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Education Alert: Annual BOSE, undergraduate exams on cards


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Srinagar, Oct 05 :The state administration is likely to take a final call in next week about the conduct of JK Board of school education (BOSE) and under graduate exams. A top official said that the advisor to Governor, Farooq Ahmad Khan will convene a meeting with university officials and college principals and official of school education department and JKBOSE on October 9.

“The meeting will discuss the strategy about how to conduct all under gradate exams while as officials dates for annual BOSE exams will be finalized as well,” the top official told.

He said the Advisor who, recently visited Ladakh for inauguration of BOSE sub office has announced that exams in Leh will be held on scheduled time as well.

“The people and administration in Ladakh had also opposed any delay in annual BOSE exams and demanded that the exams should either be held in October- November month or in March next year,” the official told, adding that the advisor made it clear in Ladakh that exams in all places will be held on scheduled time.

An official at Kashmir University’s (KU) examination department said they have also planned to convene a meeting with college principals October 8 which will be followed with another meeting to be chaired by Vice Chancellor in afternoon on same day.

“We will seek feedback from college principals and submit the report to the vice chancellor. Further decisions will be taken according to the feedback of college principals,” the official told.

He however said the varsity has also decided to hold the PG 4th semester exams on time as the students have to seek admission for higher studies outside state.

“The varsity has not taken any decision about PG exams but the exam of 4th semester outgoing batch of PG students will be held on priority,” the official said. He said they have facilitated the students to submit their exam forms through offline mode due to non-availability of internet facility.

Meanwhile, the official said, Chairperson of BOSE is in Jammu in connection with the preparation for Annual class 10th to 12th examination will also arrive in Kashmir on October 09 to attend the meeting with an Advisor.

“The preparations about holding exams have already started but the dates will be finalized in coming week,” the official told. He said the official datasheet for annual BOSE and undergraduate exams will be notified after the meeting. (KNO)

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