JAC Jharkhand Board Class 10th Result 2020: The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) released the state class 10 result on Wednesday, July 8. Around 3.8 lakh students had appeared in the class 10 exam this year which was held between February 11 and 28 and the results for the same have been declared today – July 8. The matric exam is available at 1 pm at jacresults.com, jac.jharkhand.gov.in.
This year, the number of students clearing the exam has been the highest in the past seven years. This year’s class 10 pass percentage is 75.01 per cent, as per the official data. Further, most of the students who have passed the exam have obtained the first division – as many as 1,48,051 students. Followed by 1,24,036 students who got second and 16,841 students who got the third division.
The results were expected by May, however, have been released in July. The delay has been caused due to the steep rise in the coronavirus cases across the country and the nationwide lockdown induced which delayed the evaluation process.
Following last year’s trend, boys have outperformed girls, however, the difference has remain of only one percent. This year, as many as 75.88 per cent boys who appeared for the exam could cleared while the percentage of girls was 74.25 per cent.
Students who are not satisfied with their grades can apply for re-evaluation, for which they will be required to submit an application along with a fee as mentioned by the board. The students who fail to clear the exams can appear for Jharkhand Board Compartmental/Improvement Exam.
This exam provides candidates with a second chance to improve their scores in single or multiple subjects. Students can appear for the improvement exams by filling an application form, which will be notified by the board on its official website. The Jharkhand Board Compartmental examination 2020 is usually held in June/July, however this time due to the coronavirus pandemic the dates have been extend towards August or even later.
Meanwhile, the state class 12 results are expected to be released towards the end of this month. Around 6.21 lakh students had appeared for the board exams this year.
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