Abid Naseer Malla, was awarded re-appear with 22 marks in English subject
The Jammu and Kashmir Board of Secondary Education (JKBOSE) is under scanner after it declared one of its student as disqualified in its recently announced result of the 12th bi-annual exam. Abid Naseer Malla, was awarded re-appear with 22 marks in English subject while he had cleared rest of the subjects with good marks.
According to report in a local daily, Greater Kashmir, Abid said his disqualification came as a shocker to his family. “This came as a shock for the whole family when I saw good marks in all subjects and re-appear in English,” GK quoted Adil as saying.
Adil applied for a photocopy of his answer script, a few days later. He was shocked to see five of his questions were left unchecked by the evaluator.
While the board result was yet to be declared, JKBOPEE announced its result for J&K Common Entrance Test (JKCET). Adil qualified for B.Tech admission and was allotted a seat in electrical engineering stream of government college of engineering and technology at Ganderbal, according to Greater Kashmir.
Now the JKBOPEE have questioned his selection after Adil failed to produce qualification certificate of his class 12th exams.
Joint Secretary in secrecy department of JKBOSE, Arif Ahmad Akhoon told the daily that in case the questions have not been evaluated or if there is an error in counting of marks then the board won’t wait for the completion of re-evaluation process. Such grievances are addressed instantly.”
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.