Ninety eight percent students of class 10 and class 12 have collected their admit cards to appear in examinations commencing from November 14. Official records accessed by KNS revealed that most of the students collected admit cards soon after the government announced relaxation of syllabus for those who wish to appear in November.
On November 4, in a breather for students, J&K government decided to hold separate exam for class 10 and 12 students in March next year if they fail to appear in already scheduled exams in November. The students who choose to appear in March, however, won't be given any relaxation in syllabus. They have to attempt 100 percent of the question paper.
The official data reveals that all candidates from districts Budgam and Kulgam have collected their admit cards.
About 99 % candidates collected their admit cards in districts Bandipora and Anantnag while the percentage in Shopian and Ganderbal is 98.In Baramulla, Kupwara and Srinagar, 97 percent students have collected their admit cards.
"Students have preferred to appear in November exams as they have relaxation of 50 percent syllabus. There is still one day and we expect remaining students also to collect admit cards," a BOSE official said. KNS