With 95% attendance, the annual class 10 exams start in Kashmir



With 95% attendance, the annual class 10 exams start in Kashmir

Joint Examination Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir School Education Board (BOSE) Lal Hussain told Rising Kashmir that out of a total of 74,385 students are registered to take the exam.

Posted on November 21, 2021 | Author Riyaz Bhat

Srinagar, November 20: With over 95% of students showing up for a social science article, the class’s 10th annual exams began on Saturday in Kashmir Division in strict adherence to standard operating procedures (SOPs) COVID-19.

Joint Examination Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir School Education Board (BOSE) Lal Hussain told Rising Kashmir that out of a total of 74,385 students are registered to take the exam.

He said BOSE has designated 384 exam centers in the Kashmir Division, excluding Kargil, in which more than 95 percent of enrolled students took the exam.

The official further informed that the examination had proceeded smoothly with almost full participation. In addition, the COVID-19 SOPs were strictly followed by the supervisory staff with the cooperation of the management of the school where the examination centers were installed, the official added.

The JKBOSE had announced a thirty percent schedule relaxation for regular annual reviews from the 10th to the 12th standard due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In August, BOSE said that due to the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic, students are taking the 2020-21 regular annual exams for classes 10, 11 and 12 of the Kashmir Division, the winter area of ​​Jammu Division and Union Territory. (UT) Ladakh and the 2021-22 Regular Annual Exam in the summer areas of Jammu Division will only have to attempt 70 percent of the quiz scores, which will be treated as 100 percent.

However, the question papers will be drawn from the entire prescribed syllabus for the session, but students will be required to try questions with a 70 percent weight instead of trying all the questions.

BOSE said that the marks obtained by students who attempt less than 70 percent of the test should be increased proportionally while for subjects without a practical course, the test should be 100 points and the student should try questions with a total of 70. Marks.

“For those subjects which have both theoretical and practical elements, the concession will apply only to the theoretical part and in this regard, the time allotted for attempting the questions during the exam has been reduced proportionally,” BOSE said. .

The three-hour tests will only have 2.30 hours, subjects of 2.30 hours and 2.00 hours will only have 2.10 hours and 1.40 hours to answer the questions. questions during the exam.


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