Matric Results 2015: 65.27 Percent Students Declared Successful

KL NEWS NETWORK

SRINAGAR

Almost 65.27 % of the total students who appeared in annual tenth class examinations in 2015 have been declared successful by J&K Board of School Education.

Reports reaching here said that a student, Tabish Manzoor Khan of Radiant Public School Islamabad, secured top position in the examinations. He scored 498 marks out of a total of 500.

While Aneesa Haleen of Mallinson and Hiba Intikhab of Shah-e-Hamdan Memorial School Shopian secured second and third positions. They scored 491 and 490 marks, respectively.

A total of 29162 students of government run schools who had appeared in the examination, 14716 have been declared successful with pass percentage of 50.46 percent.

While as in private schools 31657 students appeared, of which 24981 qualified the examination with a pass percentage of 78.91 percent.

The overall percentage of students who have passed the exams stand at 65.27, of which pass percentage of boys is 67.28 and girls pass percentage is 63.04.
Again, the government schools have lagged behind private schools in the results. 50.46 per cent students of government schools have qualified the examinations, while 78.91 percent of students in private schools have passed.
“14,716 have been declared successful out of a total of 29,162 students of government schools who had appeared in the examination, while 24,981 students out of 31657of private schools have qualified for the next class,” a board official said.
While 2296 scored A1 grade, 5186 A2, 6036 B1, 7005 B2, 8176 C1, 6013 C2 and 741D.
In English 60608 appeared and 70.63 per cent students have qualified; in Mathematics out of 60099, 65.18 per cent students have qualified; of 357 students in Hindi 92.86 per cent students passed; in Urdu 81.73 percent students passed out of 59,693; in Science 60336, 74.66 per cent students passed; in Social Science 60224, 73.89 per cent students passed
In the language subjects, 92.60 per cent students have passed in Arabic out of 1054; in Kashmiri, only 39 students have passed and all of them have passed. In Computer Science out of 42 students, 60 per cent students have qualified. (with KNS inputs)

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