JAC hbse 10th 12th result 2022 check online
10th-12th result check is very easy, to check the result, first, you can go to the official website of the board, jacresults.com or jac.jharkhand.gov.in.
JAC 10th 12th Result 2022: Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) is going to announce the 10th and 12th results soon. Let us tell you that you can quickly check your result on the official website of the Jharkhand Board jacresults.com or jac.jharkhand.gov.in. But, the Jharkhand Board officials have not made any announcement regarding the result date. It has been learned from the sources that the evaluation of the copies of the 10th and 12th has been completed in the evaluation centers. So the dates will be announced very soon.
That being said, the Jharkhand Board 10th and 12th results will be released around 15th June, but no update has been issued till now. Let us inform you that Jharkhand Board’s Matriculation and Inter examinations started on March 24. The matriculation examinations ended on April 20, while the inter examinations concluded on April 25. A total of 6,80,446 students had registered for the examination of both the classes, for which a total of 1936 centers were set up. 3,99,010 candidates appeared in the 10th examination, while the number of students who appeared in the intermediate examination was 2,81,436
Check results JAC 12th Result 2022
Firstly visit the official website jacresults.com or jac.jharkhand.gov.in.
On the homepage of the website, 10th students click on the JAC Matric Result link. At the same time, 12th students have to click on the Inter Result link.
After this, the JAC Result page will appear on your screen.
Now enter your roll code and roll number and hit the submit button.
Your result will appear on the screen, which you can download and take a printout.
The 10th-12th exam was not held last year
Due to the Corona epidemic, the Jharkhand Board 10th-12th examination was not organized in 2021 last year. During that time the result of the students of both the classes was released on the basis of an alternative evaluation policy. Last year in 2021, 95.93 percent of students passed the 10th board exam. 4,33,571 children had appeared in that examination, out of which 4,15,924 candidates passed.