The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has released the result of the revaluation examination for the annual Class 10 winter zone (private) exams 2015 as well as Higher Secondary part II annual 2015 (private) Jammu (W/Z). The results were released yesterday on JKBOSE’s official website. Students can see their results from the steps given below.
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Steps to check the JKBOSE private reval results 2015:
Log on to the official website of the Board, jkbose.co.in
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On the right hand side of the page, locate the link for the reval result under the “Latest Results” section. In case it is not there, you can go to the “Notifications” link on the top of the page.
A new page will open. Click on the relevant link displayed on the page
Your result will be displayed in a PDF format in a new page. The PDF will contain the final result of all the candidates along with their names and roll numbers.
Check your name and roll number in the list and save a copy of the list to your computer for future reference
The JKBOSE also released a statement yesterday saying that it will go ahead with all examinations as planned but decided that the students would have to attempt only half the questions in the paper. The exams are scheduled to commence from November 14 this year.
The Board felt that though the exams have already been postponed by about a month, they cannot be pushed back any further or be conducted in March as the students will then be busy in studying for other competitive or entrance examinations.
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