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JKBOSE Announces Passing Marks for Class 10th and 12th 2023

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JKBOSE (Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education) has recently released the passing marks criteria for the Class 10th and Class 12th examinations conducted in 2023. The board has provided specific guidelines regarding the minimum marks required in each subject for students to successfully pass the examinations.

For the Class 10th examinations, students must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in Hindi, Math, Science, and Social Science subjects. In English, the passing marks requirement is slightly higher, at 36%. It is essential for students to achieve these passing marks in order to meet the JKBOSE passing criteria for Class 10th in 2023. The following table outlines the maximum marks and passing marks required for each subject:

JKBOSE Class 10th Passing Marks 2023

SubjectMaximum MarksPassing Marks
Hindi10033
English10036
Math10033
Science10033
Social Science10033

Moving on to the Class 12th examinations, JKBOSE has set specific passing marks for both theory and practical sections. Students must obtain a minimum of 33% marks in English and a minimum of 36% marks in the remaining four subjects, which include both theory and practical exams. Additionally, the aggregate score, which considers the overall performance in all subjects, should also be at least 36%. Failure to meet these passing criteria may require students to apply for the compartment exams to save their academic year.

To provide further clarity, the JKBOSE has released the passing marks for both theory and practical examinations for Class 12th. The table below displays the total marks and passing marks required for each paper in the theory section:

JKBOSE Class 12th Passing Marks for Theory

PaperTotal MarksPassing Marks
English8026
Physics7025
Chemistry7025
Math10036
Accounts8029
Business Studies10036
Economics10036
History8029
Political Science10036
Sociology8029

For the practical and internal assessment section of the Class 12th examinations, the board has specified the passing marks for each paper. The table below outlines the practical total marks, passing marks, internal assessment total marks, and passing marks for the respective papers:

PaperPractical Total MarksPassing MarksInternal Assessment Total MarksPassing Marks
Physics20071004
Chemistry20071004
Biology20071004
Biotechnology20071004
Microbiology20071004
Biochemistry20071004
Geography20071004
Environmental Science20071004
Information Practices20071004
Computer Science20071004
Food Technology20071004
Music25092509
Geography20071004
Psychology20071004
Accountancy15050505

In case any student is unable to obtain the required passing marks in the Class 12th examinations, they have the option to apply for the JKBOSE compartment exam. However, it’s important to note that students who fail in more than two subjects are not eligible for the compartment exam.

The JKBOSE passing marks criteria for the Class 10th and Class 12th examinations aim to ensure that students have a strong foundation in their respective subjects, preparing them for their future academic and professional endeavors. It is advised that students adhere to these criteria and work diligently towards achieving the minimum passing marks to excel in their academic journey.

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