Srinagar: The results of class 10th and 12th annual examination will not be declared before March, an official at JK Board of School Education (BOSE) said on Monday.
Chairperson JKBOSE Veena Pandita said the evaluation of answer scripts was started few days ago and the process will take over two months to complete.
This year it won’t be possible to have all the evaluators in one hall due to covid19 SoPs, she said, adding that since they call evaluators in groups it will take time to complete the process.
“There will be a gap of almost 15 days in the announcement of results of class 10th and 12th students,” she said.
The examination of class 10th and 12th students was held from second week of November in Valley as well in winter zones of Jammu division.
As per the official figures, around 106465 students including 74465 from Valley and 32000 from Jammu winter zones had registered for class 10th exams. Also, 73569 students including 58514 from Valley and 15055 from winter zones of Jammu had registered for class 12th exams.
Pandita said the practical exams of class 10th and 12th were not conducted in all schools.
Chairperson JK Board advised the parents and students not to believe in rumours and fake news spread on social media about declaration of results.
“There is no possibility of declaring the result in January or February. The students will be informed officially about the announcement of results at the right time,” she said. (GK)