JKBOSE Class 11th Result 2022 declared, Biannual Private Jammu Division


www.jkbose.ac.in 11th Class Result 2022 Bi-Annual Private Jammu Division Check Here: Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has announced the Class 11th Results for Private students on 20th of September 2022. Students who appeared in the Class 11th Bi-Annual Examination are searching for the result link. Students can check the Class 11th Results from the Link Given Below here.

From May to June, JKBOSE had its class 11th exams. Candidates can use their roll number to access their JKBOSE class 11th result.

DepartmentJammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE)
Academic Year2021-2022
Examination11th Class
DivisionJammu Division
JKBOSE 11th Exam DatesMay to June 2022
Result Date28 February, 2023

How to Check JKBOSE 11th Class Result 2022?

Step 1: First of all, visit the official website of the Jammu & Kashmir Board @ www.jkbose.ac.in

Step 2: or Click on this Link Directly: https://jkbose.nic.in/results/

Step 3: Enter Your Roll Number, Registration Number

Step 4: Enter Characters As Shown In Image

Step 5: After that click on submit button.

Step 6: Download JKBOSE 11th Jammu Division Result and check the details.

Step 7: Take a printout of the 11th Provisional Marksheet.

Students will have to enter their roll number to access 11th class result 2022 check online. They can download JKBOSE results 2022 11th Class either by name or registration number.

JKBOSE 11th result 2022 details

  • JKBOSE 11th exam dates: May to June, 2022
  • JKBOSE Class 11th result date: February 28, 2023
  • Website to check JKBOSE result 2022: jkbose.nic.in
  • Credentials required to access JKBOSE 11th result: Roll No. and Registration No.

How to Check JKBOSE Result by Name?

  • Visit this Link and Enter your Name or Directly visit Indiaresults.com website
  • There Select Jammu and Kashmir as your State
  • The First Link will be given as JKBOSE Class 11th Result
  • Just Click on that Link and Enter your name in the first row and press Enter
  • The Result will be on your Mobile Screen.

Jammu-based Journalist Ashish Kohli faces backlash for sharing unverified news of grenade attack in Srinagar

Ashish Kohli

Srinagar, Kashmir – The city was sent into a state of panic after unverified reports of a grenade attack on the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in the downtown area of Srinagar started circulating on social media platforms. However, it was soon clarified by the authorities that the reports were false, and the loud sound that was heard was actually due to a tyre burst of a BP vehicle in the vicinity.

The incident caused panic among the people, and security forces rushed to the spot to verify the situation. JK Police officials were quick to confirm that no such attack had taken place and urged people not to spread rumors.

Reporters were requested by the authorities to check the authenticity of their reports before publishing them to avoid creating panic and sensationalizing news. The police also warned that spreading unverified news could lead to legal consequences.

Unfortunately, a Jammu-based journalist, Ashish Kohli, shared the unverified news regarding the incident on the social media and YouTube platforms of JKMedia channels. This led to a lot of backlash from the people who accused him of spreading fake news and creating unnecessary panic.

The authorities have reminded the public that it is crucial to verify the news before sharing it on social media platforms, and spreading false news could have serious consequences.

The incident has once again highlighted the importance of responsible journalism and the need for the media to be extra cautious in reporting news from conflict zones. False reports and rumors can cause panic among the people and disrupt law and order.

DC Jammu withdraws order allowing voter registration for those living in the district for over a year

DC Jammu withdraws order allowing voter registration for those living in the district for over a year 1

The Jammu administration on Wednesday withdrew a notification issued two days earlier, directing revenue officials to provide residence certificates to those living in the district for more than a year in order to register them as voters.

The directive had received criticism from political parties in Kashmir, who alleged that it was an attempt to influence the upcoming Assembly elections, likely to be held next year.

The new order stated that the directive has been withdrawn and should be treated as being void.

Avny Lavasa, the district poll officer and deputy commissioner of Jammu, had said in the earlier order that voters were facing difficulties to register themselves as many of them did not have proof of residence prescribed by the Election Commission such as Aadhaar card, passport and bank passbook.

The revision of electoral rolls in Jammu and Kashmir is significant as the exercise is being carried out for the first time since the abrogation of its special status.

Until August 2019, when the status was revoked, voting rights were restricted to those defined as permanent residents of Jammu and Kashmir.

Former chief minister Mehbooba Mufti had called the latest decision a first step toward Centre’s “colonial settler project” in the region.

Mufti also accused the BJP of creating religious and regional divisions between Jammu and Kashmir and urged the Dogras and the Kashmiris to thwart such attempts.

The National Conference had claimed that the move was a part of the Centre’s plan to add 25 lakh non-voters in Jammu and Kashmir. “BJP is scared of the elections and knows it will lose badly,” the party tweeted. “People of J&K must defeat these conspiracies at the ballot box.”

In August, an uproar had erupted after Jammu and Kashmir Chief Electoral Officer Hirdesh Kumar said that that the Union Territory could get 25 lakh more voters. That included those originally from outside Jammu and Kashmir, such as migrant workers and security forces, but living in the region.(SCROLL)

Pace of progress on NH-44 widening work in Ramban inspected


Divisional Commissioner, Jammu Ramesh Kumar today inspected the pace of progress on National Highway-44 four laning construction works in district Ramban.  He also reviewed the status of traffic movement on the Highway.

The Div Com was accompanied by Deputy Commissioner, Ramban, Mussarat Islam, SSP Mohita Sharma, officers from NHAI besides representatives of the construction companies engaged for the four laning  project.

The Div Com visited several vulnerable spots, including the sliding area at Mehar,  and directed the NHAI to expedite the road clearance works to facilitate smooth double lane traffic.

He also directed the NHAI to expedite the pace of progress on the widening work and ensure  mechadamization of existing highway for  undisruptive movement of the traffic on the National Highway.

He directed the construction companies to station adequate manpower and machinery at all the vulnerable sliding zones for immediate clearance of landslides and  to maintain hassle free traffic.

The DC apprised the Div Com about section wise progress on the four-laning of National Highway, including Nashri-Ramban and Ramban-Banihal sections.

The Div Com also directed the traffic police department to effectively regulate the Vehicular traffic and facilitate smooth passage of the fruit carrying vehicles on the National Highway.

Meanwhile, the DC also apprised the Div Com about measures taken by the District Administration to resolve the bottlenecks hindering the pace of progress on the prestigious national project as projected by the Construction Companies.

Efforts on to set up cancer hospital in Kathua: Jitendra

JKSSB Jitendra Singh

Jammu:Union minister Jitendra Singh on Friday said efforts are afoot to set up a Tata memorial cancer institute in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.

This was conveyed by the minister while chairing a district development coordination and monitoring committee (DISHA) meeting in Kathua to review progress on various centrally-sponsored schemes (CSS) being implemented in the district, an official statement said.

The minister directed officials to identify and procure land for establishing a unit of Tata memorial cancer institute in Kathua.

He said the hospital will provide much needed relief to the patients of the region battling against the deadly disease.

About the status of Arun Jaitley International sports stadium coming up at Hiranagar, the Kathua deputy commissioner told the meeting that the architectural drawing of the project has been prepared and sent for approval to the authorities concerned, the statement said.

The minister was also informed that the first phase of the much-anticipated Shahpur Kandi Project will be completed by December 2022, while work on the Ujh multipurpose project will be started soon, it said.

Singh said a multi-facility tourist village at the gateway to Jammu and Kashmir in Lakhanpur will be established for giving a pleasant and memorable experience to the tourists arriving in J&K.

Government changes School timings for Jammu division


Director School Education orders change in school timings in Jammu Division from 1st of October.

The Directorate of School Education,  Jammu (DSEJ) on Friday ordered change in school timing falling in Summer Zone of Jammu division. According to an order, the schools shall observe timing as 9:00 AM to 3:00 P.M within Municipal Limits and 10:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M in Rural areas w.e.f 01-10-2022.

Vaishno Devi Shrine Board distributes free souvenir to devotees on eve of Navratra

vaishno devi shrine

To honor the female in all forms and envisioning Navratri as a symbol for women empowerment, the female devotees who visited the Holy Shrine of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Ji during these auspicious Navratra were distributed free souvenir items at a selfie point on Tarakote Marg leading to Holy Shrine by Anshul Garg, Chief Executive Officer, Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board as a token of honour and gratitude. These souvenir items included sarees, suit pieces, chunni & Dupatta.

Chief Executive Officer informed that on this festive occasion, this is enlisting another initiative by the Shrine Board for promoting yatra influx after providing free pony and battery car services to ‘Divyang’ devotees with special arrangements for their priority darshans at sanctum sanctorum by setting up of help desks for their convenience and hassle-free yatra at various locations as per the directions of Chairman.

CEO also informed that for the first time, Shrine Board has unveiled special selfie points enroute the Holy Shrine for the pilgrims to capture memories of their visit during Navratra. He further contended that besides these initiatives, Shrine Board is striving hard for ensuring physical and systematic improvements wherever required after critical examination like augmentation of infrastructure, decongestion of the entire track, appropriate use of technology for effective crowd and queue management and expeditious completion of all the development works for further augmentation of the facilities for the visiting pilgrims.

Among those present on the occasion were Navneet Singh, Addl. CEO; Ajay Salaan, Asstt CEO and other officers of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board, besides pilgrims in large numbers.

Vaishno Devi shrine Board will organise 14 different activities in Katra from Sep 26 to Oct 4

vaishno devi shrine

Jammu: Nestled atop Trikuta hills in Jammu and Kashmir’s Reasi district, the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine is all decked up to welcome pilgrims arriving for the nine-day Navratri festival commencing from Monday, officials said.

Over three lakh pilgrims from across the country and abroad are expected to visit the shrine during the festival with the Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board (SMVDSB) putting in place all necessary arrangements including security to meet the heavy rush, the officials said.

Jammu and Kashmir Lt Governor Manoj Sinha, who is also the chairman of the shrine board, on August 31 rolled out a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system for the pilgrims.

The RFID system is part of various new projects sanctioned for the convenience of the pilgrims in the aftermath of a stampede at the shrine on New Year’s Day in which 12 people lost their lives and 16 others were injured.

We have set up two control rooms and installed 120 CCTV cameras along the track and the Bhawan (sanctum sanctorum) to ensure the Yatra is regulated in a better way…The RFID card system, which is mandatory for all pilgrims, will help in better crowd management and real time tracking of pilgrims, Chief Executive Officer, SMVDSB, Anshul Garg said.

He said the shrine and adjoining areas have been decorated with flowers and lights for the festival.

Welcome gates have also been installed and this time the shrine board is introducing selfie points enroute the cave shrine for the pilgrims, he said.

Garg said physically challenged devotees will be provided horses and battery car service free of cost to make it easy for them to offer prayers at the shrine.

This is another new initiative of the shrine board and we have set up help desks for the convenience of persons with special needs. They will also be given priority for darshan’ at the Bhawan, he said.

Katra, 42 km from winter capital Jammu, which serves as the base camp for the shrine, will witness a series of religious, cultural, sports and folk events till the culmination of the festival on October 4.

The tourism department in collaboration with SMVDSB and divisional administration is organising various events like the All India Devotional Song competition, wrestling competition, Ramleela, ‘shobha yatra’, ‘Bhagwati Katha’, ‘Mata Ki Bhaint’, ‘Mata ki Kahani’ play and ‘Kavi Sammelan’.

A total of 14 different activities will be organized in Katra from September 26 to October 4, Garg added.

Div Com Jammu visits different city areas for Navratri arrangements

Div Com Jammu visits different city areas for Navratri arrangements 2

Divisional Commissioner, Jammu Ramesh Kumar on Sunday conducted an extensive tour of Jammu city and inspected the sanitation services and condition of roads in different parts of the winter capital.

The Div. Com was accompanied by Deputy Commissioner Jammu, Avny Lavasa; Commissioner JMC, Rahul Yadav; SSP Traffic Kaushal Sharma; Superintendent Engineer PWD and other concerned officers.

The Div. Com started his tour from Bahu Fort and visited Kachhi Chawni, Raghunath Bazar, Satwari- Airport Road, Ambphalla, canal road and other adjoining areas.

At Bahu Fort, the Div Com inspected the arrangements for Navratri festival and progress of ongoing beautification works of the Bahu Fort Complex.

The DC Jammu briefed the Div Com about the arrangements being put in place by the district administration Jammu for smooth conduct of Navratri Festival. It was informed that all the arrangements were in place.

The Div. Com instructed the concerned officers to ensure proper sanitation in the adjoining areas, besides regular lifting of garbage.

While inspecting the works taken up under the beautification project, the concerned officers briefed the Div. Com about the works completed so far and ongoing works.

The Div. Com also inspected the parking space and asked SSP Traffic to formulate a traffic management plan for Navratri Days. (JKNewsLine)

Electricity in entire Jammu to be affected on Sunday, Check your area

Electricity in entire Jammu to be affected on Sunday, Check your area 3

Chief Engineer (Distribution) JPDCL, Jammu has informed that the power supply Yatri Niwas, Bhawani Nagar, Gole Gujral, Talab Tillo, Trilokpur, Panjpeer, NITCO Lane, Vikas Nagar, Gho Manhasa, Marh, Gajansoo and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 7 am to 12 noon.

Similarly, the power supply to Pouni, Ransoo, Arnas, Dharmari, Bagga and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 9 am to 4 pm.

Likewise, the power supply to Akalpur, Udheywala, Sangrampur, Lale-De-Bagh, Nagbani, DPS School Manorma Vihar, Udheywala, Anand Nagar, Domana, Lower Machlian, Nagbani, Kherian, Haipurjagir, Saroda, Puran de Kothi, Trilokpur, Sari Rakwlan, Pouni Chak and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 8 am to 2 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Lamberi, Bagnoti, Narian, Chwki-Jangher, Qila, Darhal, Lam, laroka, Dabbar, Dharat, Gagrote, Nowshera town and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 10 am to 4 pm.

Likewise, the power supply to Jakheni, Pathi, Devik and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 10 am to 5 pm.

Similarly, the power supply to Pargwal, Channi Tanna, Rajpura, Bhalwal Bharat, Dhalwal Miulu Hamipurkona, BSF and adjoining areas shall remain affected on September 25 from 9 am to 2 pm.

Likewise, the power supply to Gandhi Nagar, Nanak Nagar, Railhead Complex, Jammu University, DC Office, Boria PHE, Sunjwan, Narwal, Bathindi, Channi Himmat, Transport Nagar,  Jhajjarkotli, Janipur, New Secretariat, Subash Nagar, Muthi, Rajinder Nagar, Roop Nagar, Sheetli (PHE) and the areas being fed from Grid Stations- Sidhra, BB-I & BB-II shall remain affected on September 25 from 8 am to 1 pm.