Srinagar: As many as 76 percent students passed annual examinations of 11th standard in Kashmir division, the results of which were announced on Tuesday by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Tuesday.
According to the reports, girl students outshined boys and registered a pass percentage of 79 compared to 74 percent secured by boys.
BOSE also said that a total of 75,652 students were enrolled for the exams out of which 57,658 qualified it.
According to BOSE, at least 25,701 students bagged the distinction in the annual regular exams of 11th standard, 21,309 students got first division, 9339 secured second division, 1294 students passed the exams with third division and fifteen students qualified their additional third subject.
The figures also reveal that in the exams, at least 394 students were absent, 20 students were having dispute in eligibilities, eight were disqualified and an examination of three students was cancelled.
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