December 5, 2020 7:45 am

JKBOSE Class 10 results 2017 announced at; Here’s how to check

Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education has declared JKBOSE Class 10th results 2017 at for Jammu region.

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JKBOSE Class 10 results 2017: Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education which is responsible for conducting 10th and 12th examination in the state has declared the results for 10th class. Board conducted Class 10th exams in February 2017.

The students who have appeared for the class 10th exam can check their results on the official website of the board – Due to complaints of mass copying at Higher Secondary School Haran Soibugh in Jammu’s Budgam district, The exams were canclled at different centres. According to reports, the Class 10th private annual examinations were cancelled in five exam centres in Soibugh area.

There may be delay in the display of result due to heavy traffic on the website today.

Here’s the steps to check

  1. Go to official website of the Board at –

2. On the homepage, click on latest results section

3. A new page will open showing JKBOSE Class 10 annual exam 2017 Jammu

4. Enter your roll number

5. The result will be displayed

6. Download, save it or take a print for future reference

Earlier the Board has released Kashmir division results on January 12, 2017 in which about 30,070 boys and 28,223 girls appeared, of which 84.61 per cent boys and 81.45 per cent girls passed.

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