SRINAGAR, FEB 14 :Students 11th class who were declared fail yesterday vandalised property at BOSE office at Bemina and raised pro freedom and Zakir Moosa slogans.
Reports said that students assembled inside the premises and raised sloganeering against department and then raised Zikar Moosa Slogans.
Speaking to News agency state board of School education (BOSE) official said that student created ruckus at the office and raised Pro Zakir Moosa, and pro Pakistan slogans.
He further added that students broke window panes by throwing stones and clashed with officials of BOSE.
Meanwhile Speaking to protesting student, they said that JKBOSE have resorted to wrong marking in 11th class result which was declared yesterday.
They further added “Some of the students have good marks but have been declared fail while some with low marks are shown as passed. We protested against their callous attitude towards us”.
One of the students speaking to news agency said “I have 64 marks in IP subject but when I checked my result yesterday it shows fail how is it possible that I have 64 marks still it shows fail”.
He added “JKBSOE is playing BJP game with the students of Kashmir valley, when the result of 10th and 12th of Jammu division was declared there was not a single issue with result, then why is this happening with Kashmiri students only”.
However parents also came in support of protesting students, a group of parents speaking to News agency said “during the result of 10th and 12th JKBSOE also did same thing now same is happening with 11th class as it’s for the first time that they are appearing in 11th class board exams, govt should provide some realization to these students”.
The results of the 2018 academic session annual exams for Class 11 were declared by the J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) on Wednesday evening. The overall pass percentage of students was 63 percent, the Board said in a handout.
Out of 62,101 candidates who appeared in the examination last year, 39,406 have passed, the Board said. As against a pass percentage of 60 percent for boys, 67 percent girls have passed the examination.
A total of 32,227 boys had appeared in the annual exam across streams of Arts, Commerce and Science, out of whom 19,284 have succeeded. Out of 29,874 girls who appeared in the exam, 20,122 have passed.
Last year J&K state Board of School Education (JKBOSE) ordered that Candidates of class 10th and class 11th examination failing in one out of five compulsory subjects even after Bi-Annual examination will not be, now on, allowed to continue their studies in 11th and 12th class.
In a notification issued by Director Academics JKBOSE, Dr Farooq Ahmad Peer, the board said that the candidates of class 10th and class 11th examinations “who are declared fail in one subject out of five compulsory subjects shall not be henceforth allowed to continue their studies in next higher classes i. e, class 11th and 12th respectively after declaration of their result of Bi-Annual examinations”. (PTK)