Jharkhand Class 10 Board exam Results released


JAC has declared 10th Result 2016 recently on 20th May 2016. This year around 3, 67, 295 students have appeared in the JAC class 10th exams and according to previous years pass percentage we expect around 90% students to pass this time. You can check your results on the official website that is:

Earlier the JAC board has conducted the state’s 10th class exams successfully from 16th February 2016 to 1st March 2016, after which the board usually takes around two months to prepare the results. Hence the students were patiently waiting for the upcoming results and hoping for the best. The Jharkhand Board known as the Jharkhand Academic Council was set up in November 2000 to hold and conduct examinations for secondary and higher secondary classes every year and also to carrying out duties as assigned to the board by the State Government from time to time.

In the words of George E. Woodberry,
“Defeat is not the worst of failures. Not to have tried is the true failure.” 
            Never stop just because you feel defeated. The journey to the other side is attainable only after great suffering. Coming to exams, every year we hear hundreds of people losing their precious life upon fearing the outcome of their exam results. Recently Tamil Actor Suriya also quoted it in a public gathering and spoke about the purpose and value of one’s life. While, exam results may put enormous pressure on the youngsters of this generation it is also important to support and motivate them at desperate times. Finally as Maya Angelou rightly said, “While one may encounter many defeats, one must not be defeated”, we shall not be defeated from our heart whatever challenge life poses on us…

Steps to check your JAC Class 10 Results 2016:
         1.   Follow the below link:
2.   Enter your Roll code for the examination
3.   Enter your Roll number with which you enrolled for exam
4.   Enter your name mentioned in your hall ticket or admit card
5.   Click on “Find Results” to check your marks
6.   Press “CTRL+P” to print your result for future reference


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