JKBOSE postpones Jammu Division class 12 exams
The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has postponed the class 12 Jammu division examinations scheduled to be held on February 23 and 26. The board has released a notification where they have stated that the new dates for these exams will be released later. However, rest of the JKBOSE Class 12 papers from March 1, 2019, will be held as per the date sheet already notified.
"It is hereby notified for information of all the concerned that examination pertaining to Higher Secondary Part-II (Class-12th) Regular Annual Session 2019 (Summer Zone) Jammu Division, scheduled to be held on 23-02-2019 and 26-02-2019 has been postponed," said the notification.
"The fresh dates for holding the examination of postponed papers shall be notified separately," it said. "However, rest of the papers w.e.f 01-3-2019, shall be held as per the date sheet already notified," the JKBOSE notification added.
About Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE)
The Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education, renowned as the JKBOSE is actually a governmental body that is responsible for the development as well as maintenance of Jammu and Kashmir school education. Under the state government administration, this governmental body acts as the autonomous body of education. Apart from this, the JKBOSE also looks after the quality of the education which is provided to the student at a school level through 10,609 affiliated schools in the state.
Besides from the responsibility of giving the quality education, the board also promotes the equality of opportunity by providing the essential facilities. At the same time, the Jammu and Kashmir State Board also conducts annual 10th and 12th Class Exams every year. The main objective of JKBOSE is to shape up the strong basis of higher education for students of Jammu and Kashmir.
There are number of government as well as private schools in the state which are affiliated with the JKBOSE. They try to provide all the education-related facilities to the students, who are learning under the Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education.