GK NEWS NETWORK
EVEN as hefty amount is spent on the maintenance of the JKBOSE’s website, it developed snag just at the time of declaration of results causing acute inconvenience to public in general and the students in particular.
The board uploaded the results on its, www.JKBOSE.co.in, since morning but it didn’t prove fruitful for students as they had to wait for minimum 20 minutes for the website to generate the result of a single roll number. The students, however, said the website became completely defunct after some two hours of irksome functioning.
“I fed in a roll number into the website but every time I clicked on the search button it was showing the page isn’t available. Same continued for around half an hour before it generated the results,” said a student Arif Mir.
People said the website proved of no help and they had to search for gazettes to check the results. “Today they proved they are not worth the e-technology. We could have sit back and checked out the results on internet but the board failed us. We had to run on roads in order to check out the results,” said Mohsin Ali a student.
Students, however, breathed a sigh of relief when the results were uploaded on a website, www. indairesults.com, operated from Delhi.
“It is scar on the face of board that the website operated from Delhi is more useful for us than the locally operated one. Every year JKBOSE generates huge revenue from students on the name of examination fees but unfortunately they are failing to maintain it,” said Irshad Shah while coming out of a cyber cafe disappointed.
The disappointment was more because it is only at the time of examinations that the website is receives maximum clicks.
Chairman JKBOSE, Professor Desh Bandu Gupta, termed it as a “technical fault” “And we can’t do anything about it.”
Asked about the inconvenience caused to students, he said: “There wasn’t any inconvenience. We declared results four days before the scheduled date and if there is some technical problem it is no inconvenience.”
He said the website stopped working for two hours due to around five thousand clicks at a time. “It was jot able to withstand the heavy traffic. We had asked students to register on the website but there was a poor response to it which resulted overloading of the website.”
Lastupdate on : Wed, 20 Jan 2010 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Wed, 20 Jan 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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