J&K Board Class 12 Results Out, Girls Outshine Boys With 77% Pass Rate


Girls outperformed boys in the Class 12 board exam of Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE), the results of which were declared on Thursday, officials said.

A total of 74 per cent of the 93,340 enrolled students cleared the examination, the officials said.

Girls achieved a pass percentage of 77 per cent, compared to the pass rate of 72 per cent for boys.

A total of 25,435 students secured distinction, while 33,437 got the first division.

The top three positions across all streams – Arts, Commerce, Science, and Home Science – were secured by female students, the officials stated.

Anushah Gul, a student at Green Valley Educational Institute, clinched the top spot overall. Hailing from the Zakura area on the outskirts of the city, Gul pursued Commerce and attained a score of 498 marks in the 12th board exam.

Speaking to PTI over phone, Gul expressed contentment with her result.

“Obviously, I am very happy. I had worked very hard and the results have shown that,” she said.

Gul attributed her success to her parents, teachers, and her own diligence.

Sharing her success mantra, Gul said there was no alternative to hard work and dedication.

“You have to work hard and it will never disappoint. You have to give your 100 per cent and will get 200 per cent back. You have to be devoted and dedicated,” she added.

 A total of 74 per cent of the 93,340 enrolled students cleared the examination.    

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