BOSE declares class 12th results with 61.44 pass percentage, Guru’s son, Burhan’s brother secured distinction
January 12, 2018

Wahid Bhat   JAMMU, JAN 11 (PTK): The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Thursday declared the class 12th results. As per BOSE figures, the overall pass percentage is 61.44. The pass percentage of boys is 58.92 percent and that of girls is 64.31. As many as 55163 students had appeared in the examination. “33893 students have.

Drabu announces interest subvention to loans for students
January 11, 2018

  JAMMU, JAN 11 (PTK): Finance minister, Dr Haseeb Drabu on Thursday announced interest subvention to the loans that students will avail for pursuing their post-graduation and PhD levels studies. The interest costs will be borne by the state government till they complete their courses. The move is aimed at helping the students to move out for better studies and.

BOSE declares class 12th results with 61.44 pass percentage, Guru’s son, Burhan’s brother secured distinction
January 11, 2018

Wahid Bhat   JAMMU, JAN 11 (PTK): The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Thursday declared the class 12th results. As per BOSE figures, the overall pass percentage is 61.44. The pass percentage of boys is 58.92 percent and that of girls is 64.31. As many as 55163 students had appeared in the examination. “33893 students have.

Fire breaks out in DPS Srinagar, fire tenders on job
January 11, 2018

Srinagar: Fire broke out at sports section of Delhi Public School Athwajan Srinagar on Thursday, reports said.
The fire tenders were immediately pressed into service however a massive traffic jam in the area has added the worries.
Sources said that authorities have reached the spot and cause of the fire is being ascertained.

Guru’s son, Burhan’s brother crack class 12th exam
January 11, 2018

Srinagar: The brother of Burhan Wani, who’s killing triggered a massive uprising in 2016 and the son of Parliament attack convict, Mohammad Afzal Guru, who was hanged and buried in Tihar jail in 2013 Thursday passed the class 12th exam the result of which was declared today. According to details, Burhan’s brother Naveed has secured 387 while as Guru’s son Ghalib has secured 441 marks.
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61.44 percent students qualify class 12 exams
January 11, 2018

Srinagar The much awaited 12th class results have been declared by the Jammu and Kashmir board of school education on Thursday morning. The pass percentage of boys is 58.92, Girls 64.31, and the overall percentage is 61.44 55163 students had appeared in the examination in which 33893 students have qualified the exam, said an official, adding that 4040 students have to reappear in the.

Insha Lost Her Vision To Pellets In Kashmir, Not Hope. Clears Class X Exam
January 10, 2018

Srinagar (PTK): A 16-year-old girl blinded by security forces – whose wounded face sparked an outcry against the use of pellets in Kashmir – is on song. Insha Mushtaq, who studied music after she lost her sight, has cleared the 10th standard board examinations in Jammu and Kashmir, and now hopes to study further. “I took music as a subject and have passed that,” Insha said. Insha,.

Face of Kashmir’s pellet woes, Insha Mushtaq clears class 10th exams
January 9, 2018

Srinagar: Insha Mushtaq ,who had lost her vision to Pellet Guns, has passed her 10th class Examination. The results were announced anounced today by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE). Pertinently, Insha Mushtaq had lost her vision after she was pellet fired by the government forces during the 2016 uprising. The 15-year-old has became the face of pellet wound.

43464 students qualify class 10 exams
January 9, 2018

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) announces the results of 10th annual exams on Tuesday. Number of the appeared students  in examination were Girls 33059, boys 35997, total 69056 Number of failed students were boys 13164, girls 12378, total 25542 Number of reappeared students were boys 2072 girls 1926, total 3998 Number of passed students were boys 22797, girls 20667 total 43464 Pass.

KPs’ efforts in keeping youth connected to roots laudable: Priya Sethi
January 8, 2018

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 8: Lauding efforts of Kashmiri Pandit community in keeping their children abreast with their culture and heritage, Minister of State for Education, Technical Education, Culture, Tourism, Department of Horticulture, Floriculture and Parks, Priya Sethi today said that those who stay connected with their roots through art, culture and languages never go in oblivion. “Had the community.