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JAC Jharkhand board Class 10 and Class 12 results 2017 declared, check them here

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Tuesday declared the Class 10 and Class 12 or intermediate (science and commerce) board examinations results.

education Updated: Jun 04, 2017 16:03 IST
Saurav Roy
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The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Tuesday declared the Class 10 and Class 12 or intermediate (science and commerce) board examinations results.(Virendra Singh Gosain/HT file)

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Tuesday declared the Class 10 and Class 12 or intermediate (science and commerce) board examinations results. For Class 10, 57.91% students have cleared the exam. For Class 12, 52.36% have passed the science stream exam and 60.09% students passed in the commerce stream.

Candidates can check their results of Class 10 by clicking here. Enter roll code, roll number and date of birth and submit to view results.

Candidates can check their results of Class 12 or intermediate science results by clicking here

Candidates can check their results Class 12 or intermediate commerce results by clicking here.

The Class 10 exams were taken by 4,66,746 students this year across 941 centres in the state and the intermediate exams were conducted across 444 centres for 3,26,107 students.

The council hopes to improve the pass percentage of students this year. The performance of students deteriorated last year in Class 10 as well as intermediate, causing concerns for the council that has been dealing with poor results since its formation in 2003.

This year, the exams started on February 19 and concluded on March 7 amidst strict security measures as many of the exam centres fell in Maoist-hit areas of the tribal state. The exams, however, witnessed a few cases of students using unfair means and reported paper leaks.

“We were very strict this year with students caught using unfair means. I hope this comes as a lesson for potential cheaters,” JAC chairperson Singh said.

Formed in 2003 to conduct board examinations for schools that earlier fell under Bihar board in unified Bihar-Jharkhand, the council has failed to cross the pass percentage of 70 in science. In commerce, the pass percentage has varied from 65-75%.