BOSE declares Class 12th Result, pass percentage 55 as girls outshine boys

Jammu, Apr 25: The girls have once again outshined boys in class twelfth examinations of Summer Zone the result of which was declared here on Wednesday by the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education.
The total pass percentage however, was 55.
Out of total 60 positions, girls claimed 35 whereas 25 positions went to boys kitty.
In Science and Commerce streams, boys dominated with maximum positions while girls claimed more positions in Arts Stream.
In Science stream, Japleen Kour of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, bagged first position with 98.2 percent marks while Aryan Gupta of S P Higher Secondary School bagged second position and four students claimed third position.
In Arts stream, Jhanvi Gupta of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar bagged first position with 97.8 percent while Gagan Parihar of Vijay Higher Secondary School, Udhampur and Riya Kumari of Girls Higher Secondary School, Nowabad, bagged second position each and Shagun Mahajan of S P Higher Secondary School bagged third position.
In Home Science Stream, Ananya Khajuria of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi topped with 92.6 percent while Mahveesh Jain and Nehal Pandotra of the same school bagged second and third positions respectively.
In Commerce stream Shubham Gupta of SP Higher Secondary School bagged first position with 97.4 percent and Karan Raj Gupta and Mohammad Iteeq of the same school bagged second and third positions respectively.
In total 37, 858 students had registered themselves for the examination out of which 20,646 were declared pass.
As per the gazette released by the State Board, 5247 students bagged distinctions, 8944 bagged first divisions, 5843 were declared pass with second division, 612 bagged third division, 14752 students were declared re-appear and 2460 got failed.
Meanwhile 87 students remained absent, the result of 2469 students remain withheld, the examination of 28 students was declared cancelled while three students were found ineligible.