The results of the CCE-2022 have been announced by JKPSC

Srinagar, June 9: The success rate for the 12th grade annual examinations was 64.59 percent, as declared by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Friday.

There were a total of 1,27,636 students from all throughout Jammu and Kashmir who registered to take the examinations; of them, 82,441 passed.


As of right now, 68 percent of females have passed the exam but just 61 percent of guys have done so.

There were a total of 65,519 male students registered, and 40,045 passed their entrance tests.

However, there were 62,116 female test takers, and 42,395 made the cut.

There are 27,272 pupils total, with 11,283 males and 15,988 girls achieving distinction on their tests.

In addition, there were 36,393 pupils who achieved first division, including 18,685 males and 17,708 girls.

There were a total of 3243 students (1966 males and 1277 females) who did not pass any section of the test. Additional retakes are necessary for 41,952 students (including 23,508 male and 18,444 female students).

A total of 82,441 students (40,045 males and 42,396 females) passed the test, for a pass rate of 64.59 percent.

There were 17,734 kids who qualified, with 9520 males and 8214 girls achieving second-division status and the same number achieving third-division status.

Specifically, 30,600 males and 32,800 females registered for the Arts examinations, with 14,901 males and 19,388 females ultimately passing. There were 4,300 males and 1,818 females who registered for the tests in the Commerce division; 2857 males and 1,486 females passed.

There were 30,619 males and 27,498 females that registered for the Science test; 22,287 males and 21,521 females were ultimately deemed successful.

The success rate for Kashmiri is 100%, making it the best performing language subject, while the pass rates for Hindi and Urdu are the lowest at 72% and 72% respectively.

Dogri students have a passing rate of 98%, Bodhi students have a passing rate of 99.2%, and Punjabi students have a passing rate of 96.2%.

Examinations for pupils in the 12th grade were given in soft zone parts of J&K from March 8 to April 2, and in hard zone areas from April to May.

According to the BOSE, there are about 444 schools located in “hard zones,” including 309 schools in the Jammu division and 135 schools in the Kashmir division, as well as seven zones of the Kargil district and the whole Leh region.

Anantnag has 43 schools in a hard zone, Bandipora has 19, Kupwara has 32, Kulgam has 28, and Budgam has 13.

There are fifty schools in Kishtwar’s hard zone, forty-seven in Reasi’s, seven in Rajouri’s, twenty in Poonch’s, fifty-six in Doda’s, sixty-four in Ramban’s, and sixty-five in Udhampur.

The BOSE’s March test was the first one after the J&K government adopted the National Academic Calendar and began implementing the National Education Policy (NEP)-2020.



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