BOPEE declares B Ed results in 24 hrs
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Srinagar, Mar 8: The Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) has conducted B.ED exams on time, its officials said on Monday
“Usually, the examination was conducted during April-May. But this was the first time it has been conducted in March as it was scheduled,” a BOPEE spokesman added.
The exam was held on March 7 and the result was declared within 24 hours on March 8.
This time, the number of seats has also been raised to 300 from 150 and the number of candidates appeared in the CET were 863.
“The speedy result was only possible due to the extensive use of information technology and through the introduction of various techniques adopted by board under the chairmanship of Prof. Mushtaq Ahmad Pir,” he added.
The board examination caters to the Kashmir valley as well as the Leh and Kargil division.
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Lastupdate on : Mon, 8 Mar 2010 18:30:00 GMT
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