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Class 12th students receive class 11th question papers in Physical Education
BOSE's casual approach
3/20/2024 10:40:53 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 20: The casual approach adopted by the authorities of Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) not only mentally harassed thousands of students but also incurred huge losses to the state exchequer.
Students of Class 12th who appeared for the Physical Education exam were shocked when question papers from Class 11th were circulated among them.
On the cover of the Physical Education question papers, it was clearly mentioned that the question papers were for Class 12th but instead of the envelopes, there were questions for Class 11th of Physical Education.
Reports said that before reading the question papers all students had already written their names and roll numbers on the answer sheets.
Thousands of answer sheets were also wasted due to the misdeeds of some staff members of the BOSE who usually adopt a casual approach in conducting exams and declaring results.
Notably, atleast 165 students, who were declared failed to qualify all subjects of 12th standard in June 2023 were re-declared as distinction holders in the amended annua
The casual approach of JKBOSE not only mentally harassed thousands of students but also incurred huge losses to the state exchequer.
Students were shocked when question papers from Class 11th were circulated among them.
Thousands of answer sheets were also wasted due to the misdeeds of some BOSE staff members.
regular results.
BOSE issued the amendment and revised notification of those students who were declared failed due to the ‘lackadaisical approach of either from their parental school or the BOSE’.
Meanwhile, Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) strongly condemns the grievous error committed by the BOSE, wherein Class 12th students received question papers intended for Class 11th, causing distress and anxiety among thousands of students.
When students raised objections during the examination it leads to the postponement of the Physical Education paper for Class 12 students, originally scheduled for today.
ABVP urges the Board to ensure such lapses are not repeated in the future. Beyond the immediate inconvenience caused to students, there are broader implications for the credibility of the education
the system, the institutions, and administrators concerned with the education sector in Jammu and Kashmir.
Instances of administrative lapses like these not only disrupt the academic calendar but also shed a clear light on the sorry state of affairs of the education system.
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