JKBOSE 12th Jammu Biannual Result 2019 Out
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Secondary Education (JKBoSE) has releases the class 12 board examination results, according to IE report. The result is for Jammu division, examinations for which were held from February 23 to March 18, 2019. Students can check their result at the official website, jkbose.jk.gov.in and indiaresult.com. Over 35,000 students appeared for the examination and were awaiting the results. Students can also check the result via SMS by typing jkbose12 <space> roll number and send it to 5686850.
Steps to Download
- Visit the official website, jkboseresults.net
- Click on the link ‘JKBOSE class 12 result’
- You will be redirected to a new page
- Log-in using roll number
- Result will appear
- Students need to download take a print out of their results
- The same will act as provisional mark sheet
- Candidates will get the official mark sheet from their respective schools
Last year the result was declared on May 25, 2018. Following the suite of other boards, the JKBOSE has also declared the result early today. Earlier, CBSE had declared the class 12 result in the record time of 28 days. Last year too, JKBOSE declared the result for class 10 Jammu exams in record 48 days’ time, noted the report.
The pass percentage of JKBOSE Class XII Jammu result is expected to rise this year. The pass percentage has been following since 2017. In 2018 as many as 54.53% students passed the examination which was a decline from 2017’s pass percentage which was recorded at 61.44% and in 2016 as many as 75.46% cleared the JKBOSE Class XII Jammu examination. Experts are expecting the number of students passing the examination to increase this year but the real figures will be declared today with the result, said the report.
The JK SBOSE) is the main board of school education the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. It is based in Jammu & Srinagar and is an autonomous body under the administration of the state government of Jammu and Kashmir. The board gives affiliation to more than 10200 schools across the state and employs 22856 teachers. The Board was formed through a legislation under the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education Act, 1975 with Agha Ashraf Ali as its first chairman.
- Secure that education should relate intimately to the development of potentialities of the youth, to the national needs and to the aspirations of the people
- Discover talent and nurture it
- Promote equality of opportunity by providing necessary facilities
- Help generally to raise the standard of living and productivity of the State and achieve closer and willing participation of the people in a democratic process
- Regulate, control and develop education in the State of Jammu and Kashmir up to the Higher Secondary level by providing varied courses with a view to equipping pupils for different occupations, for education in the universities and other cultural purposes and to examine candidates and to award certificates to successful candidates and doing all other things incidental thereto