Students in the 12th grade protest the disparity in outcomes
Students in the 12th grade protest the disparity in outcomes

A group of class 12th students from Kakapora, Pulwama, demonstrated Saturday in Srinagar’s press enclave over the purported disparity in the results issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE).

A group of protesting students claimed that dozens of pupils from Government Higher Secondary School Kakapora were reported absent for chemistry practical papers and then marked’reappear.’


“We got good grades in the theory paper, but because of the practical discrepancy, the entire subject is shown as’reappear,’ which has left us mentally disturbed,” they said.
The pupils who were protesting also said that they had discussed the problem with their concerned school officials. “They informed us that they had submitted our awards and that they had also spoken to board officials.”

According to the students who are protesting, administrators have indicated that it was a technological malfunction and not the fault of the pupils.

Despite this, we are subjected to a great deal of humiliation,” they said.

“We now request that the BOSE authorities correct the error as soon as possible so that our results are updated,” the students added.

They also said that around 30 children from Kakapora High School, as well as two other students from the same area, are dealing with same concerns.

Meanwhile, BOSE authorities did not return the reporter’s calls.



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