The Jharkhand Matric result 2014 will be announced today and students can log onto https://www.jagranjosh.com/results/2014-jharkhand-10th-32406 to obtain more information. Students are supposed to click on the link mentioned above, and once this is done all they need to do is enter their particulars such as their roll number. When this process is completed students can get to see their results on the screen. The results for these examinations were held in the month of March. Students can even get in touch with their results via SMS or e-mail address.
The Jharkhand board of education is one of the finest boards providing qualitative education to its students. Apart from conducting examinations the board also prescribes its students syllabus and curriculum. There are several schools and colleges affiliated under this board of education. The board of education leaves no stone unturned to provide education which surely benefits the students in the long run.
The literacy rate in the Jharkhand has seen in the upward trend and as per 2011 census the upward trend has reached to 66.41%. Of that, male literacy stands at 76.84% while female literacy at 52.04%. In 2001, literacy rate in Jharkhand stood at 53.56% percent of which male and female were 63.83%and 38.87% percent literacy respectively. The best part of the state is that education here starts at the age of 5 when the children are admitted to schools. Also the board of education has effectively started various schemes to make sure that every child in the state is bestowed with proper education. If 2014 statistics are taken into consideration then approximately 4,80,000 students had registered for the examinations.
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