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Jharkhand 12th Board 2023 : Exam Dates, Time Table, Cutoff, Result
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About JAC 12th Board 2023
Jharkhand Academic Council organizes intermediate exams yearly to assess class 12th students in the state. This year, JAC board exams will be held from March 14 to April 5, 2023.
- Students should strictly refer to the JAC 12th 2023 syllabus to prepare for the Jharkhand inter exams.
- The admit card for JAC 12th exams 2023 will be released on January 30, 2023.
- Students must solve JAC 12th board question papers to know the exam pattern and important topics.
- There are three major streams in JAC 12th exams 2023 that are Science, Arts and Commerce.
Know about JAC 12th Class Result 2023
JAC 12th result 2023 for science will be released in May 2023 through the official website. The online result mark sheet will include a candidate's information such as their name, roll number, marks obtained, percentage, qualifying status, etc.
- To check the result, students will have to enter the required credentials in the appropriate fields.
- Students can also SMS their enrolment number to a specified phone number in order to receive their result on mobile phones.
- After clearing class 12 JAC exams, students can move forward to apply for admission to college to pursue their higher studies.
JAC 12th Board 2023 Highlights
|Full Exam Name||Jharkhand Academic Council 12th Examination|
|Short Exam Name||JAC 12th Board|
|Conducting Body||Jharkhand Academic Council, Ranchi|
|Frequency of Conduct||Once a year|
|Languages||Bengali, English +3 More|
|Mode of Application||Offline|
|Mode of Exam||Offline|
|Exam Duration||3 Hours|
JAC 12th Board 2023 Important Dates
Upcoming Dates and Events
14 Mar, 2023 - 05 Apr, 2023
Exam - Theory | Mode: Offline Ongoing
Past Dates and Events
07 Feb, 2023 - 04 Mar, 2023
Exam - Practical | Mode: Offline
JAC 12th Board 2023 Eligibility Criteria
JAC Class 12th exam 2023 eligibility criteria are the minimum requirements to be met by students in order to appear for the exam. The eligibility criteria for students of JAC 12th exam 2023 are:
- The student must have passed their 11th grade from a recognized board.
- The student must be enrolled in class 12 in a school affiliated to JAC or recognised by JAC.
- The student must have filled the application and submitted it to the school authorities along with the fees before the due date.
JAC 12th Board 2023 Application Process
Mode of Application : Offline
- The application form of JAC 12th exams 2023 is provided by respective schools.
- Students need to collect the same from the respective school authority.
- Students must fill the application form and submit it to the school authorities along with the fees.
- Students who do not submit the application form will not be eligible for giving the exam.
- The school authorities send the application form to the board office for further processes.
Advance writing skills
|Letter writing-letter to editor|
|Prose: (i)The last lesson, (ii) Lost spring, (iii) Deep water, (iv) Indigo, (v) Going places|
|Poetry: (i) My mother at sixty six, (ii) An elementary school classroom in a slum, (iii) Keeping quiet, (iv) A thing of beauty|
|Content: (i) The tiger king, (ii) Journey to the end of the earth, (iii) The enemy, (iv) On the face of it, (v) Memories of childhood: Long hair, we too are human beings|
|An essay on argumentative/ discursive topic|
|Composition: Article, report, speech|
|Short stories: (i) I sell my dreams, (ii) Eveline, (iii) A wedding in Brownsville|
|Poetry: (i) A lecture upon the shadow, (ii) Poems by Milton, (iii) Kubla khan, (iv) The wild swans of coole, (v) Time and time again, (vi) Blood|
|Non fiction: (i) Freedom, (ii) Film-making, (iii) Why the novel matters|
|Fiction: (i) Drama: Chandalika, (ii) Novel: (a) The financial expert or (b) A Tiger Malgudi|
Advanced reading skills
Effective writing skills
|Letter writing/ essay writing|
|Definition of the following with examples: Nouns, pronouns, prepositions, verb|
Kurukh (Oraon) (elective)
Electric charge and field
|Electric charges and their properties|
|Coulomb’s law-force between two point charges, continuous charge distribution|
|Electric field, electric field due to a point charge, electric field lines, electric dipole, electric dipole moment electric field due to a dipole (on axial and equatorial lines only), torque on a dipole in a uniform electric field|
|Electric flux, statement of Gauss’s theorem statement, proof and its applications to find field due to infinitely long straight wire and uniformly charged thin spherical shell (field inside and outside)|
Electric potential and capacitance
|Electric potential, potential difference, electric potential due to a point charge, capacitors and capacitance, energy stored in a capacitor|
|Electric current, flow of electric charges in a metallic conductor, drift velocity and mobility, and relation between drift velocity and electric current; Ohm’s law, series and parallel combinations of resistors; internal resistance of a cell|
|Potential difference and EMF of a cell, combination of cells in series and in parallel|
|Kirchhoff ’s laws and simple applications|
|Wheatstone bridge, meter bridge|
Magnetic effect of current
|Biot-Savart law and its application to current carrying circular loop|
|Ampere’s law its proof and applications to infinitely long straight wire, straight and toroidal solenoids|
|Force on a moving charge in uniform magnetic and electric fields|
|Force on a current-carrying conductor in a uniform magnetic field|
|Torque experienced by a current loop in a magnetic field; moving coil galvanometer; earth’s magnetic field and magnetic elements|
Magnetism and matter
|Electromagnetic induction(definition); Faraday’s law, induced EMF and current; Lenz’s law, self and mutual inductance|
|AC generator and transformer|
|Electromagnetic induction(definition); Faraday’s law, induced EMF and current; Lenz’s law, self and mutual inductance|
|AC generator and transformer|
|Electromagnetic waves and their characteristics (qualitative ideas only)|
|Electromagnetic spectrum (radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible, ultraviolet, X-rays, gamma rays) including elementary facts about their uses|
|Refraction of light, refraction at spherical surface (µ2/v)-(µ1/u)=(µ2-µ1)/R lens maker's formula 1/f=(µ-1) (1/R₁ - 1/R₂)|
|Combination of thin lenses in contact|
|Refraction of light through a prism|
|Derive prism formula µ=sin(ᴬ+ᵒᵐ/2 / sin(ᴬ/₂)|
|Microscopes and their magnifying powers|
|Wavefront and Huygens’ principle proof of laws of refraction using Huygens’ principle|
|Interference, Young’s double slit experiment and expression for fringe width, polarization, plane polarized light; Brewster’s law, uses of plane polarized light and polaroids|
Dual nature of matter and radiation
|Photoelectric effect, Einstein’s photoelectric equation matter waves-wave nature of particles, de Broglie relation|
|Radioactivity-radioactive decay law N= Nₒₑ⁻λᵼ mass-energy relation, mass defect; binding energy per nucleon|
Semiconduct or electronics: Material devices and simple circuits
|Semiconductors; semiconductor diode-I-V characteristics in forward and reverse bias, diode as a rectifier; logic gates (OR, AND, NOT, NAND, and NOR)|
|Elements of a communication system (block diagram only)|
|Classification of solids based on different binding forces: Molecular, ionic, covalent and metallic solids, amorphous and crystalline solids, crystal lattice and unit cell: Primitive, bcc, fcc, end centred cubic, Bravais lattices|
|Crystal lattice and unit cell: Calculation of number of atoms per unit cell, radius and density, coordination number, point defects-Frenkel and Schottky only, magnetic properties: Paramagnetism, diamagnetism, and ferromagnetism|
|Types of solutions, expression of concentration of solutions of solids in liquids, vapour pressure of liquid solutions (Raoult's law), ideal and non ideal solutions|
|Colligative properties and determination of molecular mass using colligative properties (relative lowering of vapour pressure, elevation of boiling point, depression of freezing point)|
|Redox reactions, conductance in electrolytic solutions, molar conductivity, Kohlrausch's law, electrolysis and Faraday's laws of electrolysis, electrochemical cell, differece between galvanic and electrolytic cell|
|Measurement of electrode potential and EMF of the cell|
|Rate of reaction: Average and instantaneous rate, factors affecting rate of reaction (concentration only), rate law rate expression and rate constant, order and molecularity, integrated rate equations and half life period (zero and first order only)|
|Adsorption, distinguish between adsorption and absorption, types of adsorption: Physisorption and chemisorption, distinguish between true solution, colloids and suspension|
|Classification of colloids based on physical state and nature of interaction between dispersed phase and dispersion medium, properties of colloid: Tyndall effect, Brownian movement, electrophoresis, emulsions (oil in water and water in oil)|
General principles and processes of isolation of elements
|Occurrence of metals, concentration of ores: Hydraulic washing, magnetic separation, froth flotation method, leaching, metallurgy of aluminium and copper, refining: Liquation, electrolysis, zone refining|
|Refining: Vapour phase refining (Mond's process and Van Arkel method)|
|Group 15 elements: Electronic configuration, occurrence, trends in physical and chemical properties, preparation properties and uses of ammonia, oxides of nitrogen (structure only), oxoacids of phosphorous (structure only)|
|Group 16 elements: Occurrence, electronic configuration, trends in physical and chemical properties, preparation (by contact process) properties and uses of sulphuric acid, oxoacids of sulphur (structure only)|
|Group 17 elements: Occurrence, electronic configuration, trends in physical and chemical properties, structure of oxoacids of halogens and interhalogen compounds|
|Group 18 elements: Occurrence, electronic configuration, trends in physical and chemical properties, structure of xef2, xef4,xef6, xeo3, and xeof4|
D- and f-block elements
|Introduction, electronic configuration, general trends in properties of 1st row of transition elements: Metallic character, oxidation state colour, catalytic properties, magnetic properties intertial compounds, alloy formation|
|General trends in properties of 1st row of transition elements: Preparation and properties of KmnO4|
|Introduction, ligands, coordination number, oxidation state, IUPAC nomenclature of mononuclear coordination compounds, isomerism (structural only)|
Haloalkanes and Haloarenes
|Haloalkanes: Nomenclature, nature of C-X bond, method of preparation: From alkanes by free radical halogenation, from alkenes and halogen exchange (Finkelstein and Swarts reaction), physical properties, chemical properties, SN1 and SN2 reactions|
|Haloalkanes: Method of preparation-Wurtz reaction|
|Haloarenes: Nature of C-X bond, method of preparation-from amine by Sandmeyer reaction only, physical properties, electrophilic substitution reaction (directive influence of halogens)|
Alcohols, phenols, and ethers
|Alcohols: Nomenclature, methods of preparation from alkene (acid catalysed hydration), by the reduction of carbonyl compounds, from grignard reagent, physical properties, chemical properties: Esterification|
|Alcohols: Reaction with HX (distinguish between three classes of alcohols by Lucas reagent), dehydration of alcohols excluding mechanism, oxidation of alcohols|
|Phenols: Nomenclature, methods of preparation-from haloarenes, from diazonium salts, physical properties, chemical properties: Electrophilic substitution reaction, Reimer Tiemann reaction, reaction with Zn dust ethers: Nomenclature|
|Phenols: Methods of preparation-from Williamson synthesis only, physical properties, chemical properties: Cleavage of C-O bond (reaction with HX), electrophilic substitution reaction (Friedel Crafts alkylation and acylation)|
Aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids
|Aldehydes and ketones: Nomenclature, nature of carbonyl group, methods of preparation from oxidation of alcohols, ozonolysis of alkenes, Rosenmund reduction, Stephen's reduction, from acyl chloride|
|Aldehydes and ketones: From benzene and substituted benzene (Freidel Crafts acylation), physical properties, chemical properties: Mechanism of nucleophilic addition reaction, reactivity, reduction to alcohols. Reduction to hydrocarbons (clemmensen only)|
|Aldehydes and ketones: Oxidation reaction (reaction with Tollen's reagent and Fehling's solution), aldol condensation, Cannizzaro's reaction, electrophilic substitution reaction uses|
|Carboxylic acids: Nomenclature, methods of preparation-by oxidation of primary alcohols and aldehydes, from alkyl benzenes, from nitriles and amides and by hydrolysis of esters, physical properties, chemical properties: Esterification|
|Carboxylic acids: Chemical properties-reaction with PCL3, PCL5, SOCL2, reduction, halogenation (HVZ reaction), electrophilic substitution reaction|
|Nomenclature, classification, methods of preparation: By reduction of nitro compounds, reduction of nitriles, Hoffman bromamide degradation reaction, physical properties, chemical properties: Carbylamine reaction, reaction with nitrous acid|
|Chemical properties: Reaction with Hinsberg reagent (arylsulphonyl chloride) diazonium salts: Nomenclature, methods of preparation: By diazotisation reaction only, physical properties, chemical properties: Sandmeyer's reaction, replacement by H|
|Chemical properties: Replacement by hydroxyl group|
|Carbohydrates: Classification (aldoses and ketoses), monosaccharides (glucose and fructose), disaccharides (sucrose, maltose, lactose) proteins: Elementary idea of α-amino acids, peptide bond, polypeptides, denaturation of proteins|
|Nucleic acids: DNA and RNA, vitamins: Classification and functions|
|Classification: Natural and synthetic, mode of polymerisation: Addition and condensation, homo and copolymers, monomers of some important polymers: Polythene, PVC, natural rubber, teflon, Buna-n, Buna-s, nylon-6, nylon-6, 6, terylene, bakelite|
Chemistry in everyday life
|Chemicals in medicine: Antacids, antihistamines, analgesics, antibiotics, antiseptics, disinfectents, tranquilizers, antifertility drugs|
Sexual reproduction in flowering plants
Principles of inheritance and variation
Molecular basis of inheritance
Human health and diseases
|Principles and processes|
Biotechnology and its application
Organisms and populations
Relation and function
|Introduction, types of relation, types of function, composition of function and invertible function, binary operation|
Inverse trigonometric function
|Introduction, basic concept, properties of inverse trigonometric function|
|Introduction, matrix, types of matrices, operations on matrices, transpose of a matrix, symmetric and skew symmetric matrices, elementary operation (transformation) of a matrix, invertible matrices|
|Introduction, determinant, properties of determinant, area of a triangle, minors and cofactors, adjoin and inverse of a matrix, application of determinants and matrices|
Continuity and differentiability
|Introduction, continuity, differentiability, exponential and logarithmic function, logarithmic differentiation, derivative of function in parametric forms, second order derivative, mean value theorem|
Application of derivatives
|Introduction, rate of change of quantities, increasing and decreasing functions, tangents and normals, approximations, maxima and minima|
|Introduction, integration as an inverse process of differentiation, methods of integration integration of some particular function, integration by partial fractions, integration by parts, definite integral, fundamental theorem of calculus|
|Evaluation of definite integral by substitution, some properties of definite integrals|
Application of integrals
|Introduction, area under simple curves, area between two curves|
|Introduction, basic concept, general and particular solution of a differential equation, formation of differential equation whose general solution is given|
|Methods of solving first order|
|First degree differential equations|
|Introduction, some basic concept, types of vectors, addition of vectors, multiplication of vector by a scalar, product of two vectors|
Three dimensional geometry
|Introduction, direction cosines and direction ratios of a line, equation of a line in space, angle between two lines, shortest distance between two lines, plane, coplanarity of two lines, angle between two planes, distance of a point from a plane|
|Angle between a line and a plane|
|Introduction, linear programming problem and its mathematical formulation|
|Introduction, conditional probability, multiplication theorem on probability, independent events, Bayes theorem, Random variables and its probability distributions, Bernoulli trials and binomial distribution|
Business studies-part-A (principles and functions of management)
Nature and significance of management
|Management-concept, objectives, and importance|
|Management as science, art, and profession|
|Levels of Management|
|Management functions-planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling|
|Coordination-concept and importance|
Principles of management
|Principles of management-concept and significance|
|Fayol’s principles of management|
|Taylor’s scientific management-principles and techniques|
|Business environment-concept and importance|
|Dimensions of business environment-economic, social, technological, political, and legal|
|Planning: Concept, importance, and limitation|
|Organising: Concept and importance|
|Structure of organisation-functional and divisional concept|
|Delegation: Concept, elements, and importance|
|Decentralization: Concept and importance|
|Staffing: Concept and importance|
|Training and development-concept and importance, methods of training, on the job and off the job-vestibule training, apprenticeship training, and internship training|
|Directing: Concept and importance|
|Elements of Directing|
|Motivation-concept, Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, financial and non-financial incentives|
|Leadership-concept, styles-authoritative, democratic and laissez faire|
|Communication-concept, formal and informal communication|
|Controlling-concept and importance|
|Steps in process of control|
Business studies-part-B (business finance and marketing)
|Financial management: Concept, role, and objectives|
|Financial decisions: Investment, financing, and dividend-meaning and factors affecting|
|Financial planning-concept and importance|
|Capital structure-concept and factors affecting capital structure|
|Fixed and working capital-concept and factors affecting their requirements|
|Financial markets: Concept, functions, and types|
|Money market and its instruments|
|Capital market: Concept, types (primary and secondary), methods of floatation in the primary market|
|Stock exchange-meaning, functions, and trading procedure|
|Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI)-objectives and functions|
|Marketing-concept, functions and philosophies-product, prize, and standard|
|Marketing mix-concept and elements|
|Product-branding, labelling, and packaging-concept|
|Price-concept, factors determining price|
|Promotion-concept and elements; advertising, personal selling, sales promotion, and public relations|
|Consumer protection: Concept|
|Consumer protection act 1986: Meaning of consumer rights and responsibilities of consumers who can file a complaint? redressal machinery remedies available|
Accounting for not for profit organisation
|Non-profit organization: Meaning and examples|
|Receipt and payment account-meaning, features|
|Concept of fund based accounting, calculation of amount of subscription|
|Preparation of income and expenditure account from receipt and payment account without additional information and balance sheet|
Accounting for partnership firm: Accounting for partnership fundamentals
|Partnership-meaning and features, partnership deed|
|Provision in the absence of partnership deed|
|Preparation of profit and loss appropriate account, division of profit among partners|
|Fixed vs. fluctuating capital accounts method|
Goodwill: Nature and valuation
|Definition features, need, factors affecting the value of goodwill, types of goodwill|
|Method of valuation of goodwill: (a) Simple average profit method, (b) super profit method|
Reconstitution of partnership: Change in profit and loss sharing ratio among the existing partners
|Sacrificing ratio and gaining ratio|
Admission of a partner
|Meaning, right of a new partner|
|Calculation of sacrificing and new profit sharing ratio|
|Accounting treatment of goodwill (AS-10)|
|Revaluation of assets and liabilities|
|Treatment of accumulated/ undistributed profit and accumulated loss|
|Preparation of revaluation account, partners capital and balance sheet without adjustment of capital|
Retirement and death of a partner
|Calculation of gaining and new profit sharing ratio|
|Accounting treatment of goodwill|
|Revaluation of assets and liabilities, partners capital account and balance sheet without adjustment of capital and retiring partners loan account|
Company accounts issue of shares
|Meaning, nature/ characteristics of company|
|Types of company, shares, share capital|
|Issue and allotment of shares over subscription and under subscription|
|Issue of shares at par and premium|
|Calls in arrears and calls in advances|
|Issue of shares for consideration other than cash|
Forfeiture and reissue of shares
|Meaning and journal entries of forfeiture and reissue without pro-rate allotment|
Issue of debentures
|Meaning of debentures, types, differences between shares and debentures|
|Issue of debentures at par, premium and discount|
Redemption of debentures
|Meaning and sources of redemption|
Financial statement analysis
|Meaning of financial statement|
|Preparation of balance sheet of a company in the prescribed form only with major headings|
|Meaning, limitation, and methods of analysis of financial statement|
|Tools for financial statement analysis-comparative statements|
|Meaning and types of ratios|
|Liquidity ratio-current ratio, liquid ratio|
|Solvency ratios: Debt to equity, total assets to debt|
|Activity ratio: Inventory turnover ratio, working capital turnover ratio|
|Profitability ratio: Gross profit ratio, net profit ratio, operating ratio|
Cash flow statement (as per AS-3): Cash flow statement
|Meaning and simple problem of cash flow from operating activities only by indirect method|
Arithmetic progression (AP)
Geometric progression (GP)
Permutation and combination
Entrepreneurial opportunities and enterprise creation
|Sensing and identification of entrepreneurial opportunities|
|Identification of entrepreneurial opportunities|
|Selection of an enterprises|
|Steps in setting up of an enterprise|
Enterprise planning and resourcing
|Preparation of project report|
|Fixed and working capital requirement|
|Basic management function|
|Determination Of cost|
Measures of central tendery-arithmetic mean
|Measures of central tendery-arithmetic mean|
|Simple geometric mean without using log table|
Analysis of time series
|Meaning of time series|
|Importance and types of time series|
|Measurement of trend on secular trend|
|Method of average: (a) Semi average method, (b) moving average method|
Interpolation and enterpolation
|Interpolation and extrapolation|
|Method of interpolation|
|Binomial expansion method|
|Introduction: (a) Target and achievement in food grain production in India since independence. (b) Classification of field crop based on their utility, cereal, pulse, oilseed. Soil, soil fettling, fertilizers, and manures|
|Introduction: (c) soil, soil ptl, soil texture, soil structure soil organisms, (d) essential plant nutrients, their functions and deficiency symptoms|
|Irrigation and drainage: (a) Source of irrigation (rain, canal, tank, river, wells, tube wells), (b) method of irrigation and drainage|
|Weed control: Principle of weed control, method of weed control (cultural, mechanized biological, and integrated weed management)|
|Crops: Seed bed preparation, seed treatment time and method of sowing/ planting, seed rate, dose, method and time of fertilizer application, irrigation and weed control, common pest and disease of major field crop-rice, maize mustard, gram|
|Importance of fruits and vegetables in human diet and processing industry|
|Orchard location and layout, ornamental gardening and kitchen garden, cultivation practices processing and marketing of: (i) Fruits-mango, papaya, ber, jack-fruit, (ii) vegetables-radish, potato, onion, bainjal, tomato, caulifiower, cabbage|
|Principles and methods of fruits and vegetables preservation|
|Preparation of jelly, Jams, chips, ketchup, and their packing|
Agriculture (floriculturist-open cultivation)
Cultivation of commercial crop-I
Cultivation of commercial crop-II
Growing off annuals
Apparel, made-ups, and home furnishing (self employed tailor)
Study of textiles
Drafting, cutting and sewing process of ladies and men’s wear
Fitting defects and remedies
Automotive (auto service technician L4)
Serviceability, replacement or repair of engine components
Beauty and wellness (beauty therapist)
Make up services
Facial beauty services
Salon reception duties
Electronics and hardware (field technician-computing and peripherals)
Computer network essentials
Installation and configuration of windows server
Installation and configuration of linux server
Computer network maintenance and troubleshooting
Healthcare (general duty assistant)
Hospital management system
Sterilization and disinfection
Bio medical waste management
IT-IteS (junior software developer)
Web application development
Mobile application development
Media and entertainment (texturing artist)
Rendering, compositing, and file formats
Retail (sales associate)
Resolve customer concerns
Delivery of reliable service
Customer relationship management
Tourism and hospitality (customer service executive-meet and greet)
Etiquette and hospitable conduct
Gender and age sensitive service practices
Health and hygiene
Safety at workplace
JAC 12th Board 2023 Preparation Tips
Preparation tips for JAC class 12th exam 2023 are personally tried and tested methods used by exam experts, shared with you so that you can plan your studies accordingly. It is very important to study efficiently and not waste any time on topics that will not be that important, comparatively. Here are some preparation tips for JAC 12th exams 2023:
1) Know the exam pattern: You must go through the exam pattern and the syllabus, before starting to prepare so that you can plan your time accordingly.
2) Give discipline to your studies: Giving a set amount of time to topics makes you prepare for them efficiently. Divide topics according to time management and weightage.
3) Step out of comfort zone: Your school textbooks are your known territories. You have been through them quite often already. It's time to step up your game and go into more advanced topics.
4) Make notes and flashcards: Bulky formulas and equations require constant revision. Opening the textbooks can be a big hassle and then looking for the formulas there more so. Thus, make flashcards and notes to facilitate your revision.
5) Eat healthy and stay healthy: Mucking up your health can be fatal at this point in life. You might have to wait another year to pass 12th grade. So, remember and take care of your health. Eat well and exercise to be healthy mentally and physically.
Exam pattern and syllabus are much needed to plan the preparation of any exam. Exam pattern for JAC class 12th exam 2023 is given in the table given below:
JAC Class 12 Exam Pattern 2023
|Subject||Number of questions||Full marks||Minimum pass marks||Time allowed|
- To prepare smartly for the exams, it is highly advised to practice more and more without getting bored.
- Students should download sample papers and mock tests using the link given above and solve same to practise with various questions.
- Through sample papers, students can derive various needful information of JAC 12th exams like exam pattern, syllabus, time management, weightage etc.
- After practising with sample papers, students gain confidence for the final exam too.
- Solving sample papers makes a student less susceptible to the anxiety of sitting in a paper.
- Admit card for JAC 12th 2023 exams will be released on January 30, 2023.
- This is a mandatory document to carry to the exams hall and is to be produced at the time of the exam, else the candidate will not be allowed to sit for the exam.
- Jharkhand board 12th admit card contains details about the student such as the name and enrollment number which is needed at the time of the result.
Documents Required at Exam
- School ID Card
- Admit Card
Jharkhand Academic Council will declare class 12 JAC result 2023 for Science, Commerce and Arts streams in June 2023.
The result is released online includes the name of student, enrollment number, marks obtained, percentage and qualifying status etc. There are two ways to check the JAC 12th exam 2023 result:
Jharkhand 12th Result Through Online Portal
Step 1: Open the official website of the Jharkhand Academic Board results: jacresults.com.
Step 2: Click on the link of result as per candidates' stream.
Step 3: Enter enrollment code, enrollment number, and date of birth.
Step 4: Submit it and JAC 12th result will appear on the screen.
Step 5: Save the result and also take a printout for future reference.
JAC Class 12 Exam Result Through SMS
- To get the result through SMS, type a text message ‘RESULT (space) JAC12 (space) Roll Code (space) Roll no.’
- Now send it to the specified number: 56263 and the result will be sent as an SMS on the same number.
Jharkhand Academic Council issues original mark sheets to candidates who qualify in the exam after a month of online declaration of result.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Question:How many students appear for JAC 12th exams?
Around 3 lakh students appear for JAC 12th exams every year.
Question:What is the meaning of WTH in JAC 12th 2023 result?
WTH stands for 'withheld' in JAC 12th result 2023. It means that the result is not declared for the student due to any reason and it will be revealed soon.
Question:What are the minimum marks to pass JAC 12th exams?
33% of total marks are the minimum marks to pass the Jharkhand 12th 2023 exams.
Question:Can I download JAC 12th admit card 2023?
Class 12 JAC admit cards will be released in online mode through school login. So, students can collect the same from the respective school authority.
Question:Who can apply for JAC 12th 2023 exams?
Students who have passed class 11 exams and studying in 12th class can apply for Jharkhand 12th exams through respective schools.
Questions related to JAC 12th Board
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Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the list of subjects for which offline exams will be conducted for Class 12th students. The CBSE will be conducting examinations only in main subjects in Class XII.
Candidates who wish to apply for the examination can register themselves online on the portal which will be made available soon by the CBSE. As per the notice released, offline examinations for CBSE Class 12 Board 2021 would be conducted from August 16, 2021, to September 15, 2021.
Students who are not satisfied with the computed marks can take the exams offline. As per the policy, marks scored in the examination will be considered as final.
The CBSE will be holding the exams for those students, who after the declaration of result 2021, do not meet the qualifying criteria in one subject and are placed in the compartment category. This examination is compulsory for Private, Patrachar and second chance compartment candidates etc., whose result has not been declared based on the Policy for Tabulation because of their non-availability of yearlong assessment details.
Candidates will be examined only in the reduced syllabus as prescribed for the year of examination. The design of the question papers will be similar to the Sample Question Papers, available on Board's official website.
Is it necessary to write long answers in jac board exams or i ll loose my marks.
Your marks does not depends on the length of your answer. You are graded on the content of your answer. It should contain required amount of information asked.
Answer according to the masks of the question and it should meet the required standard points.
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I want to give improvement what is the process and I have to give again praticals or not?
If you want give improvement exam to improve you mark in any class then at first you have to write an application to your school or college authority that you want to give improvement exam.After that you have to fill the improvement exam form.
In improvement exam you can only give the theory papers of subjects not the practical exam.
practical marks of subjects will not change because in improvement exam you allowed to give only theory papers.
If Im giving jac board from jharkhand.Will I get admission?
JAC BOARD score is widely accepted everywhere.But for getting admission in any Graduate degree you have to appear in their entrance EXAMINATION as Nowdays entrance EXAMINATION is compulsory for getting admission.Board score is just an elligibility criteria for admission..
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