Class 10, 12 exams from last week of October: Secretary School Education


Secretary school education Farooq Ahmad Shah Wednesday said the annual class 10, 12 Board of School Education (BOSE) exams will be held from last week of October.

Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of a review meeting in BOSE at Bemina here, Shah said the students with less than 90 percent attendance won’t be allowed to appear in exams.

“BOSE has been asked to finalize preparations for class 10 and 12 annual exams and any student with less than 90 percent attendance won’t be allowed to sit in exams,” Shah said.

He appealed the parents to motivate their kids to attend their classes regularly.

“The shortage list will be issued by the end of September and registration forms of students falling under shortage cases will be called back by the school authorities,” he said.

He said BOSE should conduct fair exams and take strict action against students who resort to copying in exams centres.

“We are receiving reports of mass copying in exam centres as no stern action has been taken against the students or staff. BOSE should take strict action so that students refrain from such activities,” he said.

He asked the BOSE authorities to treat students politely who approach the officials with their grievances.

“When a student fails in exams he is in state of frustration and BOSE officials should treat them with affection and address their grievances,” he said.


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