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JKBOSE declares Class 12th result: 70 pc students qualify exam; girls outshine boys again

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SANJAY SHARMA

JAMMU: Girls outshined boys by securing scoring a pass percentage of 75 % against 65 pass % of boys in 12th class, results of which was declared by Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education on Thursday after successfully concluded the evaluation process.
JKBOSE had given a concession of 30% in the syllabi to the students who had to attempt only 70% marks from the question paper which was treated as 100% for result computation.
A total of 53,939 candidates appeared in the aforesaid examination out of which 37,536 have been declared qualified constituting 70 per cent of the total examinees. Out of total 53,939 examinees, 30010 were boys and 23929 were girls.
In Science stream the first position has been shared by Bhargav Gupta from Govt. Boys Higher Secondary School, Bakshi Nagar, Deepti from Little Angels Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Manpreet Kour from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Shivam Sharma from Infant Jesus Higher Secondary School, Hiranagar, Shiveet Raina from Kotwal National Instt. of Teaching HSS, Talab Tilloo, Simran Gupta from Little Angels Higher Secondary School, Kathua and Tamana Gupta from Carmel Convent HSS, Kunjwani with 498 (99.6 per cent) marks each while second position was shared by Ankit Sharma from Sir Abraham Lincoln Embark Garrison Sr. Sec. School, Bishnah, Harshit Sharma from Panorma Public Higher Secondary School, Rajouri, Pratyaksha Gupta from MHS DAV Public Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Ritika Bhau from Carmel Convent Higher Secondary School, Kunjwani and Saqib Raza from International Higher Secondary School, Rajouri with 497 (99.4 per cent) marks each and Amit Singh from APJ International Higher Secondary School, R S Pura, Anchal Verma from Little Flower Higher Secondary School SEC-D Sanik Colony, Jammu, Bhoomi from MHS DAV Public Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Chahat Sharma from SP Sr. Sec. School, Bari Brahmana, Diya Tickoo from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu, Nikhil Sharma from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu, Pratham Chib from Spring Dales Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Rajveer Singh from Mother India Sr. Sec. School, R S Pura, Salma Aga from Raza-Ul-Uloom Islamia Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Suhani Sharma from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu, Vansh Singh Jasrotia from Manu Shiksha Kendra Higher Secondary School, Rajbagh, Vibhanshu Sharma from Happy Model Higher Secondary School, Udhampur and Vishal Singh from SP Sr. Sec. School, Bari Brahmana secured third position with 496 (99.2 per cent) marks each. Mannat from NITL Higher Secondary School, Udhampur secured eight position with 491 (98.2 per cent) marks.
In Arts stream, Ishika Khajuria from Government Higher Secondary School, Bharakh, Reasi, Jiya Pathania from SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Jammu, Palak Mahajan from Vijay Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Shakshi Sharma from SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Jammu and Sunny Kumar from SP Sr. Sec. School, Bari Brahmana secured first position with 494 (98.8 per cent) marks each while second position was shared by Heeya Jamwal from SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Jammu, Maanvi Gupta from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu, Neha Sharma from Ajanta Higher Secondary School, Gho-Brahmana, Zinky Sharma from Himalayan Education Mission Higher Secondary School, Rajouri by securing 493 (98.6 per cent) marks each.
Harvinder Kour from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu, Manvi Chopra from Himalayan Education Mission Higher Secondary School, Rajouri and Sarabjeet Kour Bali from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jammu shared third position with 492 (98.4 per cent) marks each. In Commerce stream, Vanshika Misra from Dogra Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, Jammu secured first position with 497 (99.4 per cent) marks while second position was bagged by Ayushi Sharma, from Oriental Academy Higher Secondary School, Jammu with 496 (99.2 per cent) marks and third position with 495 (99.0 per cent) marks was shared by Disha Gupta from Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, Jammu, Divyansh Mahajan from SP Sr. Sec. School, Bari Brahmana, Kumari Arti from Dewan Devi Higher Secondary School, Rajpura Mangotrian, Jammu and Radhika Saini from SP Sr. Sec. School, Bari Brahmana.
Ojaswani Mengi from Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi secured first position in faculty of Home Science with 438 (87.6 per cent) marks followed by Siya Sharma from Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi, who secured second position with 431 (86.2 per cent) marks whule third position was secured by Rafia Akhter from Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi with 353 (70.6 per cent) marks.
The first 10 positions in Science stream were shared by 236 students while in Commerce, the first 10 positions were shared by 56 students. 44 students shared the first 10 positions in Arts stream and.
Of the total students, 16148 got distinction, while 14781, 6357, and 250 secured first, second and third divisions respectively.
Topper students credited their teachers and parents for the success, anticipating that they want to shine in every sphere of life.
All the papers were successfully conducted as scheduled in the date sheet notified by JKBOSE.
Prof. Veena Pandita, Chairperson, JKBOSE expressed her satisfaction over the entire examination process, and gratitude to Rajeev Rai Bhatnagar, Advisor to LG, School Education Department, UT Govt. of J&K and B.K Singh, Principal Secretary, School Education Department for support in hard times besides Manisha Sarin, Secretary JKBOSE, Dr. Ravi Shankar 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 have tirelessly contributed for the flawless conduct of examination followed by cooperation in evaluation.
“It is indeed heartening to see that JKBOSE has successfully completed the examination of HSP-II with the declaration of this result in which girls have maintained consistency in outshining boys; my congratulations to every successful examinee for fruition of their hard work and good wishes to those who could not make it this time; they should re-frame their reading strategies for better results. I appreciate one and all associated with the preparation of this result,” she added.
“In order to facilitate the access of students to the result gazette, the JKBOSE has 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 jkbose12 followed by a space and Roll No. e.g., ” jkbose12 Roll No,” JKBOSE official said.
“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,” official added
In case of any query regarding this result, the students have been advised to avoid visiting the JKBOSE office Jammu physically. However, they can email their query at [email protected] citing all the relevant details which shall be addressed after due processing at the earliest possible. The aggrieved students, if any, can contact their respective schools or the nearest JKBOSE Sub/Branch office.

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