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No secrecy at secrecy-wing of BOSE
Easy to trace answer scripts, know results in advance
5/20/2019 11:12:02 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 20: There is no secrecy at the Secrecy-wing of Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE), where one can easily trace the answer scripts of the students as well as knowing results of students in advance, raising finger over its functioning.
Sources informed Early Times that everything is in public domain regarding the secrecy wing of the BOSE. "Who are the teachers who have been engaged for evaluation of the answer scripts, what are the series of the answer scripts of particular schools and where are the scripts of particular students? It can be easily found", sources said, adding that when the answer scripts could be found it was easy to get the results manipulated.
Sources further alleged that the Board has adopted such as casual approach that even for the evaluation of the Class 12th exams, no special teachers were engaged. "Some of the teachers, who are deputed in peripheral or hilly areas of the districts, get themselves engaged in the BOSE for evaluation of the answer scripts. They prefer to stay in Jammu and get themselves attached to BOSE office for checking", sources said, adding that even at times, a teacher of Hindi or English was evaluating the answer scripts of Mathematics.
"When a Hindi teacher get answer scripts of maths to evaluate, he/she takes help of 'guides', and give marks as per the steps mentioned in the 'guides'," sources alleged, adding that similarly some of the owners of the private schools were aware of the results in advance.
Sources further said that some of the students, even whose friends were aware that they would not qualify the exams but finally got good marks, even above 70 percent, which pointed towards something fishy in entire process.
"Usually there is difference of few marks in positions and even positions can be managed due to porous secrecy in the Board", sources alleged, adding that the Governor administration must intervene in the matter and put the things in order to save the sanctity of the BOSE, whose functioning has been hijacked by some overstaying officials.
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