The government informed that the next regular annual examinations for classes 10, 11 and 12 in Kashmir Division and Jammu Division Winter Zone will be conducted through offline mode, following standard operating procedures. (SOP) and other guidelines in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic.
This information was released in a joint meeting of the JK School Education Board (JKBOSE) and officials of the Department of School Education, chaired by the Chief Secretary of the School Education and Skill Development Department, Dr. Asghar Hasan Samun did it.
According to an official brochure. The purpose of the meeting was to finalie subjects related to the conduct of annual regular examinations for the 10th, 11th and 12th classes in Kashmir Division and Winter Zone areas of Jammu Division, besides, conduct of examinations Class 10 in Kashmir Division and 12 annual / biennial (private) pending 2019-2020 and winter zone areas of Jammu division were also discussed.
With regard to the upcoming regular annual examinations, it was decided, “The regular examinations for classes 10, 11 and 12 will be conducted through offline mode as before, certainly with SOP and other guidelines issued by the government after. The root of the COVID-19 epidemic.
“JKBOSE Secretary Prof. Veena Pandita, who attended the meeting through videoconferencing, informed the meeting that the number of examination centers required to conduct the examination will be increased to accommodate. Fewer applicants at each center are social disturbances. To ensure the maintenance of and avoid overcrowding.
The Chief Secretary directed the School Education Directors of Kashmir and Jammu to provide all the logistical support to the necessary BOSE in this regard, such as adequate housing and lecturers in government and private institutions, Services of teachers and teachers who will be deployed to conduct these exams.
The meeting also resolved that the JKBOSE gave the administrative department in connection with the pending annual / biennial (private) exams of class 10th and 12th in Kashmir department. The proposal and the wintering area of Jammu Division have been examined and considered sustainable, viz. Accepted in principle. As a result, JKBOSE will take necessary measures in this regard and know all interested candidates and other interested parties.
Will issue the required notification for release. Secretary JKBOSE Riaz Ahmed, Kashmir School Education Director Mohammad Younis Malik, and other interested officials were present at the meeting. Earlier, Drs. Samoon made a surprise visit to the office of the JK Bemina Srinagar School Education Board and took a detailed report on its functioning and functioning.
During surprise inspections, the Chief Secretary visited some blocks and interacted with various sections and units of the office as well as employees and asked them about their operations. Secretary JKBOSE, Director of School Education of Kashmir and other senior officials of JKBOSE accompanied him during the visit.