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Jharkhand board inter arts result at around 2.30pm on June 20: Know how to check

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will declare the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 board examination conducted by it on Tuesday at around 2.30pm, a senior official said on Monday.

Board exams 2017 Updated: Jun 19, 2017 17:56 IST
Saurav Roy
The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will declare the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 board examination conducted by it on Tuesday at around 2.30pm, a senior official said on Monday.
The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will declare the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 board examination conducted by it on Tuesday at around 2.30pm, a senior official said on Monday.(Kunal Patil/HT file)

The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) will declare the result of the humanities stream of Class 12 board examination conducted by it on Tuesday at around 2.30pm, a senior official said on Monday.

“The results will be declared on Tuesday at around 2.30pm,” JAC chairperson Arvind Singh told the Hindustan Times.

Candidates can check their results on council’s official website jac.nic.in after they are declared. Click on the link for Class 12 arts result and key in the required details (like roll code and roll number). The result will be displayed on the screen.

This year, the exams between February 19 and March 7 were conducted amidst strict security as many of the exam centres fell in Maoist-hit areas of the tribal state. Few students were caught using unfair means and leaking of questions papers was also reported.

The intermediate exams were conducted across 444 centres for 3,26,107 students and over 1,87,610 appeared for the arts exam.

The result for the science and commerce were declared on May 30. The pass percentage of both the streams dipped as compared to last year. Out of the 90,871 examinees in science, 47,589 or 52.36% passed the exam. In commerce, out of the 47,622 students, 28,618 passed, recording a pass percentage of 60.09.