JKBOSE Upcoming Deadline: Questions Arise for Class 10th Annual Regular Exam Forms

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JKBOSE Upcoming Deadline: Questions Arise for Class 10th Annual Regular Exam Forms

Srinagar, December 18: With the deadline for submitting class 10th examination forms on the horizon, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over students enrolled in private schools facing land issues. The denial of Registration and Registration Return Forms (RRF) adds to the predicament.

The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) has set the submission deadline for December 20, 2023, causing anxiety among a significant number of students.

An unnamed official disclosed that students in these schools, grappling with land issues, are yet to be registered for the class 10th examination. While details of these students are available, registration hurdles persist due to ongoing land disputes.

The official highlighted, “Last year, the Board provisionally released RR for class 9th students from these schools, but this year, registration has been withheld.”

The number of affected schools exceeds 100, but BOSE has not initiated the process of tagging students from private schools as of now. The matter remains sub judice, awaiting a government decision.

Regarding the deadline, the official suggested a possible extension for student convenience.

The issue gained prominence after statements from BOSE Chairman and the School Education Department, assuring the tagging of students with nearby schools to protect their educational journey. However, opposition voices argue that such decisions affect students’ psychological attachment to their original schools.

Former Director of School Education Kashmir, Muhammad Rafi, criticized the tagging as a “double whammy” for schools. He questioned the legality of such measures, emphasizing the potential identity crisis imposed on students.

Rafi asserted that the government’s decision to tag students contradicts established laws and regulations, suggesting it signals illegitimacy for these schools.

Amidst the controversy, the National Independent Schools Alliance (NISA) has joined the Private Schools Association J&K (PSAJK) in considering a ‘School Bachao’ padayatra from Kanyakumari to Kashmir, with over two lakh schools expressing intent to participate.

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