Urge BOSE to take combined decision for all
Srinagar, Aug 31: Terming the recent decision of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) as ‘unfair and discriminatory’, the aspiring candidates of annual and bi-annual private examinations of 10th and 12th standard Tuesday demanded authorities to take combined decision for the students.
Earlier on Monday, the JKBOSE stated that it has devised a mechanism to promote the aspiring candidates of annual and bi-annual private examinations of Class 10th and 12th, who have already passed two or more subjects.
However, the students said the mechanism devised by the BOSE to promote the candidates who have already passed two or more subjects to higher class have left the other students at Gods’ mercy.
One of the students told the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) that he couldn’t study well last year due to his bad health conditions, thus couldn’t qualify the regular exams. The 10th standard student said, “I have never failed in any subject till 9th standard even though I used to be one of the toppers of my class. However, last year, I was suffering from Typhoid and couldn’t study and prepare well for the exams.”
Now, the BOSE has promoted those who couldn’t qualify the exams in two or more subjects and left the failed ones and those who couldn’t appear in the exams at God’s mercy, which is a sheer injustice to the students.
The BOSE should either promote all the students or should conduct the exams of all private candidates to do the justice.
Meanwhile, BOSE chairman Veena Pandita and Director Academics Farooq Ahmad Peer couldn’t get materialized for the comments—(KNO)