JAC 12th Passing Marks 2024 for Jharkhand Board Intermediate Exams

JAC 12th Passing Marks 2024 – A student must achieve a total score of 33 percent to be declared pass in JAC 12th class Result 2024. Subject-wise passing marks in the Jharkhand Board 12th exams are 23 out of 70 and 33 out of 100.

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JAC 12th exams cover all major streams in Science, Arts, and Commerce Stream disciplines and students must prepare with Jharkhand Board 12th Syllabus 2024 of their respective stream. Students must read the complete JAC 12th Syllabus 2024 and begin their preparations as soon as possible.

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How are JAC 12th Passing Marks 2024 evaluated?

The subject-wise calculation of JAC class 12 passing marks are described below;-

SubjectNumber of questionsFull marksJAC pass marks
Political Science3510033
Business Mathematics3110033

Note:- There are no negative marks, and the total marks includes marks of theory, practicals, and internal/project work.

How grades are determined for JAC 12th Passing Marks 2024?

Below table refers to the grading system of JAC 12th passing marks 2024:

80% and aboveA+Excellent
60% – 80%AVery good
45% – 60%BGood
33% – 45%CAverage
Below 33%DMarginal
JAC 12th Grading System

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JAC 12th Division System

  • First Division – 60% or more marks
  • Second division -: Less than 60% and more than or equal to 45% marks
  • Third division -: Less than 45% and more than or equal to 33% marks.

A successful candidate which obtains 75% in any subject shall be declared to have passed with distinction in JAC 12th Paper of that subject.

JAC 12th Grace Marks 2024

A candidate who has appeared in all the subjects opted by him but has failed as categorized below, then he/she will be given the minimum number of required marks to enable him/her to pass:

  1. In one subject or (group of subjects) only by not more than 5% of the total marks in each subject.
  2. In two subjects or (groups of subjects ) by not more than 3% of the total marks in each subject.
  3. Candidates who have not availed of the clauses (1) & (2) above and miss a higher division by not more than five marks shall be given the minimum marks necessary for securing the higher division and their results shall be determined accordingly.
    Provided that in such a case his position in the higher division shall be determined on the basis of the original marks secured by him.
    Note: In a subject or group of subjects where separate passing is necessary in part of it, the shortage shall be calculated on the basis of the full marks in that part. Failure in different parts of a subject shall be deemed to be failure in one subject only.

The above regulations of moderation are applicable in Madrasa and Madhyama (Sanskrit) Examinations as well.

If a candidate has obtained high proficiency marks 75% in the aggregate but has failed in one subject only by not more than 7% of marks prescribed in that subject and who cannot be allowed to pass under any other provision of this Regulation, then he may be declared to have passed the examination by awarding the required marks in that subject and equal number of marks may be deducted from the aggregate. Thus, the student shall be placed in the proper division.

FAQs Related to Jharkhand Board 12th Passing Marks 2024

  1. What is the total JAC class 12 passing marks out of 500?

    A candidate needs to score 165 out of 500 to qualify JAC 12th exams.

  2. Are the JAC 12th passing marks same for practical and theoretical?

    Yes, students need to achieve 33% in both the practical and theoretical segments separately.

  3. What are the Jharkhand 12th passing marks of compartmental exams?

    Students appearing for compartmental tests, need to achieve 33% Jharkhand Board intermediate passing marks 2024.

  4. How JAC pass marks are calculated in case of fraction?

    For calculating pass marks for each examination, if a fraction is half or more (.5 or more) it shall be rounded off to the next higher figure and if a fraction is less than one-half (.4 or less), it shall be ignored.

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