JKBOSE declares class 12th results
Government school students figure in the merit list
Srinagar: The J&K Board of School Education (BOSE) on Monday declared the result of Class 12th annual examination with an overall pass percentage of 52 percent.
As per JKBOSE figures, out of 69982 candidates enrolled for the examination, 36227 candidates have been declared as qualified by JKBOSE.
The class 12th exams were held in October last year. Around 51.76 percent candidates passed the examination, with girls outshining boys. The pass percentage of Girls is 54 percent results while as boys have secured 50 percent results.
As per JKBOSE figures, the students from government schools have shared the merit list with the students of private school students.
More than 45 students from government schools figure in the merit list of first ten positions in Science, Arts, Commerce and Home Science streams which have been shared by more than 90 students including boys and girls.
The first ten positions in science stream have been shared by 44 students including 13 from government schools. Four students from government schools have shared the first three positions.
The first ten positions in Arts stream have been shared by 24 students including 18 students from government schools. The first three positions have been shared by four students from government schools.
13 students have shared first 10 positions in Commerce stream including six students from government schools. Also, the first 10 positions in Home science stream have been shared by 11 girls from government schools.
Around 37 percent boys and 45 percent girls have passed the exams in Arts stream while as 58 percent boys and 76 girls have qualified the exams in Commerce stream and 66 percent boys and 71 percent girls have passed the exam in Science stream.
Advisor to J&K Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai, secretary school education department Ajit Kumar Sahu and director school education Kashmir G N Itoo have congratulated the students of government schools for their performance. They have also hailed the teachers for their efforts in improving the standards of education in the government educational institutions.
The students from government schools have walked away with first 5 positions scoring between 98.6 percent and 98 marks.
Hadia Noor of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kothibagh has topped the merit list in Arts with 493 out of 500, Tanzeela Hassan of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kothibagh has scored 492 out of 500, Towseef Shafi of Government Higher Secondary School, Srigufwara, Anantnag has scored 491 out of 500, ZairaShafi of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kothibagh has scored 491 out of 500 and Irtiza Jan of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Amira Kadal has scored 490 out of 500.
In Science stream as well, the students of government-run schools have bagged 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th rank scoring between 98.6% and 98% marks.
In Commerce stream, students of government-run schools have bagged the 2nd, 3rd, 6th and 7th position scoring between 97.6% and 96.2% marks.