JKBOSE 12th class result 2019: Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has released the Higher Secondary part two or class 12th board exam result for the Kashmir Division. The Board had released the result for Jammu Division a couple of days earlier. Students who appeared in the examination will be able to check their result through the Board's official website. Result will be available after providing examination roll number.
JKBOSE 12th Result 2020: How to check?
JKBOSE 12th results for Kashmir Division candidates are available on the following websites: jkbose.ac.in and indiaresults.com.
Follow the steps given here to download your JKBOSE results:
Step 1 : Visit link given above.
Step 2 : On the next page open, enter Examination roll number.
Step 3: Submit the details.
Step 5 : Check your JKBOSE 12th Class from the next page.
JKBOSE conducts Class 10 and Class 12 board exams separately for Jammu, Kashmir, Kargil, and Leh divisions. The Board also conducts examinations for both regular and private candidates.
Among the Jammu Division students, in Science stream, Neha Parihar of Green Model Higher Secondary School, Doda, who secured 486 marks with 97.2% topped the exams while Ankit Sharma of Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Kishtwar, who secured 478 marks with a 95.6% came second.
In Commerce stream, Anand Gupta of Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Bhaderwah, who secured 429 marks with 85.8 % topped the exams while Mohd Saleem of Hajra Begum Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Bhaderwah, who secured 417 marks with an 83.4 % came second.
In Arts stream, Diya Mahajan of Government Higher Secondary School, Khellani Doda, who secured 472 marks with 94.4 % topped the exams while Aruva Banoo of Zahida Begum Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Kishtwar, who secured 451 marks with a 90.2 % came second.
JKBOSE has released the result for Class 10 examination for Kashmir division in the first week of January. When the Class 10 board examinations were announced, thousands of students were making frantic efforts to know their result by calling their relatives and friends outside Kashmir in the wake of the internet blockade in the Valley.
Hundreds of students visited the office of the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education office at Bemina to get their result but were turned back by the officials.
"We were told to check the result from the board website. It sounded like a cruel joke as there is internet blockade in Kashmir," Saniya Hamid, a candidate, said. She added that she had to call her cousin in Delhi to get her result checked.
Tabeen Ahmad, another student, said he will have to wait till the official gazette is made available by the board to know his result.
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