JKBOSE 10th Class Result 2023, Students Promoted To 11th Class
JKBOSE 10th Class Result 2023: The Jammu and Kashmir government has made a decision to provisionally promote students who completed their 10th-grade exams to the next class in order to prevent any loss of academic progress. This decision was made following the conclusion of the Class X exams on Wednesday, in which over 63,500 students participated in the soft zones of Kashmir.
This year, the board exams were held in March for the first time, as the government shifted the academic session to March in accordance with the National Education Policy (NEP) that was implemented last year in August.
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Alok Kumar, Principal Secretary of Education, stated that the government has always provided provisional admission to students, and this time too, it will be done. Until the results are announced, students will be promoted to the next class.
According to the ‘Uniform Academic Calendar,’ students who appear for the Class 10 and 11 exams will be provisionally admitted to Class 11th and 12th, respectively, after the Board exams are completed.
In the case of a student being declared unsuccessful, they will still be allowed to continue their studies in Class 11th and 12th until the results of the Biannual/Annual Private exams are announced. However, if they fail to pass the Bi-annual exam, their provisional admission will be canceled.
This year, there were 630 examination centers established for Class X students throughout the Kashmir division, and almost 63,543 students were registered to take the exam in the soft zones of the valley.
Officials say that the March session has helped to resolve many academic issues for the students. In the past, students who had to seek admission elsewhere often encountered migration problems, but this time, students can enroll in any school without any issues.
The government is planning to conduct exams for the hard zones, which are snowbound and inaccessible areas. Due to the difficulty of accessing these areas during March, the government has decided to hold their exams separately. Students in these areas will also receive provisional admission and be promoted to the next class.