JAC 10th Result 2019: Follow these 3 steps to check 10th Jharkhand Board Results online
JAC 10th result 2019: Where and How to check 10th Board Results. Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC), Ranchi will declare the 10th board exam result today at 1:30 PM.Updated: May 16, 2019 13:02 IST
Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC), Ranchi will declare the 10th board exam result today. JAC official has confirmed that the result be released today at 1:30 PM. Once the result is declared, candidates can check their scores on the official websites.
Around 4.4 lakh candidates are anxiously waiting for their matric results.Candidates will have to follow just three steps to download their results.
JAC 10th Result 2019: How to check matric results
Step:1 Visit the official websites of JAC at:
Step: 2 On the homepage, find the link that reads ‘JAC class 10th Result’
Step 3: Key in your login credentials like roll code and roll number and submit
Your result will be displayed on screen
Download and take its print out.
Earlier today, a JAC official told HT that after compilation of results, a committee examined it. “If the process completes early, results might be declared today. Otherwise, it will be announced tomorrow,” the official said.
JAC has already declared the results of intermediate science and commerce exam 2019 on May 14. The intermediate result was a surprise for everyone as the council did not make any announcements before declaring the results.
This year, 4.4 lakh students had appeared for the Jharkhand Board matric examination that was conducted from February 20 to March 9.
JAC chairman Arvind Singh informed that altogether 4,41,274 students had appeared for the matric exams, around 10,000 students more than the previous year. In 2018, a total of 4.31 lakh had appeared for the same. Singh said that 3,15,181 students took the intermediate examinations, which was around 3.16 lakh previous year.
This was the first time when all examination procedures, right from registration to the issuance of admit cards, have been done online,” Mahip Singh said.
The JAC officials hope that the helpline initiative would help improve the results in both the examinations. In 2018, JAC registered 59.1% passed results in matriculation and a mere 48.34% passed results in intermediate (science).