Once again, girls outshine boys in Kashmir’s 10th results

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Female students outperformed boys in the tenth standard examination results that were declared by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Friday morning.

Ten out of seventeen students who shared the first position were girls.

The first position holders include Rutba Javeed, Toiba Showkat, Noor‐Us‐Sabah, Gousia Farooq, Tayibah Anjum, Ibtisaam Naseer Tahir, Rounaq Dilshad, Tabasum Gulzar, Seerat Bashir, Jazib Javeed, Umer Manzoor, Tabiya Fayaz, Sadaf Rashid, Khujasta Younis, Anas Amin Mir, Suhaib Ahmad Reshi, Aatiq Javed Khan.

A total of 75,132 students— 38340 boys and 36792 girls —had appeared in the examination held amid COVID-19 pandemic last year. 75 percent cleared the examinations and include 76.06 percent girls and 74.04 percent boys respectively.

73 students shared second position with 498 marks while 13 shared the third position with 497 marks, the official said.

The government schools have also fared better this year as 62.76 percent students out of total 41,026 who appeared in the examination cleared it. Also, 89.82 percent students out of 34106 from private education institutes passed the examination, they added. (GNS)

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