The 10th class bi-annual examination is scheduled to start in the winter zone on Tuesday. When the 12th class exams are scheduled to end on September 22, the matriculation exams for private students will end one day earlier.
The snow-covered region of Kashmir and parts of Jammu fall in the winter zone, while the rest of Jammu province falls in the summer zone.
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“For the first time in two years after the coronavirus outbreak, to ensure the safety of students participating in board exams, authorities have decided to take RAT on all students and inspectors before allowing them to enter the exam hall,” Rana Arif, an officer at Nodal Covid Control Room, told PTI.
Arif said a total of 126 students, including 52 girls from various centers set up in government girls ‘high schools and boys’ high schools, appeared in the first study on education and their RAT reports came back negative.
He said a total of 2,24 private students across Doda district are taking part in the Class XII examinations. Of these, 1,138 additional districts are listed in Bhadarwa.
Similarly, 1,190 private students are taking part in the bi-annual examinations of Class X and 417 of them are in Bhadarwah, he said, adding that 96 examination centers have been set up in the district to conduct examinations smoothly with a focus on social distance and covid appropriate behavior.
An outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic last year forced all schools across JK to suspend physical classes and exams. However, reading and testing continued through virtual mode.
As a result of aggressive vaccination campaigns and strict implementation of all SOPs, which led to widespread epidemics, the administration allowed JKBOSE to conduct bi-annual examinations for tenth and twelfth grade students.
Nodal Officer (Examinations) Arif Halim Khatib said the additional district administration has decided to ensure the proper conduct of Kovid in case of examinations for the safety of Bhadarwah students as well as RAT on all students.
“All the students cooperated for the required RAT and gladly volunteered themselves. We are happy to inform you that all the students failed the RAT and took the test in a safe environment without any fear of stress or infection.” Said.
The students have expressed their happiness for conducting the offline exam in spite of taking all the necessary steps.
We are feeling great after returning to our school to physically attend the exams. We missed our school environment terribly and are grateful to the authorities for coming back to our institute. “PTI tax cards AB AQS AQS
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