Srinagar : Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is going to declare the results of the 10th and 12th class annual examinations for Kashmir valley next month.
We have asked the Board authorities to fast-track the evaluation process so that the results are declared at the earliest, Minister for Education, Mr Naeem Akhtar said. He said hopefully the result of 12th class will be out by 20 January 2017 while the result of the 10th class will be declared by 22 January 2017.
The Minister said that the practical examination of 12th class is still going on and the process would be completed by 28 December 2016.
He said to help students make up for the precious academic time lost because of the disturbances during the summers, the Education Department has already started the process of organizing free tuitions and coaching under CMs Super-50 programme.
Around 6000 students appeared in the screening test for CMs Super-50 Coaching at various centres in the Valley yesterday and the results of the test would be declared on December 24, he said and added that the coaching would begin on December 26.
The Minister said that on the basis of their performance in the screening test, 1200 students will be short-listed for regular tuitions and free coaching for JKCET, NEET, JEE, AIIMS, AMU and other competitive examinations at the Srinagar centre while 50 students each will be shortlisted for coaching at district centres.
He said the guest lectures are also being arranged by the faculty from higher education department, medicos, professionals and IITians with regular counseling sessions and test series to check the progress of the students.
Pertinently, several students from the CMs Super-50 Coaching programme had last year cracked the prestigious competitive examinations including JEE for admission to IITs and NITs.
The initiative is a comprehensive free tuition program for 10th and 12th class students of Jammu and Kashmir who are tutored by top faculty drawn from the Education Department.
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