Six Months On Reappear Students Await Biannual Examination

KL Report

SRINAGAR

The parents of students, who have to reappear in the class 12 examination, have expressed dismay over the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education’s failure to conduct biannual examination in time despite passage of six months since submission of application forms.

They said the career of thousands of students is at stake at the hands of the JKBOSE authorities for want of timely conduct of Bi-annual examination of 12th class. They said the students got Re-appear for various reasons both of personal nature and also on account of faulty Series System introduced by the board.

“The result of 12th Annual 2012 examination was declared on January 23, 2013 and within 15 days the JKBOSE authorities accepted the Bi-annual Application Forms. It is now about six months that the bi-annual examination date sheet is not out.  Since the 12th class is out-going batch and the provisional admission purely depends on the early conduct of these bi-annual examinations, as the session at All-India level starts around August,” Bashir Ahmad father of a student told a local news agency, KNS.

Another aggrieved parent said, “Ironically, the JKBOSE is not included in the Transfer of Credit scheme, or the JKBOSE authorities have not opted for it, so as to get these budding youth relieved of the tension on this minds about their career. Hence the importance of conduct of timely bi-annual by the JKBOSE increases. Here it is mentioned that almost all the State Boards/CBSC are included in the Transfer of Credit scheme of National Institute of Opening Schooling.”

They said hundreds of these students have on the other hand cleared various national level examinations and are just held-up for want of early conduct of their Re-appear Examination and declaration of result thereof.

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