The Jammu Kashmir Board of Secondary Education or JKBOSE has announced the final result of the Class 10th examination. The students who have appeared for the summer zone bi-annual exam can now go to the official website and check the result on the official website of the board that is jkbose.jk.gov.in. Earlier, the board declared the result for the class 12th Jammu region students. To check the results, students can follow the steps that are given in this article.
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Secondary Education (JKBOSE) earlier conducted the examination for both summer as well as winter zone students. According to the sources, Jammu and Kashmir Board, along with the Class 10 and 12 examination, will now also conduct the Class 11 annual examination from the next academic session 2018-19. Earlier, the board role was to provide the question papers for Class 11.
Here are some steps to check JKBOSE 10th Bi-Annual Result 2018:
Step 1: Log on to the official website, jkbose.jk.gov.in
Step 2: Click on the link for the ‘Result’
Step 3: Find the provided field and enter your roll number/name
Step 4: Click on the submit button
Step 5: Your result will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Now, download the same and take a printout for future reference
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School education is popularly known as JKBOSE in all over India. There are a number of schools affiliated with JKBOSE. Both private and government schools are affiliated with this famous education board. The JKBOSE is very important education board of Jammu and Kashmir that is entrusted with the responsibility to create syllabus and textbooks and to specify the courses of instruction for students. Not only that, the board also provides a number of facilities to the students including a library, different types of sports and computer lab. The JKBOSE works as a governmental body which is responsible for all development and maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir school education. In 1975, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education came into existence and this is divided into 2 separate zones - summer and winter zone which have more than 12 sub-offices in the state.