Twelfth Class Results: Girls Outshine Boys, Take All Top Positions

SRINAGAR: In the twelfth standard results that the JK Board of School Education made public today, 75 per cent (54075) of 72180 candidates have passed. In this result as well, the girls have outshined boys and bagged most of the top positions.

The topper in twelfth class 2021: From Top left – Arusa Parvez, Tabinah Jan, Sahila Nabi, Adiba Muzamail, Hafaa Yousuf and Suhail Dar

Arusa Parvez has secured the highest marks of 499. A student of Kashmir Harvard Naseembagh, she is a science student. The second position (498) in science was bagged by Simrah Hafeez, a student of  Government Higher Secondary School, Soura. Fiza Zahoor Tantary is the third topper (497) from Government Higher Secondary School, Rajbagh. The third position was shared with four others.

The top ten positions in science are shared by a whopping 259 candidates but the topper is only one.

The first position in commerce was taken by Tabinda Jan, also a student of Kashmir Harvard. She got 497 marks. The second position in Commerce was shared by Rutba Bashir of Government Higher Secondary School, Amira Kadal with SAliq Ashraf of Government Higher Secondary School Anantnag.

In the arts stream, Adeebh Muzamil has bagged the top position with 496 marks. She is a student of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothibagh. However, she shared the position with two others – taking the same marks – Hafsa Yousuf of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Verinag and Suhail Ahmad Dar, a student of Government Boys Higher Secondary School Pulwama.

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In the Home Science category, Sahila Nabi, a student of Kothibagh, had taken the top position with 495 marks.

The Board gazette said 23573 secured distinction (370 marks+), 20716 were in first division (above 295), 9277 got second division (235 above), 509 got third division (177 above), and 17384 will have to reappear. Only 721 candidates failed.

The top positions in science, home science and commerce, the toppers have not shared their status with any other candidate, the results suggest.

The girls have done better than boys. Overall girls have a pass percentage of 78 per cent in comparison to boys who have an overall pass percentage of 72 per cent. A total of 37301 boys and 34879 girls had appeared in the examination. Against 27104 girls only 26971 girls were declared successful.

In the arts stream, 20594 boys had appeared but only 64 per cent (13082) have passed. Unlike boys, 21702 girls had appeared in arts and 72 per cent of them – 15578  – have managed to pass the examination.

In the commerce stream, 2232 of 2838 boys have passed the examination (79 per cent). There were 708 girls who passed out of a total of 787 in commerce making it 90 per cent.

In the science stream – the key elements of the twelfth class – 13869 boys had appeared in the examination and 84 per cent of them – 11657 have passed. In the girls’ section, the total candidates who had appeared were 12390 and 87 per cent of them – 10818 have passed the examination.

On the subject wise scores, 85 per cent candidates have managed to pass the basic and mandatory English. What is interesting is that all the elite schools do not figure in the toppers list the way they used to be.

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