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Chalk out policy to address admission problems faced by CBSE, NCERT students in J&K: Bukhari to Govt




SRINAGAR: Apni Party President Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari on Tuesday demanded that the education department must address the pressing issue of the students who have recently succeeded in the CBSE 10th standard examinations and are reportedly being denied admissions in various higher secondary schools teaching NCERT syllabus.

In a statement issued to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), Bukhari said that the difference in the completion of sessions of the two central boards should not become an impediment for the students who aspire to opt for NCERT or CBSE by getting admissions in the government or private academic institutions across Jammu and Kashmir.

“The education department must address the grievances of such students who have to face immense inconvenience in getting admissions in their convenient institutions,” he said.

Bukhari said that it is the administration that should come up with a workable policy so that these students are accommodated in the same fashions as those who have passed from NCERT schools and vice versa.

“It is the responsibility of the Educational department to resolve this issue at an earliest and ensure that the precious time of our students is not lost to the imperviousness and administrative loopholes,” he said.

Apni Party President said that the students across Jammu and Kashmir should be facilitated to pursue their studies without involving them in any kind of unwanted procedural wrangling.

“We have already suffered huge academic loss during the last over three decades of turmoil and the administration should now wake up from its deep slumber and chalk out a permanent solution to this pressing problem,” he added—(KNO)

 

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