The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Secondary Education (JKBOSE) released the results for the class 10 board examination in the Kashmir division. Students and guardians can check the results from the official website – jkbose.nic.in. The examination was successfully held from November 09 to 27, 2021. Previously, the Board has announced the results a week before. For checking the results, students can use either roll numbers or names.
How to check?
The results can only be checked from the official website of JKBOSE. To know how to search for the results by name, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of JKBOSE at jkbose.nic.in
Step 2- Click on the drop-down menu beside the ‘Result’ button.
Step 3- Now, select Kashmir division after which a new page will open.
Step 4- Click on the appropriate link for checking the JKBOSE class 10th result.
Step 5- The login portal will open.
Step 6- Enter the candidate’s name on the box provided below the roll number.
Step 7- Type the characters as shown in the image and click on the ‘Submit’ button.
Step 8- The results will be displayed.
Direct Link to Check JKBOSE Class 10th Result 2021-2022 by Name – Click Here
Students and guardians must note that the results were initially supposed to be out by 3 PM. However, it seems that the link has not been activated yet. It is suggested to one’s roll numbers handy as well in case there arises some technical glitch. The results will be declared in the form of a mark sheet or scorecard. It will contain the personal details of the examinees along with the subject-wise marks. At the bottom of the result, the qualifying status of the student will be displayed.
It now seems that the ‘Result’ section of the official website is down possibly due to some technical reasons. However, as and when the link is activated, students and guardians can follow the process detailed above to check and download the JKBOSE class 10th result 2021-2022. In case the problem persists, then one should try again after some time.
JKBOSE has earlier announced that a candidate needs to secure at least 33% of the total marks to pass in a particular subject. As such, based on the aggregate percentage, the candidates shall be given grades in the class 10 exam. The results will be released only for the Kashmir division.