Important Update from JKBOSE Chairman Regarding Annual Regular Exams 2024

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Important Update from JKBOSE Chairman Regarding Annual Regular Exams 2024

Srinagar, Dec 16: In response to recent allegations surrounding the purported non-issuance of examination forms, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (J&K BOSE) has vehemently denied the claims, categorizing them as baseless and fabricated.

A spokesperson from J&K BOSE clarified that the accusations of obstructing eligible candidates from affiliated academic institutions in participating in public examinations lack factual basis.

Highlighting its role as both an affiliating and examining body, the Board underscores its commitment to impartial facilitation, promptly addressing any misinformation in accordance with established norms and factual records.

It was stressed that academic institutions must strictly adhere to the norms and guidelines set forth by J&K BOSE and the Government School Education Department.

Non-compliance with mandated document submissions by petitioner schools cannot be overlooked, and the Board is unwavering in ensuring the rights of students to pursue their educational goals.

Additionally, the official highlighted the Board’s awareness of student interests and dedication to facilitating them. Ongoing processes are cited as evidence, benefiting students from affected schools, with special attention given to legal adjudication involving schools with “other than proprietary” land titles.

The Board firmly refutes allegations of denying institutions’ rights to foster mandatory education, asserting its commitment to safeguarding the academic interests and rights of students in affiliated schools. The ongoing facilitation process has already yielded positive results for affected students, with assurances of more schools being accommodated in due course.

Prof. (Dr.) Parikshat Singh Manhas, Chairman of J&K BOSE, expressed a robust commitment to ensuring that no student misses their exams. Importantly, he assured that late fees would not be charged for any student, addressing concerns related to schools established on state land.

Prof. Manhas lamented the politicization of the registration process by certain entities, reaffirming the Board’s dedication to ensuring every student can take their exams without hindrance.

This development follows concerns over the uncertain educational prospects of numerous students in Jammu and Kashmir due to the BOSE’s refusal to acknowledge class 10th examination forms submitted by students from private schools on state-owned land.

The Board’s actions have raised apprehension, especially in light of a High Court order from the previous year, aligned with a government directive issued the year before.

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