BOSE still evaluating answer sheets
Srinagar, Jan 25: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Monday said there was yet enough time to declare the annual regular results of 10th and 12th standard.
BOSE also said that they were still evaluating the answer sheets of these classes.
BOSE chairman, Veena Pandita informed the news agency that “There is a time to go. We are still in the process of evaluation.”
Earlier, Pandita had said that the results of both classes would not be declared before March.
Meanwhile on Friday, BOSE decided not to conduct examination of left over papers and external theory practical of 11th standard of Kashmir division and Warwan, Kishtwar district following the postponement of two papers scheduled on January-03 and 6 respectively.
Earlier, on January-22, the Jammu and Kashmir government ordered re-opening of all government and private schools in Jammu and Kashmir in a staggered manner for physical academic activities.
In Jammu, the government ordered that schools shall reopen from February-8 and in Kashmir division, the schools shall resume the physical academic activities from the scheduled date that is on March-1-2021.
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