JKBOSE 10th Class Result: The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) released the Class 10th annual regular exam 2018 result (Kashmir Division) on the official website– jkbose.ac.in. Candidates are advised to check the official website to check their results. Over 75 per cent students have passed the exam which was held in October-November 2018. Also Read - JKBOSE Class 12th Result 2019 Out on Official Website jkbose.ac.in | Check Now
“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,” officials said. Also Read - JKBOSE 12th Result Announced on Official Website jkbose.ac.in; Check Now
Out of the 55,472 examinees, 38,939 have passed, officials said, adding boys recorded a pass percentage of 76.41 per cent and the girls 74.40 per cent in JKBOSE Class 10 Kashmir division results. Also Read - Students who missed exams due to snowfall can re-appear: J-K Board
Among the districts, Pulwama fared the best with overall pass percentage of 84.50 per cent, followed by Shopian at 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, they said.
Steps to check JKBOSE 10th Class Result:
Step 1: Visit the official website of JKBOSE Board- jkbose.ac.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on “Click here for Class 10th results”.
Step 3: On the next page, enter Examination roll number or name.
Step 4: Submit the details.
Step 5: Check your JKBOSE 10th Class from the next page.
The officials said the government schools had recorded an impressive pass percentage of 63.71 per cent with 16,621 students out of 26,089 having passed the examination against the pass percentage of 46.70 last year.
Among the candidates who passed the examination is Syed Tamheed Bukhari, son of Syed Shujaat Bukhari, the senior journalist who was shot dead in Press Enclave in June this year. Tamheed secured 98.4 per cent marks in the examinations.