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JKBOSE Announces 10th and 12th Class Results
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) announced the results of Class 12th examinations on 4th May'16, 2016.
According to the reports, girls performed better than boys and a pass percentage of 49 has been recorded. Candidates can check their result on the official website of the Jammu and Kashmir Board.
About the Board:
The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education was established through a legislation under the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education Act, 1975.
The apex body is the governing board comprising the following members:
- Chairman, J & K State BOSE ? Commissioner/Secretary Education
- Director School Education (Jammu Division)
- Director School Education (Kashmir Division)
- A representative each of the two Universities of Jammu & Kashmir respectively, to be nominated by the concerned University Council
- Four school teachers to be nominated by Government, of whom 2 shall be lady teachers concerned with Girls’ Education and 2 male teachers concerned with Boys’ Education
- An eminent educationist connected with the administration, to be nominated by Government
- A representative of one of the Teachers’ Training Institutions in the States, to be nominated by the Government
- 2 persons nominated by Government, one male and one female officer from among Principals, Headmasters and Headmistress of teaching institutions in the State
- Secretory, BOSE (Member Secretory)
Functions of BOSE:
- Conduct public examinations of secondary and higher secondary Classes
- Prepare and publish results of examinations
- Grant diplomas and certificates
- Prescribe the courses of instruction, scheme of studies, prepare syllabi, curriculum and textbooks for the School Education as per National Policy on Education
- Print and supply textbooks to the School Education Department
- Provide education through State Open School under open distance learning (ODL) mode for those who have missed formal schooling
- Award medals and prizes to meritorious students in public examinations
- Grant affiliation to private (secondary and higher secondary) schools
- Implement National Sponsored Schemes like Adolescence Education Programme, NTSE/NMMS, Scholarships, National Achievement Survey, etc.
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