Make it 100%

November 14, 2016 0 Comments EDITORIAL 157 Views
Make it 100%
 The government men and machinery must be applauded for conducting a timely examinations or the 12 standard in crisis-hit Kashmir. Amid tight security thousands of students finally appeared for the annual board examinations across Kashmir while at different places unknown persons targeted examinations centres forcing authorities to relocation those for the safety of the students. In order to conduct the examinations smoothly, except staff and police personnel everyone was barred to enter into the examination centres. As 95 per cent attendance recorded in the incident free examination of class 12 on the day one across Kashmir, the Director General Police (Law & Order) Dr S.P Vaid confirmed that the incident free examinations were reported from all over the valley and congratulate the people for their cooperation in the conduct of examinations all over the valley. According 484 centres have been set up for about 32000 students appearing in class 12 examination across Kashmir division. According to the authorities in Jammu and Kashmir State Board of School Education (JKBOSE), almost 95% students appeared in the examination today. Giving details, the BOSE authorities said that in Srinagar out of 5741 students 5417 (96%) appeared in the examination today. Similarly, in Ganderbal out of 1259 students 1175 (94%) appeared, in Budgam out of 3484 students 3309 (98%) appeared, in Anantnag out of 4929 students 4740 (98%) appeared, in Kulgam out of 1483 students 1379 (93%) appeared, in Pulwama out of 2646 students 2506 (95%) appeared, in Shopian out of 1674 students 1568 (94%) appeared, in Bandipora out of 1404 students 1303 (94%) appeared, in Baramulla out of 4912 students 4603 (94%) appeared and in Kupwara out of 4322 students 4024 (96%) appeared. Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has warned that her government won’t spare those responsible for burning the schools. The under stress chief minster even went on to say that her government has arrested some miscreants and she hopes that this would make a redeeming difference to the situation Similarly, High Court has directed the government to seek the help of people to safeguard the schools. The court ordered the government to rope in Village Education Committees for the purpose. A division bench of Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar and Justice Ali Muhammad Magrey also directed the Chief Secretary “to consider and provide fire safety measures, adequate lighting around the schools besides enhancing wages of Contingent Paid Workers so that they could discharge their duty as chowkidars”.

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