Girls in Jammu and Kashmir continue to outperform boys in Class 10 board exams, with a pass percentage of 81.68% compared to 78.23% for boys.
Girls in Jammu and Kashmir have once again outperformed boys in the Class 10 board exams. The results of the exams, which were conducted in April, were declared on Monday. A total of 1,18,791 students passed the exams, out of a total of 1,48,701 students who took the exams. The overall pass percentage was 79.89%. However, girls performed better than boys, with a pass percentage of 81.68% compared to 78.23% for boys.
Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha congratulated the successful candidates and said that girls have once again outshined boys. He wished the students, their parents, and teachers all the best.
The results of the Class 10 board exams are important as they determine the future of the students. The students who pass the exams can go on to pursue higher education or find jobs. The students who do not pass the exams may have to repeat the class or take a different path in life.
The performance of girls in the Class 10 board exams is a positive sign. It shows that girls are getting a good education and are performing well in school. This is important for the future of Jammu and Kashmir, as it means that the state will have a more educated workforce.
The government should continue to invest in education, especially for girls. This will help to ensure that all children in Jammu and Kashmir have access to a good education and have the opportunity to succeed in life.
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