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After BOSE, universities also announce exam schedule
10/22/2019 9:59:01 PM
Early Times Report
Srinagar, Oct 22: After Board of School Education (BOSE), universities have announced date sheets for different semesters in Kashmir valley, where life remained crippled due to strike against scrapping of Article 370.
Students continued to stay from their classes in the valley even after divisional authorities announced reopening of educational institutions.
Ignoring protest by students and their parents, who were demanding re-scheduling of examination and relaxation in syllabus, the BOSE announced Date-Sheet for class 10th and 12th from last week of this month.
The government had ordered closure of all educational institutions in Jammu and Kashmir after special status of the state was scrapped on August 5. However, in Jammu and Ladakh region, schools and colleges reopened after about fortnight.
Finally government ordered reopening of Primary and Middle schools in the valley followed by High and Higher Secondary Schools (HSS) in a phased manner. Later, colleges were also reopened by the government in the valley. However, students continued to stay away from their classes despite repeated appeals by the administration.
Parents expressing concern said how is it possible to send their children to educational institutions when there is no public transport, including State Road Transport Corporation (SRTC) buses.
Advisor to Governor Farooq Ahmad Khan, however, said that it was the responsibility of the government to reopen educational institution and ensure attendance of teaching and other staff. "Now parents have the responsibility to send their children to schools," he said, adding ultimately it is the student who had to suffer for not attending classes. He had ruled out any mass promotion and relaxation in syllabus.
The BOSE later announced date sheet for 10th and 12 examinations from October 29 and 30 respectively.
The BOSE has meanwhile directed heads of government and private HSSs of Kashmir division to submit the internal assessment practical awards of their candidates pertaining to class 12th session annual (regular) 2019 to their respective sub and branch offices of BOSE by or before November 9.
Though the students are not attending their classes, the Kashmir University (KU), Central University Kashmir (CUK) and Islamic University of Science and Technology (IUST), Awantipor have also announced schedule to different semester examinations in the valley.
The Government Degree College, Sumbal, in north Kashmir district of Bandipora has informed all 3rd and 6 semester regular students that the study material pertaining to their concerned subjects is available in the college for their convenience. The students are directed to collect the study material from their Heads of Departments at the earliest.
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