BOSE DENIES ADMISSION TO CBSE STUDENTS
AFFECTED STUDENTS UP IN ARMS
Srinagar, Oct 2: The State Board of School Education is allegedly denying admission to scores of students in the Valley who passed their matriculation under the Central Board of School Education’s new examination pattern.
The directive of the BOSE has evoked strong resentment among the affected students who accuse it of trying to spoil their career. “The students who have passed their Secondary School Examination (Class 10th) through under Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation Scheme (School Based Exam) of CBSE are not eligible to seek admission from this board,” reads an order no. (F (Acad-C) B/adm/CBSE/11) issued by the BOSE.
According to the order, provisional admission of students will be regularized only if they opted for board based system under the Central Board. “The Board issued the order late and didn’t inform the concerned schools about their decision”, a group of parents alleged.
They said the school authorities accorded provisional admission to their wards in class 11th and they even appeared for the half yearly examination in July 2011. “But later they were denied regularization by Board. The Board didn’t allow even those who passed their exam under Board based Evaluation System under the modified pattern,” the parents alleged. However, they said, the Board was reluctant to regularize their admission.
“The course of action adopted by the Board is arbitrary and unjust in nature”, a group of students alleged. “It is a stumbling block in our academic career as we would lose a precious year.”
When contacted, the Director (academic) JK BOSE Malik Ghulam Hassan said the Board barred only those who opted for School based System. “If any body has any objection they should bring it to my notice”, he said
Replying whether there is some provision for the students, who passed their 10th under School based system, he said: “They are not eligible in our system of examination. If they want to continue their studies in our system they have to appear in the secondary board exam again under JK BOSE.”
The CCE scheme and Grading System was introduced by Central Board of Secondary Education at Secondary Stage in all schools affiliated to it from the academic session 2009-2010.
As per the CBSE website, the reform has different categories of assessments in Scholastic as well as Co-Scholastic areas: School Based Internal Assessment and Board Based Exam. “There is SA2 category in schools affiliated upto Senior Secondary (12th) for those who wish to move out of the CBSE System after Class X”, the website states.
“The exam shall be conducted as per past practices by the Board. Question papers, marking scheme and evaluation are under the Board.” For full details about the new scheme is available on CBSE website www.cbse.nic.in
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