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Parents, students urge authorities to defer class 10th, 12thexams

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Srinagar , 11 Sep 2019

The decision by Jammu and Kashmir state board of school education to hold class 10 and class 12 exams on time is  facing flak as parents and students in unison are questioning government’s such “bizarre” move.Scores of parents and students told PTK that the government ahead of taking decision to hold exams on time this year should have assessed the situation first instead of taking such an important measure pertaining to th future of thousands of students.They added that when the situation continues to remain uncertain, chaotic and on the edge, how come the government is asking the students to submit exam forms.  “It’s not possible to motivate the students to submit exams form at this juncture. The government should defer the exams from till situation bring normal and take steps to create a congenial atmosphere for students to submit exam forms,” said Qaisar Bhat a student of 12th class.He added that how can a student take photos when all the shops are closed it’s not possible that all the students can submit exam form on time.One of the parent said, “Government is taking decisions without considering the ground reality. The government should defer the exams from and exams should be conduct after situation will be normal in Kashmir.”He added that asking students to submit exams is a routine issue but “now it has become a bone of contention between government and students. Government should reconsider its decision and not use it as a key to show normalcy in Kashmir.He further added that world knows what is happening in Kashmir so how can we allow our children to go school.However students have completed only 40 percent syllabus in schools which needs to be taken into consideration. Class work remained suspended in schools since 5 August 2019, when BJP led government scrapped article 370 and article 35A besides divided the State of Jammu and Kashmir into two union Territories (UT) one is Ladkah and Jammu and Kashmir.Authorities closed all the educational institutions as precautionary measure since August 05 this year when article 370 and 35A were scrapped, later authorities ordered to reopening of school upto high school level.However parents are not ready to send children to school, says current situation is not conducive as situation across the valley is for away from normal.Students from Srinagar, Kulgam, Anantnag, Pulwama and Shopian stayed away from their schools. Similar reports from Kupwara, Baramulla, Ganderbal, Bandipora, Sopore, Kupwara and Budgam. (PTK)

 

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