JKBOSE declares Class 10th result for Jammu

78 pc students qualify; girls outshine boys yet again
JKBOSE declares Class 10th result for Jammu
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Jammu, Jun 29: The girls on Tuesday yet again outshone the boys in the annual regular Secondary School Examination (Class 10th) session 2021 summer zone of Jammu division.

On the whole, 78 percent of students were declared qualified in the result announced by the J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) here this evening.

54802 candidates appeared in the examination spread over 686 examination centres, out of which 42576 students were declared qualified. Maintaining the trends of previous years, the girls again outnumbered boys by scoring a pass percentage of 81.02 percent whereas the boys stood at 75 percent. In all, 1990 students secured A1 Grade, 5273 bagged A2 Grade, 8111 got B1 Grade and 9185 secured B2 Grade. 8801 students were declared qualified with C1 Grade, 7064 with C2 Grade while 2152 students secured D Grade.

Interestingly the government schools showed better performance with a success rate of 67.04 percent, improving their last year’s performance (55.88 percent) by registering a leap of 11.16 percent.

In her official statement Prof Veena Pandita, chairperson, JKBOSE said that the Board successfully declared the result of Secondary School Examination (Class 10th) session annual-regular, 2021 summer zone of Jammu division despite unprecedented and innumerable challenges posed by the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.

She expressed her gratitude to the UT government of J&K R R Bhatnagar (IPS) Advisor School Education Department and B K Singh, Administrative Secretary, School Education Department for unconditional support in tough times. Prof Pandita also thanked Maneesha Sareen, Secretary JKBOSE, Dr.Ravi Shanker Sharma, Director School Education Jammu, entire divisional and district level administrative machinery, whole team of the officers and officials of JKBOSE Jammu division and teachers who, she said, “tirelessly contributed for the flawless conduct of examination followed by immense cooperation in evaluation.”

“It is a proud moment for all of us to celebrate the persistence and perseverance with which we have been able to defeat the challenges posed by COVID-19. High success rate of the result shows that the online classes and community classes have remained fruitful endeavours. My congratulations to all those who have been declared successful! Those who couldn’t make it this time, shall not feel disheartened as they have another chance to prove their worth; surging ahead with renewed enthusiasm shall certainly bring them success. Students having any query regarding their results must contact either us or their school Principals,” she added.

She informed that in order to facilitate the access of students to the result gazette, the JKBOSE made adequate arrangements through various media. The result is available online on the official website of JKBOSE www.jkbose.nic.in and on www.indiaresults.com as well. The candidates can also avail SMS facility by sending the text message to 5676750 by typing JKBOSE10 followed by a space and Roll No. e.g., “JKBOSE10 Roll No.”

“Those who don’t have access to mobile phones or internet can get their results from their nearest JKBOSE office where the soft copies of result gazettes have been provided. The result is also available in the offices of the Deputy Commissioners of the concerned districts for the convenience of the students and general public. In case of any query regarding this result, the students have been advised to avoid visiting the JKBOSE office Jammu physically due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, they can email their query at jssecrecy_jd@jkbose.co.in citing all the relevant details which shall be addressed after due processing at the earliest possible,” the JKBOSE official statement added.

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