Peerzada asks supervisory staff to remain vigilant
CLASS 10TH EXAMINATION
DIRECTS SHIFTING OF CENTRE AT BARZULLA
Srinagar, Oct 17: Minister for Education, Peerzada Muhammad Sayeed today asked the supervisory staff to remain vigilant and conduct the class 10th examinations in a fair and transparent manner.
Peerzada also asked the officers to shift the examination centre from Islamic Model School Girls Wing, Barzulla because of inadequate furniture.
The Education Minister accompanied by J&K Board of School Education (BOSE) chairman, Dr. Sheikh Bashir Ahmad visited 12 examination centres of class 10th going on in Kashmir division.
He also directed BOSE to issue show cause notice to the institution for not making up deficiencies.
The Minister interacted with the students, staff and parents who expressed their satisfaction regarding the conduct of the examination and adequate facilities made there for.
During inspection at Government Girls High School, Hyderpora and Government Middle School, Hyderpora, Peerzada took serious note of the poor performance and mismanagement of these institutions and directed the concerned for taking immediate disciplinary action against the staff. He also directed the head of the institution to ensure desk table for the students so that the students appearing in the examination do not face any inconvenience.
Peerzada directed the BOSE officers and field functionaries to work with dedication and make all out efforts to conduct the ongoing examination in a befitting manner.
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