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JAC Class 8 results 2019 declared, Hazaribag district tops with 91.41% pass percentage


RANCHI: Jharkhand Academic Council on Tuesday declared the results for sophistication 8 forums with 4,89,858 students showing for the checks this instructional consultation. Introducing a grade-based marking gadget for the scholars, the board has awarded grades A+ (for 80% and above), A (for 60% to less than 80%), B (45% to less than 60%), C (33% to less than 45%) and D (Less than 33%).

While 13.91% (68,131) students scored A+ grade, 30.32% (1,48,517) students scored A on their performance across Jharkhand. Another 22.73% (1,11,338) applicants scored B grade whilst 17.62% (86,333) scored grade C and 15.42% (75,533) scored grade D or marginal rating within the exam.


“We have offered grade-based results for the primary time in class 8. The students wrote a 100 marks MCQ founded paper and the grades have been awarded accordingly,” stated JAC chairman, Arvind Prasad Singh.


Hazaribag emerged as the most efficient acting district with 91.41% cross percentage (students scoring above 33% marks) whilst capital Ranchi got here in a close 2nd with a cross percentage of 90.06%, adopted by way of Godda with 90.58%. With merely 71.98% students ready to score above D grade, West Singhbhum changed into the worst acting district within the elegance 8 forums.


This was once the primary time that the that questions from the entire subjects have been mixed into one MCQ (a couple of choice question) founded question paper to lend a hand the scholars get aware of aggressive examinations from an early stage. With the entire subjects mixed into one cumulative paper with 20 questions each from English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science, the scholars enrolled in class 8 in faculties affiliated to JAC Board needed to write only one paper this year. Though the JAC board started undertaking the category 8 forums from the remaining instructional consultation (2017-18); this was once the primary time that the scholars wrote a single paper examination for the entire subjects on February 11.


“If all goes neatly according to agenda, we can be mentioning each matric and intermediate results in the month of May,” added JAC secretary Mahip Kumar Singh, refusing to invest on the precise date of the results.


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