Early Times Report
Jammu, May 20: Even when the re-evaluation process has been reformed at university level, the JK Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is sticking to an obsolete process which, according to experts, is 'good for no one'. According to the re-evaluation process adopted at JKBOSE, the aggregate marks obtained by a student is divided by three, which academic experts termed only wastage of resources.
On the other hand, the administration of Jammu University has adopted new method for re-evaluation which means of nearest of two only. "In the JU, the administration used to evaluate the re-evaluation copy by three different evaluators and after that the copy is marked with nearest of two marks dived by two", said a source in the JU. But the authorities in JKBOSE used to evaluate the re-evaluation copy by three evaluators and later divide it by three.
If sources are to be believed the authorities in JKBOSE earlier used to practise the best of three method, but for last couple of years, the JKBOSE has adopted new method for the re-evaluation which is 'good for nothing' and is harming the career of students.
"Students applying for re-evaluation are suffering a lot from this division method", said a source, adding that there is no one in the JKBOSE to take care of the sufferings of the students.