Published By: Sukanya Nandy
Last Updated: June 29, 2023, 11:04 IST
The Class 11 result of the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is expected to be declared soon. Earlier this month, the Jammu and Kashmir Board announced the JKBOSE classes 10 and 12 results. According to reports, the class 11 result will be released by the end of June. However, an official confirmation from the board is still awaited. Once it is declared, students may check their scorecard online at jkbose.nic.in.
To download the JKBOSE 11th result, students need to enter their hall ticket number and date of birth on the login window. After downloading the Jammu and Kashmir Class 11 results, students must cross-check all the details mentioned on it. The scorecard of JKBOSE Class 11 will mention details like candidate name, roll number, date of birth, name of the exam, subjects in total, minimum marks required, marks scored, total marks secured, and qualifying status.
JKBOSE 11th Result 2023: Steps To Download
Step 1: Log on to JKBOSE’s official website
Step 2: Search and click on the ‘JKBOSE Class 11 Result’ link when available on the homepage.
Step 3: On the new window, key in your Class 11 roll number and date of birth. Then click on submit.
Step 4: The JKBOSE Class 11 result will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Check and download the Jammu and Kashmir 11th results.
Meanwhile, on June 19, JKBOSE announced the Class 10th results 2023. This year, there were about 1,48,701 students who registered for the JK board class 10 exam, out of which 1,18,791 successfully passed. The overall pass percentage for JKBOSE Class 10 this year was 79.89 per cent. Girls performed better than boys this time, scoring 81.68 per cent compared to the latter securing 78.23 per cent pass percentage.
Then on June 10, the JKBOSE 12th result 2023 was announced. A total of 1,27,636 candidates enrolled for the Class 12 exams this year, out of which 82,441 passed. The overall pass percentage was 65 per cent. While a total of 27,272 students achieved distinctions, 36,393 got first division, 17,734 recorded second division, and 1,042 secured third division.