Girls surpass boys in class 12th result; 49% pass-out

*Out of 100, Govt schools secure 29 positions

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, May 3: Girls surpassed boys in the class 12th, the result of which was declared today by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE).
Out of total 100 positions, girls secured 69, while boys claimed remaining 31 in Science, Arts, Commerce and Home Science streams. Government schools also made their presence felt in the positions by securing 29.
In Science stream, 42 girls secured positions, while 26 boys made it to the Merit List. In Arts stream, 11 girls and 3 boys claimed positions, whereas in Commerce stream, 9 girls and 2 boys secured positions.
In Home Science, students of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi made clean sweep by securing all the seven positions.
A total of 42234 students took the examinations and the total pass percentage was 49 (20849).
In Science stream, first position was shared by Muskan Bhan of St Xavier Convent Higher Secondary School, Barnai and Vijay Lakshmi of Brahmrishi Bawra Shanti Vidya Peeth, Udhampur by securing 97.8 per cent marks, while the second position was claimed by Prabh Simran Kour of Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch by securing 486 marks out of 500.
The third position was shared by Ayushman Bandral of Vijay Higher Secondary School, Udhampur and Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar by bagging 97 per cent marks, the fourth position was shared by Anmol Sharma of Public Jyoti Higher Secondary School, Chhan Rorian, Shreya Verma of Kotwal National Institute of Teaching HSS, Talab Tillo and Um Abhia Saleem of Panorma Public Higher Secondary School Rajouri by securing 482 marks.
The fifth position was claimed by Akhil Jasrotia of Little Angels Higher Secondary School, Kathua by securing 96.2 per cent marks, while the sixth position has been shared by Nancy Bhardwaj of Christ Higher Secondary School Poonch, Nidhika Saini of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School Jeevan Nagar and Rupali Singh of Government Higher Secondary School, Baja Bain by securing 480 marks.
The seventh position has been shared by Anchal Sharma of Sprindales Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Arun Mahajan of Government SRML Higher Secondary School, Parade, Dwarka Gaadhi of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Gorav Singh of Mother India Senior Secondary School, RS Pura, Sakshi Gupta of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi, Savneet Singh of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Sheweta Talashi of St Xavier Convent Higher Secondary School, Barnai, Shivali Sihotra of Government Higher Secondary School, Pallan, Billawar, Suhaib Ul Sabah of Springdales Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Tahil Kundal of Tiny Scholars Higher Secondary School, Kathua and Vishwas Kudyar of Government Higher Secondary School, Ramnagar by securing 479 marks.
The eighth position has been shared by Abhinabh Bhardwaj of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Biveshta Sharma of St Xavier Convent Higher Secondary School, Barnai, Eva Sharma of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Gulshan Kumar of Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Kathua, Harnit Singh Sudan of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road, Inderjeet Singh of Government Higher Secondary School, Baja Bain, Kashish Gupta of Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Greater Kailash, Lubna Mayan of Oriental Academy, Afghan Mohalla, Suneha Sharma of St Xavier Convent Higher Secondary School, Barnai, Upasana Sharma of Infant Jesus Higher Secondary School, Hiranagar and Vansh Mahajan of St Peter’s Higher Secondary School, Karan Bagh by claiming 95.6 per cent marks.
The ninth position was shared by Aleesha Sambyal of Shishu Niketan Higher Secondary School, Samba, Arshdeep Singh of Government Higher Secondary School, Samba, Arushi Khajuria of Infant Jesus Higher Secondary School, Hiranagar, Gargi Choudhary of Government Higher Secondary School, Ghou-Manhasan, Harshdeep Singh of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Jaspreet Singh Chand of Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Kajal Puri of Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Kanchan Sharma of RS Jagriti Niketan Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Rasika Sikka of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Ravinder Mahajan, Little Angels Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Shadab Aslam of Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Sonali Manhas of St Xavier Convent Higher Secondary School, Barnai and Vaishali Sharma of Mother Teresa Convent Higher Secondary School, Dharmni by securing 477 marks.
The 10th position with 476 marks has been secured by Akhilesh Angurana of Happy Model Higher Secondary School, Udhampur, Ambika Sharma of Infant Jesus Higher Secondary School, Hiranagar, Ayushi Oberoi of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Falaiq Imtiaz of Christ Higher Secondary School, Poonch, Mitali Sharma of Brahmrishi Bawra Shanti Vidya Peeth HSS Udhampur, Mukesha Kumar of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Neeraj Sharma of Government Higher Secondary School (Boys) Gandhi Nagar, Neha Mahajan of Government Higher Secondary School, Billawar, Parul Sharma of RS jagriti Niketan Higher Secondary School, Kathua, Prashant Puri of Government Higher Secondary School (Boys), Sunderbani, Rahul Singh of Brahmrishi Bawra Shanti Vidya Peeth HSS Udhampur, Rajesh Subash Chinchole of Brahmrishi Bawra Shanti Vidya Peeth HSS Udhampur, Reia Rani of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Sunderbani, Sakshi Sharma of Government Girls Higher Secondary School Sunderbani, Shabana Malik of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar, Shivika Gupta and Simran Mahajan of Brahmrishi Bawra Shanti Vidya Peeth HSS Udhampur, Sukriti Sharma of SSM Jammu Public Higher Secondary School, Patoli, Trishla Koushal of Government Higher Secondary School, Nagrota, Tushar Keshav of Mother India Senior Secondary School, RS Pura and Vishaly Devi of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar.
In Arts, the first position has been claimed by Chetna of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar by securing 477 marks, while the second position has been secured by Syed Aisha Mushtaq by securing 95.2 per cent marks, the third position has been secured by Shriya Aggarwal of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi by bagging 474 marks and fourth position has been claimed by Anchal Gupta of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road by securing 94.6 per cent marks.
The fifth position has been shared by Shriya Jasrotia of Little Angels Higher Secondary School, Kathua and Suneha Sharma of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road by securing 472 marks, while the sixth position has been bagged by Narvinder Kour of SP Senior Secondary School, Bari Brahmana by claiming 94.2 per cent marks.
The seventh position with 470 marks has been shared by Rohail Shamim Wani of Government SRML Higher Secondary School. Parade and Shahnaz Akhter of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, the eighth position has been secured by Pallavi Sharma of Government Higher Secondary Jourian Akhnoor by claiming 469 marks, the ninth position has been secured by Prarthana Chib of Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Rehari by securing 468 marks.
The tenth position was claimed by Jasleen Kour by Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi, Munish Sharma of Shiv Public Higher Secondary School, Seri Rakwalan and Sohail Ahmad Wani of SP Higher Secondary School, Exchange Road by claiming 93.4 per cent marks.
In Commerce stream, the first position was secured by Palak Gupta of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar by securing 484 marks, the second position has been bagged by Damandeep Singh of Mother India Higher Secondary School, RS Pura by securing 96.4 per cent marks, Shivani Verma of Oriental Academy Afghan Mohalla secured third position by claiming 479 marks, the fourth position has been bagged by Surbi Gupta of Oriental Academy Afghan Mohalla by securing 95.6 per cent marks and the sixth position has been secured by Shivani Manhotra of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar by claiming 476 marks.
The seventh position has been shared by Sourav Pandey of Government SRML Higher Secondary School, Parade and Sukhdeep Kour of Unique Public Higher Secondary School, Gadigarh by securing 475 marks, the eight position has been claimed by Tavleen Kaur of Shiksha Niketan Higher Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar by securing 473 marks, the ninth position with 472 marks has been secured by Taneet Kour of Shiksha Niketan by securing 475 marks, Jeevan Nagar and the tenth position has been claimed by Lakshmi Rajpur of Shiksha Niketan by securing 475 marks, Jeevan Nagar by claiming 94.2 per cent marks.
In Home Science stream, Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Mubarak Mandi made clean sweep by securing all the seven positions. The first position has been secured by Iqra Banoo by securing 475 marks, the second position was secured by Pragati Jain by claiming 329 marks.
The third position has been bagged by Pooja Sharma by securing 322 marks, the fourth position was secured by Khekashan Bhat by claiming 312 marks, Pooja Shan claimed fifth position by securing 59.2 per cent, the sixth position has been secured by Shabti Sharma by securing 282 marks and Shimona Jamwal claimed seventh position by securing 54.2 per cent.

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