Official ‘negligence’ imperils students’ career
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Jan 25: Scores of class 12th regular students awaiting results are facing threat to their career due to alleged negligence by the authorities concerned.
Sources told Greater Kashmir that Board of School Education had nominated many private schools for conducting practical (external) examination for different subjects.
Despite students having appeared in the examination for different subjects including Environmental Sciences at many schools in North Kashmir’s Kupwara district, their award list was not submitted with the authorities at BOSE.
The authorities are now refusing to entertain the awards with the ‘excuse’ that last date for submission of awards was January 20 and they have completed the process.
“Career of dozens of students is now hanging in balance for none of their fault,” sources said.
They said when the issue came to fore, the Board authorities took it up with Education department at Kupwara. “However, the Board had written to its Kupwara sub-office only on January 23,” sources said.
Acting on it authorities concerned from the schools had gone to collect the award with the Board. However they were not entertained.
Students as well as their parents are furious against authorities concerned for the negligence. “What is our fault? Why do not they (BOSE) understand that we will loss one precious year if our awards are not entertained,” said a student.
Secretary Secrecy, BOSE told Greater Kashmir that the award lists will be accepted by them. “There is no point not to accept them. Authorities concerned at the Board will contact the Principal Kupwara Higher Secondary in this regard. Students can also approach the office of Joint Secretary, Secrecy in this regard,” the secretary said.
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