JAC 8th Result 2020: Students Who Failed The Exam Will Get 20 Percent Grace Marks

Publish Date: 05 Nov, 2020
JAC 8th Result 2020: Students Who Failed The Exam Will Get 20 Percent Grace Marks

JAC 8th Result 2020: Special examination will not be conducted for the failed students in Jharkhand Academic Council Eighth Board. 20% of all students who have failed will be passed by seeing grace marks. On Wednesday, Chief Minister Hemant Soren gave his approval on the proposal of the Department of School Education and Literacy. Chief Minister Hemant Soren has approved the proposal to publish the examination again by giving 20 percent grace to the unsuccessful candidates in the 8th board.


Jharkhand Academic Council took the 8th board examination in January. There were 5,03,862 candidates in this examination. Of these, 4,61,538 candidates passed, while 42,324 candidates failed. Special examination was to be conducted for these candidates. For this, the candidates had filled the application. The Corona pandemic was causing problems in its planning. In order to prevent children from corona infection, the government decided not to take the special exam and pass the unsuccessful students by giving grace marks. The 8th board examination of 250 marks is done by the Jharkhand Academic Council, in which the candidates scoring 83 percent i.e. 83 marks are passed. With this decision of the state government, now the unsuccessful candidates who score 13 percent i.e. 33 marks will also pass.


After the revised result of the eighth board by the Jharkhand Academic Council, about 42,324 students who pass will have admission and online registration in the ninth class together. The process of registration of students of Navami is going on and it has been extended till 23 November. Only students who register in class IX will be able to take the matriculation examination in 2022.


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