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Girls Outshine Boys As 79.89% Students Pass 10th Standard Exams

Girls Outshine Boys As 79.89% Students Pass 10th Standard Exams 

LG Congratulates Students

Srinagar, June 19: The much-awaited result of 10th class standard was announced on Monday by Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education and overall 79.89 percent students have been declared successful.  

For the first time this year, Kashmir and Jammu divisions' exams along with Ladakh were conducted simultaneously as part of the uniform academic calendar.

 Like recent 12th class results, the girls outshined boys with an overall pass percentage of 81.68 percent compared to 78.23 percent by their male counterparts, according to details available with GNS.   

Overall 148701 students were enrolled (77422 boys and 71279 girls) and of them 118791 were declared qualified.

While students are awarded 'Grades' on a Nine point Scale, 13823 students got A1 grade (90-100 Marks Range), 18489 A2 (80-89 marks), 24147 B1 (70-79 marks), 28880 B2 (60-69 marks), 26248 C1(50-59 marks), 7133 C2 (40-49 marks) and 78 D (33-39 marks).    

Talking to GNS, JKBOSE chairman Dr. Parikshat Singh Manhas said that the examinations were conducted in proper manner under uniform calendar as per the “vision of the Lieutenant Governor and directions by the government of India.”

He also congratulated all the stakeholders including parents in helping the JKBOSE in smooth conducting of the examinations and announcing the “timely” results.

“The students and their parents deserve great appreciation for their wholehearted cooperation in realizing the visionary goal of unifying the staggered academic sessions in J&K and Ladakh, " he said.

Meanwhile, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha congratulated all the students who passed the results.   

“Heartiest congratulations to all the students, who have passed @jkboseofficial Class 10th Annual Regular examinations-2023,” Sinha said in a tweet. “Girls have once again outshined boys, with a pass percentage of 81.68 compared to boys' 78.23%. My best wishes to students, their parents & teachers,” he added. (GNS)

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