Ongoing 12th Class Examination, Students Allege Papers Were Twisted

KL Report


Class 12th students from different streams are alleging that Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education is hell bent to ruin their careers while most of the examination papers set for the students have been twisted and are out of syllabus.

The ongoing class 12th examination has been proving nightmare for the students. So far, three massive demonstrations have been staged against the BOSE for twisting the examination papers.

Shortly before the massive demonstration staged by students appearing in Math subject, students who appeared in English paper (R-series) as regular candidates, said they were “shocked” to see questions out of the syllabus and could not attempt most of the questions.

“We were not expecting that Board of School Education authorities are so negligent about the examination as most of the questions were not only tough but of syllabus as well,” said Nazir Ahmed, a student adding that they want re-examination of English paper.

On Wednesday, students who had appeared in Business Math paper alleged that BOSE had set their examination paper out of syllabus while they could not do anything in this regard. They said that it was only after the massive protest registered by Math students that the matter came to limelight.

“We were the first victims of the BOSE. Board authorities ignored our complaints as we did not protest as other students did,” one of the students told CNS.

The father of a female student said that he along with other parents approached to Secretary BOSE in this regard. “Despite giving assurances, the BOSE did not do anything. Our children are perturbed and we seek justice for them,” he said.

When contacted, Secretary to BOSE, Reenu Goswami told CNS that expert committees have been constituted to look into the matter. “We are waiting for their expert opinions and it is only after getting their opinion, we would be able to take a decision,” she said.


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