Inter-Migration Certificate Made Mandatory For Board Students In J&K

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Srinagar- Following the implementation of Uniform Academic Calendar, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education has said that it will not allow any 10th or 12th standard student to migrate from one affiliated institution to another without an inter-migration certificate issued by the board.

JKBOSE informed it in a notification regarding the schedule for inter-provincial migration from Kashmir division to Jammu for the Academic Session 2022-23.

“Pursuant to the promulgation of uniform academic calendar in the Union Territory of JK, it is notified for information and follow-up of all the concerned, that the eligible candidates pertaining to class 10th and 12th of recognized institutions or schools desirous to seek migration from Kashmir division to Jammu for the academic session 2022-23 in regular capacity shall be allowed to do so,” BOSE said.

In the general instructions regarding the eligibility for migration to JKBOSE has said, “No student shall be allowed to migrate from one affiliated Academic Institution to another without inter-migration having been sanctioned in his/her favour by the JKBOSE.”

“The Heads of the Institutions shall not issue the Transfer Certificate until the migration has been sanctioned in favour of a candidate by the JKBOSE,” it reads.

The board further said that no candidate seeking migration shall be admitted by any head of the institution even provisionally under any circumstance before his/her inter-migration is sanctioned by the JKBOSE. “Deviation, if any, will be treated as unauthorized admission and warrants action against the concerned.”

“Besides, above, the migration shall be governed by the guidelines as envisaged in notification issued by the Director Academics of JKBOSE,” it reads—(KNO)

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