BOSE declares result of class 12 students withheld over complaint

SRINAGAR: Much to the relief of the aggrieved students, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has declared the withheld class 12 results of most of them.
Of the remaining students, few of them have been found to have been resorted to unfair means while the rest failed to explain their position over the matter before the board recently, Kashmir Reader has learnt.
Already reported by this newspaper, the aggrieved students, who appeared in their class 12 annual examinations last year at centre number 2410 at Green View Public School, Magam in central Kashmir’s Budgam district had alleged that the board authorities had “unnecessarily” withheld their results, which were declared on January 22.
The 119 students, whose results were shown as RLO (Result Later On) in the class 12 annual examination results, had also held a protest against the board recently asking it to declare their results forthwith in view of the upcoming academic session.
Kashmir Reader learnt from official sources that the results of 94 of the students were declared on Friday on the basis of the recommendations by the ‘Unfair Means Committee’ constituted by the board administration over the matter.
The Committee heard the students on Wednesday for disposal of their cases as the board said it had received complaints against the said examination centre.
While results of most of the students had been notified at the BOSE’s Bemina campus, an official told Kashmir Reader that the use of unfair means had been established by the UFM Committee against at least 7 students on Wednesday.
The remaining students, he said, remained absent adding that they might be given another opportunity to explain their position.
“If they are found innocent, their results will be cleared in the same way,” he added.
The official said that the marks sheets of the students, whose results had been cleared now, will be issued shortly.
Secretary JKBOSE, Riyaz Ahmad confirmed about the declaration of the withheld results of the students.
Earlier, the students had claimed that there had been “no such episode like cheating during the whole exams”.
The withheld results had put the students into a spot of bother as they feared it might cost them an academic year as the universities in Kashmir are already gearing up for admissions to undergrad and professional courses.
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 better pass percentage of students.

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