Srinagar: As Class XII students continue to wait for the declaration of their results, the officials from the Board of School Education (BOSE) said the results would be declared in the coming week.
Veena Pandita, chairperson of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE), the nodal agency for conducting the board exams, said the results would be declared in the coming week, as they will make some last arrangements to declare the results.
“It will not take more than four days,” the official said.
While the exams of Class X and XII started simultaneously in the last week of October last year and completed in November, the results of Class X were already declared last week, in which 75 per cent students qualified the exams. But the students of Class XII have been appealing to the authorities to declare the results.
More than 48,000 students appeared in Class XII exams this year. More than 1 lakh students appeared in the board exams that were held amid tension and 65,000 of them appeared in Class X and among them 42,074 students have qualified the exams this year.
The board officials said they were satisfied the way exams were conducted and time-bound completion of revaluation of papers.
While every year, the results are declared online, this year BOSE kept the printed gazettes available at its district offices for students.
The officials said like Class X the results of Class XII would be available on gazettes across all districts of Kashmir, as the Internet services continue to remain shut in Kashmir.