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61.44% pass in 12th class exam results
SRINAGAR, Jan 11: Results of 12th class annual, regular examinations held in November last year were declared by the State Board of School Education on Thursday with overall pass percentage of 61.44.

The results of Higher Secondary Part two were announced on BOSE website this afternoon followed by the official notification.

A board official said that the overall percentage of students who have qualified the exams is 61.44 with as many as 55193 students appeared in exams.

He said that the girls have outshined the boys in class 12th exams with total of 33893 students declared pass and 17230 fail.

According to official figures the pass percentage of boys has been recorded as 58.92 followed by 64.31 percent girls.

Compared to class 10th girls have performed better in 12th class with Durdana Masoodi of Govt Girls Higher Secondary School Baramulla topped with 487 marks, 97.4 percent followed by Munazah Shafi of Government Girls HSS Kothi Bagh and Madeeha Khan of Green Valley Educational Institute with 484 marks, 96.8 percent and 483 marks 96.6 percent

Muthashim Rafiqi of Burn School Srinagar has topped in Science stream with 498 marks 98.8 percent.

Father of Science topper Muthshim, Iftikhar Rafiqi said “I cannot describe in words how happy I am, my son made me proud today. His hard work paid finally”

Iqra Rashid of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Kothi Bagh bagged 480 marks, 96 percent stood first while second and third toppers Aazima Noorie and Fiza Jan students of Government Girls HSS, Anantnag bagged 465 marks, 93 percent and 443 88.6 percent respectively.

The first position in the faculty of Commerce is shared by 6 girls including Afreen Nazir of Islamia Higher Secondary School, Srinagar, Farisa and Mehreen Hilal of Green Valley Educational Institute, Sehrish Nafiz, Tabish Noor and Zaira Bashir of Government Girls HSS Nawa Kadal.

News Updated at : Friday, January 12, 2018
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