JKBOSE Important Update Regarding 10th 11th 12th Annual Regular Exams

Srinagar, Dec 15: In response to recent claims about the alleged non-issuance of Examination Forms, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) has strongly refuted the accusations, labeling them as fabricated and baseless. An official spokesperson for JKBOSE clarified that the issue surrounding the facilitation of eligible candidates for public examinations is unfounded, emphasizing the board’s commitment to fairness and adherence to established norms.

According to the official, academic institutions affiliated with JKBOSE must comply with the prescribed norms and guidelines from both JKBOSE and the Government School Education Department. Non-compliance with mandated document submission by certain schools has led to the controversy, and the board is resolute in upholding the rights of students while ensuring that educational standards are maintained.


The board official underscored JKBOSE’s awareness of student interests and commitment to facilitating them. Ongoing processes are being implemented to benefit students from affected schools, taking into account legal adjudications related to land titles of schools.

JKBOSE refuted allegations of denying institutions’ rights to foster mandatory education and reiterated its dedication to safeguarding the academic interests of students. The ongoing facilitation process for affected schools has reportedly already yielded positive results, with assurances that more schools will be accommodated in due course.

Prof. (Dr.) Parikshat Singh Manhas, Chairman of JKBOSE, conveyed a strong commitment to ensuring that no student would miss their exams. He clarified that late fees would not be charged for any student, addressing concerns about financial barriers hindering students’ participation in exams. Regarding schools established on state land, Prof. Manhas emphasized the importance of adherence to norms and guidelines, noting that some schools have turned the registration process into a contentious matter.

JKBOSE 10th 11th 12th Exam Forms

Expressing regret over misleading information provided by certain politicians, Prof. Manhas asserted the board’s overarching assurance that every student can take their exams without hindrance. The controversy has raised uncertainties about the educational prospects of numerous students in Jammu and Kashmir, prompting a closer examination of JKBOSE’s actions in light of previous court orders and government directives.

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