JKBOSE declares Class 10 result of Winter Zone Session 69.76% qualify exam; Girls outshine boys again
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Jammu, Feb 19: J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has declared the result of Secondary School Examination (Class 10th), Session Annual, Regular, 2021 Winter Zone of Jammu Division today after the successful conduct of examination and evaluation despite various challenges posed by the spread of COVID-19 pandemic. All the papers were successfully conducted as scheduled in the date sheet notified by JKBOSE.
As many as 26201 candidates had appeared in the said examination at 347 Examination Centres, out of which 18279 have been declared qualified constituting 69.76% of the total examinees. Out of the total examinees, 14159 were boys and 12042 were girls. Girls have outnumbered boys again by scoring a pass percentage of 72.70%.
In respect of Government Schools, Doda district has claimed the highest district wise pass percentage i.e 76.42 % whereas Poonch district recorded the highest pass percentage of 97.40% in respect of Private Schools category. Around 30 Government Schools and 38 Private schools recorded a 100 % pass percentage. About the grades acquired, 830 students have secured AI Grade, 2292 students have got A2 Grade, 3878 students secured B1 Grade, 5048 got B2 Grade, whereas 4969 candidates secured C1 Grade, 1252 C2 Grade and 10 candidates have got D Grade respectively.
Prof. Veena Pandita, Chairperson, JKBOSE has expressed her satisfaction over the examination process, and gratitude to the UT government of J&K; Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, Advisor to LG; School Education Department and B.K Singh, Principal Secretary, School Education Department, Manisha Sarin, Secretary JKBOSE, Dr Ravi Shankar Sharma, Director School Education Jammu, entire divisional and district level administrative machinery, a whole team of the officers and officials of JKBOSE Jammu Division and teachers who have tirelessly contributed for the flawless conduct of examination followed by immense cooperation in evaluation.
“It is heartening to see that JKBOSE has succeeded in declaring its results despite hard times of COVID 19 pandemic. Today’s result is another milestone to prove the consistency of its honest endeavours for the students’ cause. My appreciation for one and all associated with this job. The result has been quite satisfied with an overall pass percentage of 69.76 % in which girls have again claimed a bigger share,” Pandita said worth”, she added.