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About Exam

About Exam

Exam Brief

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (abbreviated as JK BOSE) is the primary board of school education in the Indian Administered Kashmir which currently constitutes the Union Territory Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh.

It is based in Jammu & Srinagar and is an autonomous body under the administration of the government of Jammu and Kashmir. The board gives affiliation to more than 10,200 schools across the state (currently recognised as the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir and Union Territory of Ladakh).

The board-level exams are conducted after grades 10 and 12. All other exams like those of Class 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11 are conducted at the school level according to the guided syllabus, exam blueprint and evaluation structure decided by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education.

Hence, the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board Exam is a school level exam.

Exam Summary

The different subjects to be taken up by a Jammu and Kashmir Board 6th standard student are given below:

No. Compulsory Subjects
1 Urdu or Hindi.
2 General English
3 Mathematics.
4 Social Science (History, Geology, Political Science, Economics & Disorder Management)
5 Science (Physics, Chemistry, Life Science)
Additional Subjects (Any one from the list below)
Urdu, Kashmiri, Arabic, Persian, Hindi, dogri, Sanskrit, Bhoti, Punjabi, Computer Education

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Exam Syllabus

Exam Syllabus

Syllabus for Class 6 JK Board

Syllabus for English

No. Title Writer
1 A Different Kind of School E. V. Lucas
2 Who Did Patrick’s Homework Carol Moore
3 Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Edited by Prof. G. R. Malik
4 Moosa Ali’s Camel Shafqat Habib
5 The Kashmiri Shawl Prof. Mohammad Aslam
6 An Indian-American Woman in Space Adapted from Span
7 Reusing the Waste Prof. M. Aslam
1 Beauty – E.Yeh Shure E.Yeh Shure
2 Where do All the Teachers Go Peter Dixon
3 A House, A Home Lorraine M. Halli
4 Vocation Rabindranath Tagore
5 First Day at School Roger McGough
6 What do We Plant Henry Abbey
7 Time You Old Gypsy Man Ralph Hodgson
8 What is Green Mary O’Neill
Short Stories
1 A Tale of Two Birds Anonymous
2 The Friendly Mongoose From Panchtantra
3 The Shepherd’s Treasure An Iranian Folktale
4 Granny’s Fabulous Kitchen Ruskin Bond
5 The Story of the Hills Nilamber Dev Sharma

Syllabus for Science

Chapter Number Chapter Name Details
1 Food Where does it Come From? 1.1 Food Variety
1.2 Food Materials and Sources
1.3 Plant Parts and Animal Products as Food
1.4 What do Animals Eat?
2 Components of Food 2.1 What do Different Food Items Contain?
2.2 What do Various Nutrients do for our Body?
2.3 Balanced Diet
2.4 Deficiency Diseases
3 Fibre to Fabric 3.1 Variety in Fabrics
3.2 Fibre
3.3 Some Plant and Animal Fibres
3.4 Spinning Cotton Yarn
3.5 Yarn to Fabric
3.6 History of Clothing Material
4 Sorting Materials into Groups 4.1 Objects Around Us
4.2 Properties of Materials
5 Separation of Substances 5.1 Methods of Separation
Hand Picking
Sedimentation, Decantation and Filtration
Use of more than one Method of Separation
Can Water Dissolve any Amount of a Substance?
6 Changes Around Us 6.1 Can all Changes Always be Reversed?
6.2 Could There be Other Ways to Bring a Change?
7 Getting to Know Plants 7.1 Herbs, Shrubs and Trees
7.2 Stem
7.3 Leaf
7.4 Root
7.5 Flower
8 Body Movements 8.1 Human Body and its Movements
8.2 “Gait of Animals”
9 The Living organisms and their Surroundings 9.1 Organisms and The Surroundings Where They Live
9.2 Habitat and Adaptation
9.3 A Journey Through Different Habitats
9.4 Characteristics of The Living Beings
10 Motion and Measurement of Distances 10.1 Story of Transport
10.2 How Far Have You Travelled? How Wide is This Desk?
10.3 Some Measurements
10.4 Standard Units of Measurements
10.5 Correct Measurement of Length
10.6 Measuring The Length of a Curved Line
10.7 Moving Things Around Us
10.8 Types of Motion
11 Light, Shadows and Reflections 11.1 Transparent, Opaque and Translucent Objects
11.2 What Exactly Are Shadows?
11.3 A Pinhole Camera
11.4 Mirrors and Reflections
12 Electricity and Circuits 12.1. Electric Cell
12.2. A Bulb Connected to An Electric Cell
12.3 An Electric Circuit
12.4 Electric Switch
12.5 Electric Conductors and insulators
13 Fun with Magnets 13.1 Magnetic and Non-Magnetic Materials
13.2 Poles of Magnet
13.3 Finding Directions
13.4 Make Your Own Magnet
13.5 Attraction and Repulsion Between Magnets
14 Water 14.1 How Much Water Do We Use?
14.2 Where Do We Get Water From?
14.3 Water Cycle
14.4 Back to The Oceans
14.5 What if it Rains Heavily?
4.6 What Happens if it does Not Rain For A Long Period?
14.7 How Can We Conserve Water?
14.8 Rainwater Harvesting
15 Air Around Us 15.1 Is Air Present Everywhere Around Us?
15.2 What is Air Made Up of?
15.3 How does Oxygen Become Available to Animals and Plants Living in Water and Soil?
15.4 How is The Oxygen in The Atmosphere Replaced?
16 Garbage in, Garbage out 16.1 Waste
16.2 When Waste is A Problem
16.3 Dealing With Garbage
16.4 Vermicomposting
16.5 Think and Throw
16.6 Plastics – Boon Or a Curse?

Syllabus for Mathematics

Chapter Number Chapter Name Details
1 Knowing Our Numbers 1.1 Introduction
1.2 Comparing Numbers
1.2.1 How many Numbers can You Make?
1.2.2 Shifting Digits
1.2.3 introducing 10,000
1.2.4 Revisiting Place Value
1.2.5 introducing 1,00,000
1.2.6 Larger Numbers
1.2.7 An Aid in Reading and Writing Large Numbers
1.3 Large Numbers in Practice
1.3.1 Estimation
1.3.2 Estimating to the nearest tens by rounding off
1.3.3 Estimating to the Nearest Hundreds by Rounding off
1.3.4 Estimating to the Nearest Thousands by Rounding off
1.3.5 Estimating Outcomes of Number Situations
1.3.6 to Estimate Sum or Difference
1.3.7 to Estimate Products
1.4 Using Brackets
1.4.1 Expanding brackets
1.5 Roman Numerals
2 Whole Numbers 2.1 introduction
2.2 Whole Numbers
2.3 The Number Line
2.4 Properties of Whole Numbers
2.5 Patterns in Whole Numbers
3 Playing With Numbers 3.1 introduction
3.2 Factors and Multiples
3.3 Prime and Composite Numbers
3.4 Tests for Divisibility of Numbers
3.5 Common Factors and Common Multiples
3.6 Some More Divisibility Rules
3.7 Prime Factorisation
3.8 Highest Common Factor
3.9 Lowest Common Multiple
3.10 Some Problems on HCF and LCM
4 Basic Geometrical Ideas 4.1 Introduction
4.2 Points
4.3 ALine Segment
4.4 ALine
4.5 intersecting Lines
4.6 Parallel Lines
4.7 Ray
4.8 Curves
4.9 Polygons
4.10 Angles
4.11 Triangles
4.12 Quadrilaterals
4.13 Circles
5 Understanding Elementary Shapes 5.1 Introduction
5.2 Measuring Line Segments
5.3 Angles-‘Right’ and ‘Straight’
5.4 Angles-‘Acute’, ‘Obtuse and ‘Reflex’
5.5 Measuring Angles
5.6 Perpendicular Lines
5.7 Classification of Triangles
5.8 Quadrilaterals
5.9 Polygons
5.10 Three Dimensional Shapes
6 integers 6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 Tag me with a sign
6.2 integers
6.2.1 Representation of integers on a number line
6.2.2 Ordering of integers
6.3 Addition of integers
6.3.1 Addition of integers on a number line
6.4 Subtraction of integers with the help of a Number Line
7 Fractions 7.1 Introduction
7.2 AFraction
7.3 Fraction on the Number Line
7.4 Proper Fractions
7.5 Improper and Mixed Fractions
7.6 Equivalent Fractions
7.7 Simplest Form of a Fraction
7.8 Like Fractions
7.9 Comparing Fractions
7.9.1 Comparing like fractions
7.9.2 Comparing unlike fractions
7.10 Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
7.10.1 Adding or subtracting like fractions
7.10.2 Adding and subtracting fractions
8 Decimals 8.1 Introduction
8.2 Tenths
8.3 Hundredths
8.4 Comparing Decimals
8.5 Using Decimals
8.5.1 Money
8.5.2 Length
8.5.3 Weight
8.6 Addition of Numbers with Decimals
8.7 Subtraction of Decimals
9 Data Handling 9.1 Introduction
9.2 Recording Data
9.3 Organisation of Data
9.4 Pictograph
9.5 interpretation of a Pictograph
9.6 Drawing a Pictograph
9.7 A Bar Graph
9.7.2 Drawing a Bar Graph
10 Mensuration 10.1 Introduction
9.2 Perimeter
10.2.1 Perimeter of a rectangle
10.2.2 Perimeter of Regular Shapes
10.3 Area
10.3.1 Area of a rectangle
10.3.2 Area of a square
11 Algebra 11.1 Introduction
11.2 Matchstick Patterns
11.3 The Idea of a Variable
11.4 More Matchstick Patterns
11.5 More Examples of Variables
11.6 Use of Variables in Common Rules
11.7 Expressions with Variables
11.8 Using Expressions Practically
11.9 What is an Equation?
11.10 Solution of an Equation
11.11 Getting a solution to the Equation
11.12 Using an Equation
12 Ratio and Proportion 12.1 Introduction
12.2 Ratio
12.3 Proportion
12.4 Unitary Method
13 Symmetry 13.1 Introduction
13.2 Making Symmetric Figures: ink-blot Devils
13.3 Figures with Two Lines of Symmetry
13.4 Figures with Multiple (more than two) Lines of Symmetry
13.5 Reflection and Symmetry
14 Practical Geometry 14.1 Introduction
14.2 The Circle
14.2.1 Construction of a circle when its radius is known
14.3 ALine Segment
14.3.1 Construction of a line segment of a given length
14.3.2 Constructing a copy of a given line segment
14.4 Perpendiculars
14.4.1 Perpendicular to a line through a point on it
14.4.2 Perpendicular to a line through a point not on it
14.4.3 The perpendicular bisector of a line segment
14.5 Angles
14.5.2 Constructing a copy of an angle of unknown measure
14.5.3 Bisector of an angle
14.5.4 Angles of special measures

Syllabus for Social Science (Geography)

Chapter Number Chapter Name Details
1 The Earth in the Solar System

The Solar System
The Sun
The Earth
The Moon

2 Globe : Latitudes and Longitudes Important Parallels of Latitudes
Heat Zones of The Earth
What Are Longitudes?
Longitude and Time
Why Do We Have Standard Time?
3 Motions of the Earth Rotation of the Earth
Revolution of the Earth
Circle of Illumination
Leap Year
Orbit of Rotation of the Earth
Summer Solstice
Winter Solstice
4 Maps Physical Maps
Political Maps
Thematic Maps
5 Major domains of the Earth Lithosphere
Biosphere – The domain of Life
6 Major Landforms of the Earth Mountains
Landforms and The People
7 Our Country-India Locational Setting
india’s Neighbours
Political and Administrative Divisions
Physical Divisions
8 India : Climate, Vegetation and Wildlife Cold Weather Season Or Winter
Hot Weather Season Or Summer
South-West Monsoon Season Or Rainy Season
Season of Retreating Monsoons Or Autumn
Natural Vegetation
Why Are Forests Necessary?
Wild Life
9 Jammu, Kashmir & Ladakh at A Glance A. Physiography
I. The Outer Plains.
II. The Shiwaliks.
III. The Middle Himalayas.
IV. The Valley of Kashmir
V. The Greater Himalayas.
VI. The Ladakh Region.
B. Climate
C. Vegetation and WildLife (Flora and Fauna)
D. Major Rivers
E. Languages
F. Wild Life

Syllabus for Social Science

Unit Number and Name Chapter Number Chapter Name Topics
I-Diversity 1 Understanding Diversity Understanding Diversity

  • Making friends
  • What does diversity add to our lives?

Diversity in India

  • How do we explain Diversity?

Unity in Diversity

2 Diversity and Discrimination Difference and Prejudice
Creating Stereotypes
inequality and Discrimination
On being discriminated against
Striving for Equality
II-Government 3 What is Government? Levels of Government
Laws and the Government
Types of Government
Democratic Governments
4 Key Elements of a Democratic Government Participation
Need to Resolve Conflict
Equality and Justice
III- Local Government and Administration 5 (i) Panchayati Raj Gram Sabha
The Gram Panchayat
Three Levels of Panchayats
(ii) Panchayat Raj in J&K Overview
Composition & Structure of Panchayati Raj

  • Halqa Panchayats
  • Block Development Council
  • District Planning and Development Board
  • Panchayat Adalat

73rd Amendment and Panchayati Raj in J&K
Advantages of Panchayati Raj

6 Rural Administration Area of the Police Station
The work at the Police Station
Maintenance of Land Records
A New Law (Hindu Succession Amendment Act, 2005)
7 Urban Administration The Ward Councillor and Administrative Staff
IV-Livelihoods 8 Rural Livelihoods Examples of few villages

  • Kalpattu village
  • Thulasi
  • Sekar

On being in Debt
Agricultural Labourers and Farmers in India
Rural Livelihoods

9 Urban Livelihood s Working on the Street
in the Market
in the Factory-Workshop Area
in the office area

Syllabus for History

Chapter No Chapter Name Details
1 What, Where, How and When? What can we know about the past?
Where did people live?
Names of the land
Finding out about the past
One past or many?
What do dates mean?
2 From Hunting-Gathering to Growing Food The earliest people: why were they on the move?
How do we know about these people?
Choosing a place to live in
Finding out about fire
A changing environment
The beginning of farming and herding
A new way of life
‘Storing’ animals
Finding out about the first farmers and herders
towards a settled life
A closer look — Living and dying in Mehrgarh
3 in The Earliest Cities The story of Harappa
What was special about these cities?
Houses, drains and streets
Life in the city
New crafts in the city
in search of raw materials
Food for people in the cities
A closer look — Harappan towns in Gujarat
The mystery of the end
4 What Books and Burials Tell Us One of the oldest books in the world
How historians study the Rigveda
Cattle, horses and chariots
Words to describe people
Silent sentinels—the story of the megaliths
Finding out about social differences
Were some burial spots meant for certain families?
A special burial at Imamgaon
5 Kingdoms, Kingsand An Early Republic How some men became rulers
Changes in agriculture
A closer look — (a) Magadha
A closer look — (b) Vajji
6 New Questions and Ideas The Story of the Buddha
The Sangha
7 Ashoka, The Emperor Who Gave Up War A very big kingdom = an empire
How are empires different from kingdoms?
Ruling the empire
Ashoka, a unique ruler
Ashoka’s war in Kalinga
What was Ashoka’s dhamma?
8 Vital Villages, Thriving towns Iron tools and agriculture
Other steps to increase production: irrigation
Who lived in the villages?
Finding out about cities: stories, travellers, sculpture and archaeology
Other means of exchange
Cities with many functions
Crafts and crafts persons
Rules for spinning and weaving
A closer look — Arikamedu
9 Traders, Kings and Pilgrims How to find out about trade and traders
New kingdoms along the coasts
The story of the Silk Route
The spread of Buddhism
The quest of the pilgrims
The beginning of Bhakti
10 New Empires and Kingdoms Prashastis and what they tell us
Samudragupta’s prashasti
Harshavardhana and the Harshacharita
The Pallavas, Chalukyas and Pulakeshin’s prashasti
How were these kingdoms administered?
A new kind of army
Assemblies in the southern kingdoms
Ordinary people in the kingdoms
11 Buildings, Paintings and Books The iron pillar
Buildings in brick and stone
How were stupas and temples built?
The world of books
Recording and preserving old stories
Stories told by ordinary people
Writing books on science
12 Ancient Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh Ancient Kashmir

  • New Kingdoms and their Cities: Stories, Crafts, Archaeology
  • Lalitaditya-Empire Builder of Kashmir
  • Women Rulers of Kashmir
  • Decline of the Hindu Rule
  • Kashmir-the Wonder that was!

Ancient Jammu

  • How the name Jammu came about

Ancient Ladakh

  • Rajatarangini
  • Nilamata Purana
  • Vansavalis
  • Rajdarshan

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Study Plan to Maximise Score

Preparation Tips

The contents of the syllabus, pattern of exam and its evaluation system of the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board Exam necessitates students to go through the whole syllabus thoroughly.

Here are a few tips:

  1. Read through the entire syllabus more than once and understand the contents.
  2. Make notes wherever you feel necessary.
  3. For Mathematics, practice critical or select a few problems more than once till you are sure that you can solve the problems.
  4. Prepare answers for the questions given in the exercises at the end of each chapter and at the end of the book.
  5. Apart from the Jammu and Kashmir Board textbooks, try to read, prepare and solve wholly or partly another book other than the Jammu and Kashmir Board books.
  6. Take the mock tests for 6th grade on Embibe for more practice.

Exam Taking Strategy

Students should write the exam in accordance with the evaluation criteria for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education. 

To a 6th grade student, the evaluation process of the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education may look complicated. If a student does not understand it well, he/she should consult with the respective class teacher at the beginning of the year.

Detailed Study plan

Study systematically and in a planned manner 

Candidates should prepare an appropriate schedule or plan of study taking into consideration the relative strength and weakness of the candidate on different subjects and their preparation level thus far.

Study the syllabus

Some students feel that Mathematics and Science subjects should be given more importance than others and hence they try to put more effort into those two subjects. But in order to score a high percentage of marks in total the students need to put equal importance on all the subjects. 

Revision of the syllabus

Revision of the topics/chapters that were covered in the earlier months of the academic year are required to be revised in a regular manner until the final 6th exam is over along with the syllabus that is covered in the recent past. Candidates need to make revisions in a balanced way. 

Solve Sample Paper and/or Previous Year Question Paper

The 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board Exam is a school level exam. Hence, it may be possible for candidates to collect the previous year’s question papers from the schools and practice them. They can also visit Embibe and practice sample papers or similar papers suitable for the 6th grade for additional preparation.

This helps in many ways such as understanding the difficulty level of the question, question type, and time taken to answer the whole paper. Candidates can in this way manage time better in their actual exam.

Exam Counselling

Exam counselling

Student Counselling

6th-grade students are small boys and girls. At this age, they are eager to know everything that is happening in the world. They are restless. They need both physical and mental growth. Studies are necessary for their career and foundation for higher classes. For proper development and growth in all dimensions of life, they need to find a balance between their studies, sports and all other activities.

They will have a tendency to be more inclined towards sports, mobile games etc. than their studies. It is absolutely crucial for a student to strike a balance in everything they are doing. Every student needs to be counselled on this. They can preferably be counselled by their teachers in the school, or by parents and close relatives at home and around.

Parent/Gaurdian counselling

Along with students, the parents need to understand this as well. Because of the tough competition ahead for students, parents also sometimes put unnecessary pressure on their studies and neglect the holistic development of their kids in other dimensions of life such as sports, arts, and other hobbies. Many times this becomes harmful.

Hence, along with the students, parents must have a proper understanding of this and control their kids in a balanced way. Parental counselling mostly focuses on encouraging positive behaviour and managing undesired behaviour. Parents should understand their children’s emotions and control them.

Parent counselling helps parents in coping with a variety of issues that affect their children by providing appropriate resources, guidance, and expertise. Parents should be more aware of the potential subject choices for their children in the near future.


Freaquently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. Is 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board Exam a school level or a board level exam?
A. It is a school level exam.

Q2. What are the first language options for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. Students can take either Hindi or Urdu as their first language for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exams.

Q3. What is the official website for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. The official website links of JKBOSE are given below:
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Q4. Which textbook is standard for English for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. The textbook that is followed for English for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam is the Textbook of English for Class – VI, Tulip Series Book-VI, published by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education.


Dos and Donts

Q1. Is 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board Exam a school level or a board level exam?
A. It is a school level exam.

Q2. What are the first language options for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. Students can take either Hindi or Urdu as their first language for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exams.

Q3. What is the official website for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. The official website links of JKBOSE are given below:
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Q4. Which textbook is standard for English for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam?
A. The textbook that is followed for English for the 6th Jammu and Kashmir Board exam is the Textbook of English for Class – VI, Tulip Series Book-VI, published by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education.


List of Educational Institutions

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List of Schools

There are a lot of schools affiliated to the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education. Some of them are given below:

Sl No School Name School Category District
1 Higher Secondary School Hardutooru Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
2 Higher Secondary School, Akingam Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
3 Higher Secondary School, Dialgam Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
4 Higher Secondary School Damhall Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
5 Boys Higher Secondary School Achabal Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
6 Girls Higher Secondary School Aishmuqam Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
7 Government Higher Secondary School, Pahelgaon Secondary with Higher Secondary Anantnag
8 Higher Secondary School, Boniyar Secondary with Higher Secondary Baramulla
9 Higher Secondary School, Bijhama Secondary with Higher Secondary Baramulla
10 Government Higher Secondary School, Aragam Secondary with Higher Secondary Bandipora
11 Government Girls Higher Secondary School, Badipora Secondary with Higher Secondary Bandipora
12 Girls Higher Secondary School, Budgam Secondary with Higher Secondary Budgam
13 Higher Secondary School, Teetwal Secondary with Higher Secondary Kupwara
14 Girls Higher Secondary School, Kupwara Secondary with Higher Secondary Kupwara
15 Boys Higher Secondary School, Jawahar Nagar Secondary with Higher Secondary Srinagar
16 Girls Higher Secondary School, Rajbagh Secondary with Higher Secondary Srinagar
17 Boys Higher Secondary School, Pampore Secondary with Higher Secondary Pulwama
18 Girls Higher Secondary School, Pampore Secondary with Higher Secondary Pulwama
19 Higher Secondary School, Barbugh Secondary with Higher Secondary Shopian
20 Higher Secondary School, Chowgam Secondary with Higher Secondary Kulgam

To know more about the schools in Jammu and Kashmir, click here.


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Parent Counselling

Parents can help their 6th grade kids in the following ways:

  1. Attend parent-teacher meetings: 6th grade students are young. Their parents should attend all the parent-teacher meetings, understand the observations and advice made by the teachers and work on the improvement of their kids in line with that advice.
  2. Visit the school notice board, the website regularly: Most of the students of that age are not careful about this, but parents should go to the school and keep their eyes on the school notice board for any important announcements or developments that are of academic importance to their kids and act accordingly. They also should visit the school website regularly.
  3. Support homework: Parents should ensure that the student is going to school with all the homework done. If parents are unable to help their children with their homework themselves, they should appropriate home tutors or coaching and make sure that their kid is doing the homework.
  4. Develop organising skills: Parents should ensure that the student is organising everything for himself such as arranging the school bag with the required items/books/pens/pencils/geometry box/picking up the correct combination of items to take for that day.
    After coming back from school, the student keeps various items like their school bag/shoes/school dresses etc. in a tidy manner. Through all these activities the students will develop a disciplined and organised behaviour. Parents should keep an eye on this.

Future Exams


List of Future Exams

The list of future exams for a 6th grade student under Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education are given below:

Sl no Exam
1 7th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam
2 8th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam
3 9th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam
4 10th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam
5 11th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam
6 12th Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education Exam

Even while studying in the same grade (6th), students can sit for the exams listed below for their own skill improvement, merit certificates and awards.

Sl no Name of the Exam
1 International Science Olympiad (ISO)
2 International Maths Olympiad (IMO)
3 English International Olympiad (EIO)
4 English International Olympiad (EIO)
5 General Knowledge International Olympiad (GKIO)
6 International Computer Olympiad (ICO)
7 International Drawing Olympiad (IDO)
8 National Essay Olympiad (NESO)
9 National Social Studies Olympiad (NSSO)
10 NTSE (National Talent Search Examination)

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