BOPEE declares B Ed result in 3 hours
Srinagar , Mar 21: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Professional Entrance Examination Monday declared the results of B.Ed entrance examinations in record three hours time.
A BOPEE statement said that results of entrance examination of B.Ed course which was conducted Sunday was declared today
It said that BOPEE has only improved its own record, but has set up a new benchmark for itself.
“This has been achieved by adoption and extensive use of IT in evaluation under the direct supervision of chairman Prof M A Peer,” the statement added.
The examination for B.Ed examination Kashmir division was held on March 20 and the results were put on BOPEE official website at 4 pm on March 21 and also released for publication in the print media, said BOPPE official.
The statement also referred to the contribution of controller of examinations Prof Gopal Gupta in making it possible for BOPEE to declare result in record time.
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