Srinagar: Amid confusion over preponing of 10th and 12th standard examinations, authorities on Monday said Jammu and Board of School Education (BOSE) will clarify the matter within a week’s time.
BOSE chairman Veena Pandita said that no official decision or announcement was made as on date. The BOSE official also said that it will clear all confusions pertaining to annual secondary school examinations including the 11th standard as well.
With regard to preponing of 10th and 12th standard examinations, Pandita said,
“The matter of preponing the exams was only discussed in the previous meeting with the Ex-Commissioner Secretary Asgar Samoon as to whether there was any feasibility for government and BOSE to hold the exams of 10th and 12th standard exams in first week of November
“As of now nothing has been finalized and currently BOSE has not announced or decided anything about examinations, but in weeks’ time everything will be cleared,” she added.
Pandita also said the issue of all board examinations has been highlighted with the newly appointed administrative Secretary to Government for School Education Department Bishwajit Kumar Singh and in coming days she will discuss the matter in a meeting to take a final call.
As whether there was any indication of mass promotions to 11th standard students, the BOSE Chairman said that too would be decided in coming days—(KNO)
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