The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Friday announced the results of the class 12th annual exams with the pass percentage of 64.59 percent.
According to official figures, a total of 1,27,636 students from across Jammu and Kashmir appeared in the exams of which 82,441 have successfully qualified.
The pass percentage for boys has been recorded at 61 percent, while the pass percentage for girls stands at 68 percent.
Among the boys, a total of 65,519 students were enrolled with 40,045 successfully qualifying the exams.
On the other hand, 62,116 girls appeared in the exams and 42,395 qualified.
Also, 27,272 students including 11,283 boys have secured distinction in the exams, while 15,988 girls have also achieved this feat.
Furthermore, 36,393 students including 18,685 boys and 17,708 girls qualified the exam with first division.
Among the candidates who appeared in the exam, 3243 students (1966 boys and 1277 girls) failed in all the subjects. Additionally, 41,952 students (23,508 boys and 18,444 girls) will have to reappear in some subjects.
Overall, 82,441 students – 40,045 boys and 42,396 girls – successfully qualified the exam, resulting in a pass percentage of 64.59.
Of the students who qualified, 17,734 students (9520 boys and 8214 girls) secured second division while an equal number of students qualified in the third division.
In terms of stream-wise details, 30,600 boys and 32,800 girls from the Arts stream appeared in the exams of which 14,901 boys and 19,388 girls successfully qualified. In the Commerce stream, 4300 boys and 1818 girls appeared for the exams with 2857 boys and 1486 girls qualifying it.
In the Science stream, 30,619 boys and 27,498 girls appeared in the exams with 22,287 boys and 21,521 girls declared qualified.
In language subjects, the Kashmiri subject has hit the top with the pass percentage of 100 percent while Hindi and Urdu subjects have hit the bottom with the pass percentage of 72 percent each.
The pass percentage of students in Dogri is 98 percent while the pass percentage of students in Bodhi is 99 percent and pass percentage of the Punjabi is 96 percent.
The examination of 12th standard students was held from March 8 to April 2 in soft zone areas of J&K while the exam in hard zone areas was held in April-May.
As per the BOSE, around 444 schools – 309 in Jammu and 135 in Kashmir division fall in hard zones while seven zones of Kargil district and entire Leh district fall in hard zones.
In Kashmir division, 43 schools of Anantnag, 19 of Bandipora, Kupwara 32, Kulgam 28, and 13 schools in Budgam fall in hard zones.
In Jammu division, 50 schools of Kishtwar, 47 of Reasi, Rajouri seven, Poonch 20, Doda 56, Ramban 64, and 65 schools of Udhampur fall in hard zones.
This was the first examination conducted by the BOSE in March post adoption of the National Academic Calendar and implementation of National Education Policy (NEP)-2020 by the J&K government.
As many as 287 students including 156 from government schools across Jammu and Kashmir shared the first 10 positions in class 12th examination, the result of which was declared by J&K Board of School Education (BOSE) on Friday.
In Science stream, 161 students including 79 from government schools shared the first 10 positions.
Shahid Bashir, son of Bashir Ahmad Dar from Fayaz Educational Institute, Faizabad Nowgam, Srinagar has bagged the first position in Science stream scoring 496 marks.
Mustaqeem Afaq, son of Afaq Ashraf Beigh from Tyndale Biscoe Higher Secondary School, Srinagar, has secured second position scoring 495 marks and Haifa Sajad daughter of Sajad Ahmad from Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School, Srinagar, has bagged third position scoring 494 marks.
In the Commerce stream, 63 students including 29 from government schools have shared the first 10 positions.
Irtiza Manzoor, daughter of Manzoor Ahmad Shah from Government Girls Higher Secondary School Zadibal, Srinagar has secured first position scoring 491 marks.
Six students who scored 490 marks have shared the second position.
The students who shared the position are Fiza Zahra, daughter of Altaf Hussain Mir from Green Valley Educational Institute (GVEI), Ellahi Bagh, Srinagar; Kritika Dogra, daughter of Yashpal from Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School Jeevan Nagar Jammu; Muskan Maqbool, daughter of Muhammad Maqbool Lone from Government Girls Higher Secondary School Nawa Kadal, Srinagar; Shriya Pathania, daughter of Ravinder Singh from SP Senior Secondary School Bari Brahmana, Samba; Syed Mehnoor Andrabi, daughter of Syed Tariq Ahmad Andrabi of GVEI; and Vanshika Mahajan, daughter of Devinder Kumar from SP Senior Secondary School, Bari Brahmana, Samba.
Five students who scored 489 marks shared the third position.
The position has been shared by Aamir Fayaz Wani, son of Fayaz Ahmad Wani from Government Boys Higher Secondary School Bandipora; Musaib, son of Mansoor Ahmad Hakak from Kashmir Harvard Higher Secondary School, Habak, Naseem Bagh, Srinagar; Naziya Nissar, daughter of Nissar Ahmad Khan; and Sadiya Waheed, daughter of Abdul Waheed Wani from Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Zadibal, Srinagar; and Syed Moiza Andrabi, daughter of Syed Arshad Hussain Andrabi from GVEI.
In the Arts stream, around 53 students including 38 from government schools shared the first 10 positions.
Mahveen Wani, daughter of Javed Akbar Wani from Government Girls Higher Secondary School (GGHHS), Amira Kadal, Srinagar, has secured the first position scoring 495 marks.
Adaa Manzoor, daughter of Manzoor Ahmed Dar from GGHSS, Amira Kadal, Srinagar bagged the second position scoring 494 marks.
Three students who scored 493 marks shared the third position.
These include Azmat Zehra, daughter of Tahir Nisar Bhat from GVEI; Fiza Mushtaq, daughter of Mushtaq Ahmad Kaloo; and Misba, daughter of Mehraj-ud-Din of GGHSS Kothi Bagh, Srinagar.
In the Home Science stream, the students of government schools spread across Kashmir bagged all the first 10 positions.