JKBOSE Class 11th Result 2023 Expected This Week at jkbose.nic.in
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is expected to announce the results for Class 11 soon. Once declared, students who appeared for the board examination can check their scores on the official website, jkbose.nic.in. To access the results, applicants will need to provide their hall ticket number and date of birth on the login page. However, an official confirmation from the board is still pending.
Here are the steps to check the JKBOSE Class 11 result:
- Visit the official website of JKBOSE, jkbose.nic.in.
- On the homepage, navigate and click on the 'JKBOSE Class 11 Result' option.
- A login window will appear. Enter your roll number and date of birth, then click on 'Submit.'
- Your JKBOSE Class 11 result will be displayed on the screen.
- Double-check all the details and download your scorecard for future reference.
If you have any concerns or queries, you can directly contact the examination authority or inform your school authorities. Students affiliated with JKBOSE must score a minimum of 33 percent to pass the exam. The JKBOSE Class 11 scorecard will include essential information such as the candidate's name, roll number, date of birth, exam name, total subjects, minimum required marks, marks obtained, and total marks secured.
In case candidates are dissatisfied with their marks or answer sheets, they can opt for the re-evaluation process. The official board will release an online application form for re-evaluation, and students will need to pay a specified fee for the rechecking process.
For students who did not pass the exam, supplementary exams will be conducted after the declaration of the JKBOSE Class 11 result. The board will release the date sheet for supplementary exams shortly. It's worth noting that the Class 12th result was announced on June 10, 2023, with an overall pass percentage of 65 percent. Additionally, the Class 10 results were released on June 19, with an overall pass percentage of 79.89 percent. Girls outperformed boys, with 81.68 percent compared to 78.23 percent.