Jammu & Kashmir government has announced to conduct 10th, 12th and college examinations from the last week of this month. It has asked the JK State Board of School education, College & University authorities to ensure the conduct of all ensuing secondary, 12th and University examinations before the onset of winters in Kashmir region. The directions issued during separate review meetings held under the chairmanship of Advisors to Governor Khursheed Ahmad Ganai and Farooq Khan.
These meetings were attended by Vice Chancellor of University of Kashmir, Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Commissioner Secretary School Education, Chairman J&K State Board of school Education, Secretary Higher Education Department and other senior officers of school & College Education.
The Advisor Ganai instructed all College Principals to ensure providing of study material for the uncovered portion of syllabus to the students by 15th of October so as to enable them prepare for the forthcoming examinations.
The pending papers of the semester-IV 2017 Batch students as well as Semester 1st (2019 batch students) will also be conducted from the last week of this month.
The Advisor also directed that the work on the practicals of the various Science Subjects should be prioritized and completed well before the commencement of theory examinations.
The meeting also underlined the need of ensuring all facilitation to the students to enable them towards completing their courses within the stipulated academic calendars.
The need of facilities including transport and utilization of internet facility at IT kiosks at offices of concerned deputy commissioners, was also stressed to enable them for a time bound completion of their degrees.
It was also informed that all the PG exams of the Cluster University Srinagar shall be conducted in the first week of November this year while as study material to all the under graduate students of the University shall be issued through the Principals of the respective constituent colleges from 15th of this month.
Advisor Farooq Khan directed the J&K Board of School Education (JKBOSE) Chairman to work out a detailed schedule for the smooth conduct of board examinations. He emphasised the need for proper coordination between the JKBOSE authorities, police and civil administration to ensure the hassle-free examinations (AIR)