BOSE asks student to wait for a month
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Srinagar, Mar 26: The State Board of School Education is yet to rectify the result of a Class 12 pass-out who recently questioned the result on the grounds that she was the actual topper.
BOSE sources said a committee has been formed to look into the result of Zoya Sehar, a student of Mallinson Girls Higher Secondary School here.
Zoya (Roll no: 860244) has been going to the BOSE office continuously for the past many days, but asked to wait for a month to see her result rectified, despite the BOSE officials admitting that there was a “computer error.”
This, according to sources, is because the BOSE is “under tremendous pressure from various quarters to delay the rectification process till the issue dies down.”
“The officials have to just issue a notification about the rectified result. Why should it take one month? They just want the issue to die down so that people don’t raise a question on the entire result,” said the sources. “Or they don’t want to rectify the result. This is causing tremendous inconvenience to the student.”
Zoya is actually scoring 732 out of 750 in the wake of mistakes in her Biology paper, wherein less marks have been awarded to her.
“The BOSE should rectify the result immediately so that we heave a sigh or relief,” Zoya’s father, Muhammad Ashraf Khan told Greater Kashmir over phone from Saudi Arabia. “We expect speedy justice from BOSE rather than dilly-dallying tactics.”
When contacted, the Joint Secretary (Secrecy) BOSE, Noor Muhammad said they have formed a committee to look into the issue. “I am in Jammu in connection with the case,” he said.
Asked why there was delay in rectifying the result, he said: “The BOSE secretary has formed the committee. We take the instructions from the higher-ups.”
The BOSE Secretary, Dr Sheikh Bashir Ahmad, said they are at it. “We will do justice if any injustice has been done to the student. We have already constituted an expert committee to look into the issue. The case is being taken up on priority. We have convened the computing agency as well,” he said.
Dr Bashir said he would get the report from the committee within a day or two. “It won’t take a month,” he said.
Lastupdate on : Sat, 26 Mar 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Sat, 26 Mar 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sun, 27 Mar 2011 00:00:00 IST
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