JKBOSE’s new marks distribution scheme: 33 % in English, 36 % in elective subjects to pass in examination

Wajahat Shabir. Updated: 2/13/2024 1:57:20 AM Front Page

SRINAGAR: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has issued a notice detailing the marks distribution scheme for the academic session 2023-24 for the Higher Secondary Part-I and Part-II (Class11th and 12th) examinations.
According to the notice, students enrolled in Humanities, Science, Home Science, and Commerce streams in class 12th must attain a minimum number of marks to successfully pass their examinations.
The regulations stipulate that candidates must secure a minimum of 33% in General English and 36% in each of the remaining four elective subjects chosen by the candidate.
As per standing regulations, the percentage of passing marks is 33% in General English and 36% in each of the remaining four (04) elective subjects opted by the candidate. In a subject in which there is a practical examination, the percentage of marks required to be obtained by a candidate shall be 36% in theory and practical (Separately in the practical test and internal Assessment) and 36% in the aggregate of theory and practical, reads the notice issued by JKBOSE.
In subjects where practical examinations are included, candidates are required to achieve a minimum of 36% in both theory and practical exams, separately, as well as an aggregate score of 36% encompassing both theory and practical components.
The notice further elaborates on the specific requirements for subjects such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Geography, Geology, Mathematics, Statistics, Environmental Science, Information Practices, Computer Science, Food Technology, Human Development, Clothing for the Family, Extension Education, and Business Studies.
For instance, subjects like Physics, Chemistry, and Biology have defined pass mark criteria for theory, internal assessment, and practical exams, whereas subjects like Geography, Mathematics, and Environmental Science outline the minimum marks needed for both theory and practical components.
Another notice has been issued for the Class 11th examination.
The minimum No. of marks required to pass the examination in each part in Humanities, Science, Home Science and Commerce shall be as under As per standing regulations, the percentage of passing marks is 33% in General English and 36% in each of the remaining four (04) elective subjects opted by the candidate. In a subject in which there is a practical examination, the percentage of marks required to be obtained by a candidate shall be 36% in theory and practicals (Separately in the practical test' and internal Assessment) and 36% in the aggregate of theory and practical, it reads.
The regulations for minimum and maximum for Class 11th are the same as for Class 12th.


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