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JAC Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020: When and where to check result

JAC Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020: The result is available on the official websites -,,,

By: Education Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 4, 2020 2:46:24 pm
Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020 today Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020: Check result at these websites. Image source: Representational image/ designed by Gargi Singh

JAC Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020: The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) declared the result for class 8 exams today. Over 5 lakh students have appeared for the class 8 board exams this year. While the council has declared the class 9 result earlier this week, the class 12 result will be released by June-end.

Read | JAC Jharkhand Board 8th Result 2020 LIVE Updates

Last year, of over 5.56 lakh students, nearly 4.89 lakh appeared for the exam. As many as 84.58 per cent cleared the Jharkhand class 8 exam last year. In class 9 result, the pass percentage has seen a record jump from 84.58 per cent in 2019 to 97.425 this year. For JAC class 8 result too, the percentage is expected to go high.

But the key question in students’ minds is when and where to check the result

JAC students will be able to check result by 2 pm, as per the official notice. Last year and in class 9 result, technical glitches had delayed the display of results by around 30 minutes. Thus students can check results between 2-2:30 pm on June 4.

IN PICTURES | Websites to check JAC Board 8th Result 2020 

The result will be available on the official websites –,,, Further, several private websites too will host the result including –, and

READ | How to check JAC 8th result 

Since over 5 lakh students will be checking the result, a heavy load is expected on the website to get the result via SMS or email, students can register with as well by entering their details in the box below –

The council also has an official app which is available for Android and students can download it to get the latest updates from the JAC.

To pass the exams, students need to secure 30 per cent marks. The result will be available online only and will not be displayed in the respective schools due to the lockdown. Students might want to download their results to ensure they have a provisional mark sheet as official mark sheets will be disbursed only once the schools reopen.

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