Mail News Service
Ranchi, June 3: The Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) announced the results of the 8th board examination on Saturday, revealing a pass percentage of 94.94%. Koderma district emerged as the top-performing district in the results. Out of the 562,564 students registered for the examination, 543,164 appeared, with 515,688 students passing and 26,298 students failing.
Koderma District Leads the Way
Koderma district showcased exemplary performance in the 8th board results. The top five districts, following Koderma, include Hazaribagh, Godda, Chatra, and Palamu. Among the registered students from Koderma, which amounted to 15,510, 15,186 appeared for the examination, and 14,920 students passed, resulting in a passing percentage of 98.25%.
Hazaribagh district witnessed 29,822 registrations, with 29,342 students appearing for the examination. Out of those, 28,705 students successfully cleared the exam, reflecting a passing percentage of 97.83%. Godda district recorded 24,687 registrations, with 23,632 students appearing for the exam. Among them, 23,104 students passed, indicating a passing percentage of 97.77%. Chatra district, with 22,480 registrations, saw 21,679 students appear for the examination, out of which 21,077 students passed, resulting in a passing percentage of 97.22%. Palamu district had 38,860 registrations, with 3,784 students taking the exam, and 3,632 students passing, representing a passing percentage of 96.95%.
Gumla District Trails Behind
Gumla district recorded a lower passing percentage in this year’s results. With 18,945 registered students, 18,450 appeared for the examination, and 16,357 students passed, resulting in a passing percentage of 88.66%. Lohardaga district secured the second-lowest passing percentage, with 9,450 students registered, 9,227 students appearing for the examination, and only 330 students passing, reflecting a passing percentage of 90.28%. Pakur district had 14,186 registrations, with 13,177 students participating. Among them, 11,920 students passed, resulting in a passing percentage of 90.46%. Latehar district, with 14,845 registrations, saw 14,255 students appear for the examination, out of which 12,957 students passed, reflecting a passing percentage of 90.89%. Khunti district recorded 8,560 registrations, 8,305 students appearing for the examination, and 7,640 students passing, resulting in a passing percentage of 91.99%.
Passing Percentages in Other Districts: The remaining districts also displayed commendable performances: Seraikela Kharsawan (96.88%), Giridih (96.24%), Ranchi (96.15%), Garhwa (96.14%), Dhanbad (95.99%), Ramgarh (95.89%), Bokaro (94.86%), Dumka (94.72%), East Singhbhum (94.35%), Deoghar (93.46%), Simdega (92.92%), Jamtara (92.24%), West Singhbhum (92.14%), and Sahibganj (92.07%).