Matric students allege delay
Question paper distribution
Srinagar, Oct 14: The students appearing in matriculation examination through centre number 256 (MET Barzulla) on Friday alleged that they were given question papers 30 minutes late on Thursday.
A group of students told Greater Kashmir that Board of School Education had notified the timings, viz, 15 minutes for question paper reading and three hours for answering them.
“As per the rules, question paper was to be distributed by the superintendent at 10:00 am, but to our dismay, the superintendent arrived at 10: 30 am in the centre, half hour late. Then he handed question papers along with answer scripts,” they said. They added that question papers were snatched from them at 1 pm, which otherwise could have been taken at 1:45 pm to compensate the loss.”
“We appeal to the BOSE that superintendent should be penalized and we should be provided a chance for re-examination to save our career,” they said.
Meanwhile, similar complaints also poured in from other examination centres.
The students who appeared at Ramzan Memorial Institute Soura said they were given question paper 30 minutes late.
“BOSE should compensate us for this wastage of time,” the students said.
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