annual 2016
3. Enter the required details in the pro
4. Click on submit button
5. Check your results and save it for future use.
6. Take a printout of it.
The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education is the main board of school education in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir.It is based in Jammu & Srinagar and is an autonomous body under the administration of the state government of Jammu and Kashmir. The board gives affiliation to more than 10,609 schools across the state and employs 22,300 teachers.