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J&K State Board Class 10 Exam 2018 Results Declared Today; Check at jkbose.ac.in
A huge improvement in pass percentage was recorded at 75.44 per cent against 62.94 per cent last year, said officials.
JKBOSE Class 10 Result 2018: Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education have declared the results of Class 10th Exam 2018 (Kashmir Division) on Sunday. Candidates are requested to check the results at the official website, i.e., jkbose.ac.in.
Over 75 per cent of the candidates have cleared the tests which were conducted during October and November. “The results have been declared within a record time of 45 days. A huge improvement in pass percentage was recorded at 75.44 per cent against 62.94 per cent last year,” said officials.
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Follow the steps below to check the JKBOSE Class 10 results:
Step 1: Log onto the official website of JKBOSE Board – jkbose.ac.in.
Step 2: Click on the link in the homepage which says ‘Click here for Class 10th results’.
Step 3: Submit all the required details such as Examination roll number and name.
Step 4: Your results for the JKBOSE 10th Class will appear on the next page.
Step 5: Download the results for future reference.
Out of the 55,472 candidates who attempted the exam, 38,939 have passed. The pass percentage of boys who took up the JKBOSE Class 10 Kashmir division exam was recorded to be 76.41 per cent, while that of girls was 74.40 per cent.
Notably, the government schools had achieved a pass percentage of 63.71 per cent. Out of the total 26,089 candidates, 16,621 passed the examination as against the pass percentage of 46.70 last year. Pulwama district of the state had an overall pass percentage of 84.50 per cent, followed by Shopian which recorded 83 per cent, Srinagar at 81.90 per cent, Kulgam 80.50 per cent, Anantnag 78 per cent, Baramulla 74.84 per cent, Ganderbal 73.16 per cent, Budgam 72.79 per cent, Kupwara 62.92 per cent and Bandipora 62.26 per cent per cent, said the officials.
A candidate named Syed Tamheed Bukhari secured 98.4 per cent in the examinations. Syed Tamheed Bukhari is the son of Syed Shujaat Bukhari, a senior journalist who was shot dead in Press Enclave in June, few months before the exam took place.
(With Agency Inputs)