JKBOSE Class 12th board results: Pass percentage witnesses 9 percent jump against last year


The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has announced a significant increase in the pass percentage for the Class 12 board exams, reaching 74% this year, up from 65% in 2023.

The results were declared today, and students from all streams—Science, Commerce, Arts, and Vocational—who participated in the examinations held between March 6 to March 28, 2024, for soft zones and April 8 to May 11, 2024, for hard zones, can access their results online on the official website of Jammu Kashmir State Board of School Education.

In 2023, a total of 1,27,636 students registered for the Class 12 exams, with 82,441 passing, resulting in a 65% pass rate. Girls outperformed boys with a 68% pass rate compared to the boys’ 61%. Notably, 27,272 candidates achieved distinctions, 36,393 earned first division, 17,734 secured second division, and 1,042 received third division. However, 3,243 students failed, while 41,952 were scheduled to retake the exam.

In 2024, JKBOSE officials said that the overall pass percentage has increased to 74%. Among the successful candidates, female students achieved a pass rate of 77%, surpassing the male students, who had a pass rate of 72%.

This year, a total of 93,340 students registered for the Class 12 exams with 69,385 passing. 25,435 candidates achieved distinctions, 33,437 earned first division, 10,318 secured second division, and 195 received third division. However, 1,034 students failed, while 22,921 were scheduled to retake the exam.

This improvement reflects the hard work and dedication of both students and educators in Jammu Kashmir. It also highlights the ongoing efforts to enhance the quality of education and support systems in the region.

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