Several students protest against JKBOSE over discrepancies in results
Rehan Qayoom Mir
Srinagar, Jun 10 (KNO): A group of class 12th students from Kakapora, Pulwama Saturday held a demonstration here in press enclave Srinagar against the alleged discrepancy in results announced by Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE).
A group of protesting students while talking to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) said that scores of students of Government Higher Secondary School Kakapora have been marked absent for practical paper of chemistry subject and subsequently marked as ‘reappear.’
“We have scored good marks in the theory paper, and due to the practical discrepancy, the entire subject is shown as ‘reappear,’ which has left us mentally disturbed,” they said,
The protesting students further said that they had met their concerned school authorities about the issue. “They informed us that they had submitted our awards and had also spoken to the board officials.”
According to the protesting students, the officials have stated that it was a technical glitch and not the fault of students.
Despite this, we are facing a lot of humiliation,” they said.
“Now, we request the BOSE authorities to rectify the mistake at earliest so that our results be are updated,” the students said.
They also said that almost 30 students from the Kakapora higher secondary along with two other students from the same village, are facing these issues.
Meanwhile, BOSE officials didn’t respond to the calls from the reporter—(KNO)
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