75.44 clear Class 10th Board exams
South takes lead over rest of Kashmir
Srinagar, Dec 29: J&K State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) Saturday declared the result of 10th Class annual examination for Kashmir division which declared 75.44 percent students as successful.
According to Vineeta Pandita, Chairperson, JKBOSE, out of 55472 students, who had appeared in the said examination this year, 38939 have qualified the same with boys doing better than girls with a pass percentage of 76.41 and 74.40 respectively.
Among the districts, Pulwama stands out in overall pass percentage at 84.50 percent, followed by Shopian at 83 percent, Srinagar at 81.90 percent, Kulgam 80.50 percent, Anantnag 78 percent, Baramulla 74.84 percent, Ganderbal 73.16 percent, Budgam 72.79 percent, Kupwara 62.92 percent and Bandipora 62.26 percent.
The government schools have recorded a pass percentage of 63.71 with 16621 students out of 26089 having qualified the examination from these schools against the pass percentage of 46.70 last year.
As per the result analysis provided by JKBOSE, government schools have shown improvement of 17.01 percent in the results this year as compared to last year while the private schools have shown an improvement of 1.90 percent.
Among the government schools, Pulwama has again taken the lead with the government schools of the district recording a pass percentage of 76.94 followed by Kulgam at 74.96 percent, Shopian at 74.67 percent, Anantnag at 67.93 percent, Srinagar 65.52 percent, Baramulla 64.27 percent, Budgam 63.38 percent, Ganderbal 62.62 percent, Bandipora 58.14 percent and Kupwara 54.01 percent.
Advisor to Governor, Khurshid Ahmad Ganai, Secretary School Education, Ajeet Kumar Sahu, Chairperson JKBOSE Prof Veena Pandita, Director School Education Kashmir, Dr GN Itoo and other senior officers of the department have congratulated the successful candidates and also appreciated the efforts of the teachers working in the department for their efforts resulting in increase in the pass percentage of government schools.