Updated: July 30, 2021 12:13:35 pm
JAC Jharkhand Board Class 10th Result 2021: State Education Minister Jagarnath Mahto today announced the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) the class 10 results. Students can check the marks that they have scored on the official websites — jacresults.com, jac.nic.in, jharresults.nic.in, and jac.jharkhand.gov.in.
A total of 4,33,571 students who registered for the exam, as many as 4,15,924 candidates have been declared as pass. This is the first time when results are released without conducting the exam.
The Jharkhand Board has increased this year with 95.93 per cent. Last year, 75.01 per cent of students passed the matric exam. This year, a record 2.70 lakh students have got first division.
JAC Jharkhand Board Class 10th Result 2021: How to check result
Step 1: Visit the official websites — jacresults.com, jac.nic.in, jharresults.nic.in, or jac.jharkhand.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the result link
Step 3: You will be redirected to a new page
Step 4: Log-in using details
Step 5: Result will appear, download
The Jharkhand government had announced the cancellation of Class 10 and 12 board exams conducted by the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC), in the wake of the COVID-19 situation. “Today, in view of the circumstances arising out of Covid-19 and the demand of students and parents, I have decided to cancel the Class 10th and 12 board examinations to be conducted by Jharkhand Examination Council for this session,” Chief Minister Hemant Soren had said.
A total of 3,85,144 students had appeared for their matric exams in 2020, of which, 2,88,928 had passed it. Last year, class 10 pass percentage was 75.01 per cent which is the highest in the last seven years. Following the 2019 trend, boys had outperformed girls in 2020, however, the difference remained at only one per cent.
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