JKBOSE 12th Board Exam 2021: As per the media updates, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) 12th exam is expected to be held from 8th November 2021. The Joint Secretary of JKBOSE, Prof Aijaz Hakak stated that the complete date sheet for the class 12th examination will be released soon. This year, as many as 83,000 students have registered for the annual regular (2021) class 12th examination in the Kashmir division. Further, he said that the Board has not finalized any date for the class 10th annual regular (2021) examination. However, the exam will likely to be conducted from the third week of November 2021. JKBOSE class 10th has only five papers which will be managed in the gaps available between class 12th examinations.
JKBOSE Class 12th Kashmir Division Examination 2021
To conduct the JK Board of School Education examination, the authorities will also follow proper COVID-19 protocols. Therefore, the number of examination centres set up for the JK BOSE examination has increased as the board authorities ensure proper distance is maintained between the examinees in the examination halls. As of now, a total of 741 examination centres for class 12th annual exams in government as well as private educational institutions across the Valley has been finalized. Also, only 50% seating capacity will be occupied in one exam hall in order to maintain proper distance.
Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) Syllabus Reduced
This year the JK Board has announced 30% relaxation in the syllabus for classes 10th to 12th students in their annual regular 2021 examination.
The relaxation has been given because of the COVID-19 situation. The relaxation is applicable for the students in Kashmir and Jammu division besides the students in Ladakh UT as well.
Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) Pattern
The students have to attempt 70% marks from the question paper which will be treated as 100% for result calculation. The Board has also informed the students that the question papers will be set from the entire syllabus prescribed for the session. However, the students will have to attempt questions having a weightage of 70% marks instead of attempting all the questions.
The JK Board has also reduced the time allotted for attempting the question papers during the examination. The papers having three hours duration will have only two and a half hours time period for attempting the questions. Similarly, subjects having 2.30 hrs and 2 hrs duration will have only 2.10 hours and 1.40 hours time period for attempting the questions during examination.