The JKBOSE 12th Result 2020 for Jammu/Summer Zone has been declared with girls performing better than boys.

Jammu, June 28:

JKBOSE 12th Result 2020 for Jammu/Summer Zone declared: The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education i.e. JKBOSE has now formally released the JKBOSE 12th Class Result 2020 for students from Jammu Region/Summer Region. As the results of JKBOSE 12th Result 2020 has been declared, students can now log onto the official portal of JKBOSE i.e. to check their results online.

JKBOSE 12th Result 2020 pass percentage
According to media reports, 77 per cent of the students have cleared the JKBOSE Jammu/Summer zone exams.

A total number of 33,779 students appeared in the exam out of which 26,139 managed to pass.

JKBOSE 12th Result 2020: Government schools improve performance
Government schools have performed better this year from 55.70% last year to 73% this year showing an increase of 17.3%.

However, private schools have attained 85% pass percentage, while it was 73.07% last year. This year private schools have an increase of 11.93%.

JKBOSE 12th Result 2020: Toppers
As many as 26 students from the government schools have grabbed the top positions in Science. The first position is shared by three students of government schools and two private schools.

The 2nd position also bagged by a government school student.

From the Arts stream, as many as 9 students are among the top 10 rank holders.

From the commerce stream, two students are among the top 10 with 2nd and 8th position.

From home science, 7 students are among the top 10 rank holders.

Girls outshine boys in JKBOSE 2020
As usual, girls have outshined boys in this exam too just like most of the exams. The girls have performed better in all three streams, including – arts, commerce, and science streams.

The overall pass percentage of girls is 82%, while for boys the overall pass percentage is 73%.

Keeping up with the national trend, girls outshined the boys in all three streams i.e. in Arts, Commerce and Science streams. Overall in all three streams, girls secured pass percentage of 82% as compared to 73% of Boys.