The J&K Board Examination result has been declared on February. Out of 14 higher Secondary schools in total, only six and out of 46 High schools only 29 schools achieved above 50% pass percentage.
In the year 2016, 630 students from Leh district appeared in annual 12th board examination and out of which 331 students cleared the examination successfully. Whereas, in 2015, out of 745 students 358 cleared and in 2014, 488 students appeared and 320 cleared the examinations.
Dr. Sonam Dawa, Chief Executive Councillor said that overall development of students along with the academics is very important. Good grades are important along with moral education.
Looking into the last three years overall total pass student of class 12th and 10th, 1863 students appeared in the 12th examination and 1009 students passed the annual examination. Whereas, in 10th class board examination, out of 1826 students, 1213 cleared the annual examination.
The above graph shows school wise pass percentage of class 12th annual examination, 2016. Government Senior Higher Secondary School, Sumoor scored the highest with 96 pass percentage. HSS Nyoma and Saspol with only 20 and 25 pass percentage respectively. When asked about the poor performance, Principal HSS Nyoma said that there was no teaching staff for Mathematics and Hindi subjects. Principal Saspol giving clarification said that lecturer who was teaching Science and English was on maternal leave hence the output was under satisfactory.
Regarding class 10th annual results, the pie diagram shows that there is a tremendous decrease in the result. In 2016, 611 appeared in the annual class 10th examination, out of which 327 cleared. Whereas, in the year 2015, 575 appeared and 415 candidates cleared the exams. In 2014, 640 students appeared in the examination and 471 students passed the exam.
High Schools that achieved 100% pass percentage in the class 10th examination are Shey, Domkhar, Likir, Partapur and Domkhar Gongma. High School Shara and Hanu Yokma with only 17 and 7 pass percentage respectively remained below satisfactory performance.