Jammu and Kashmir State Board 10th Exam Date Sheet 2017

Jammu and Kashmir State Board 10th Exam 2017



The Jammu And Kashmir State Board of School Education , Jammu
For Secondary School Examination (Class 10th)
Annual Session 2017 Regular
S.NODAY/DATESUBJECT (Timing: 11.00AM)
1Sat 28 October 2017Additional /Optional
2Tue 31 October 2017Social Science
3Tue 7 November 2017English
4Sat 11 November 2017Mathematics/ Music/ Painting/ Art & Drawing
5Tue 14 November 2017Science (Physics, Chmistry & Life Science)/ Home Science
6Sat 18 November 2017Hindi/Urdu
7Tue 21 November 2017Vocational Subjects Information Technology/ Health Care/ Tourism/Retail


Jammu and Kashmir State Board 10th Exam results 2017



Students can check their results on the board official website www.jkbose.co.in

The Jammu And Kashmir State Board of School Education , Jammu
For Secondary School Examination (Class 10th)
Annual Session 2017 Regular
S.NODATEDAYSUBJECT (Timing: 11.00AM)
1Monday03/06/17Additional /Optional
2Wednesday03/08/17English
3Wednesday15/03/2017Science (Physics, Chmistry & Life Science)/ Home Science
4Monday20/03/2017Mathematics/ Music/ Painting/ Art & Drawing
5Thursday23/03/2017Hindi/Urdu
6Monday27/03/2017Social Science


Source:- http://www.jkbose.co.in



Last Updated on : November 10, 2017


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