BOSE declares results for class 12
The JK Board of School Education (BOSE) on Saturday declared the results for class 12 regular (2016) special session exams held in March this year.
As per the figures produced by JK BOSE, as many as 1753 students in class 12th had opted for March session exams out of which only 718 have qualified the exams with a total pass percentage of 40.95 pass percentage.
The pass percentage of girls is 44.98 while as 39.57 percent male candidates have passed the exams, BOSE officials said.
The officials in secrecy department of JKBOSE said a total of 1304 boys appeared in March session exams out of which 516 were declared as qualified.
“Out of 449 girls who appeared in exams only 202 have qualified it,” the officials said.
In Arts stream, the pass percentage of Boys is 30.69 where in 120 out of 391 students who appeared in the exams passed.
“In commerce stream 106 boys appeared in exams out of which only 48 passed. 807 Boys appeared in science stream of which only 348 qualified the exam,” the official said.
In Girls category, 176 students in Arts stream appeared in the exams of which only 51are declared as qualified while as 9 out of 11 girls passed the exams in commerce stream.
“142 girls out of 262 in science stream have qualified the exams,” the official said.
The figures revealed by JKBOSE state that around 84 students qualified the exams with distinction, 386 students got Ist division and 234 students passed the exams with second division. “14 students have passed the exam with 3rd division marks,” the official said.
He said 742 students have been declared as Reappear while as 293 students were declared “fail” in the exams.
“The general merit list of the students will be announced in near future after clubbing both the results including the one declared on January 22, for which exams were held in November last year,” the official said. “The names of toppers will also be announced after we tally both the results.”
Last year, the J&K government amid uprising announced official dates for holding Secondary and Higher Secondary exams from mid-November with 50 percent relaxation in syllabus. However, the authorities faced stiff opposition forcing JK BOSE to schedule special session of exams again in March 2017. The students who opted for March session had to appear for full syllabus.