No student from 33 schools and 33 intermediate colleges in Jharkhand cleared Class 10 and 12 board exams this year. State Education Department released the results of Class 10 and 12 on May 30, 2017. Jharkhand saw its worst Class 10 and 12 results this year
"Majority students of Class 10 have failed in English exam. The exams were held without considering the provisions of Jharkhand Academic Council," National Education Sangh general secretary Amarnath Jha said.
Though Jharkhand Academic Council stated that 57% students in Class 10 and 52.36% students in inter-science and 60.09% inter-commerce cleared the exams, the state witnessed the worst results in 2017.
The sources with Education Department revealed that there are 66 educational institutions in the state, 33 schools, and 33 intermediate colleges, from where not a single student qualified for higher studies.
As many as 148 students attended Class 12 exams in the 33 intermediate colleges while 240 students appeared in Class 10 in the schools.
National Educational Sangh and teachers have raised technical reasons for the poor results. Worried teachers and the National Educational Sangh have raised technical reasons for the poor results.The JAC chairperson has assured to look into the issue.