BOSE withheld result of over hundred class 12 students

Official says investigating complaint against exam centre

SRINAGAR: The J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has withheld class 12 results of over a hundred students putting their academic career at stake.
About 120 students, who appeared in their class 12 annual examinations last year at Green View Public School, Magam (centre number 2410) are in dilemma as their results were not declared.
The aggrieved students alleged that the board officials had surprisingly shown the results of only the students, who wrote their papers at centre number 2410, as ‘Later on’ on the official result gazette.
They wondered how the board could withhold the result of the students of only a particular examination centre more importantly when they wrote all their papers “without any fuss”.
“There was no such episode like cheating during even a single paper, so how can they withhold our results?” questioned an aggrieved student.
The students feared that the “unnecessary” issue with their results might cost them an academic year as the universities in Kashmir had already braced for admissions to undergrad and professional courses.
They further said that the board officials, who they approached on Thursday over the matter, had told them that there had been a “complaint” against the said examination centre and will decide over their fate in coming days.
Secretary JKBOSE, Riyaz Ahmad, confirmed that there had been a complaint against the said examination centre due to which they had withheld the students’ results.
Over students’ claims that there had written their papers without any hassle, Riyaz declined to specify the quarters that had lodged the complaint.
He further said that they will decide on the students’ fate after proper investigation into the matter.
Pertinently, over 76 percent students cleared the class 12 exams 2019 that concluded in December last year.
In this year’s exams, girls outshined boys by a narrow margin of roughly two percent while private schools maintained lead over their government counterparts by registering 16 percent

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