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BOSE to conduct annual exams in April for 444 hard zone schools in J&K

Post by Riyaz Bhat on Tuesday, September 27, 2022

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Srinagar, Sep 26: The Board of School Education (BOSE) has identified 444 hard zone schools in the both divisions of Jammu and Kashmir for which annual regular examinations will be held in the month of April instead of March.
Besides, the Board has also declared the whole Leh district of Union Territory of Ladakh as a hard zone and has accordingly directed to conduct the exams in the Month of April.
Director Academics, BOSE in a notification has said that in supersession of all previous orders issued in this behalf and pursuant to the government orders, it has decided that the Uniform Academic Calendar has been adopted in the Union territory of JK from current academic session and the various public examinations held by the JKBOSE shall now be conducted uniformly across the Union territory of JK and Union territory of Ladakh, as per the schedule.
“Annual Regular Examinations held by the JKBOSE of classes 10th, 11th and 12th shall be held in the month of March in botha the divisions of Jammu and Kashmir and UT of Ladakh excluding hard zones or areas,” BOSE said.
It also said that the annual regular examination of hard zones or such areas of Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh shall be held in the month of April.
“Result of annual regular examination of Kashmir Division and Jammu division and Union territory of Ladakh including hard zones shall be declared simultaneously in the month of June,” director academics said.
The board also said that the annual private and bi-annual examination in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh shall be held in the month of August and its result shall be declared in the month of October.
“The revised academic calendar for the current academic session depicting schedule of the activities of JKBOSE like tentative date for submission of examination, forms, conduct of examination, declaration of results etc has also been fixed,” reads the notification.
Pertinently, the government has decided to shift all annual regular board exams from October-November to March session except for the identified 444 hard zones for which it has decided to conduct the exams in April.



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