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Droopy: For two consecutive years this govt school showed zero results

Droopy: For two consecutive years this govt school showed zero results
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Srinagar: A government high school in Nowhatta area of old City has continued to display its poor performance by the producing zero percent results for two consecutive years in the class 10th exams held by JK Board of School Education (BOSE) in the month of October last year.
The school had around 10 students enrolled in the class 10th out of which only one students was allowed to appear as regular student in the annual BOSE exams. At the time of results the single students was declared as not qualified. This was for the second consecutive year that the school failed to improve the class 10 results.
According to a source, the department didn’t initiate action against the school teachers last year after the school produced zero percent result in the class 10th exams.
“The school has more than 20 teachers posted in the school and all are well qualified but the teachers didn’t give any efforts to prepare just 10 students for the annual JKBOSE class 10th exams,” the source said.
He said the department has posted influential teachers in the school despite producing zero percent result in BOSE exams.
Besides, another school in DrogjanDalgate had 12 students enrolled in the schools out of which only five students were allowed to appear as regular students in the class 10 BOSE exams.
“All the five students passed the exams in C grade and the performance has been shown as 100 percent by the school despite barring more than 50 per cent students,” an official said.
Pertinently, the directorate of school education Kashmir (DSEK) has ordered for suspension of teachers and school headmasters for producing zero percent and below 20 percent results in the class 10th exams.
“The department will stop increment of the teachers having below 50 percent result in their respective subjects,” the circular reads.
The department has also decided to deploy the poor performing teachers for remedial classes in their respective schools during winter vacations to prepare the students for their supplementary exams to be held by JK Board of School Education (BOSE) in the month of February.
The result of class 10th was declared by JKBOSE on December 29. As per the BOSE figures, around 55472 students- 28636 boys and 26836 girls had appeared in the exams out of which 38939 students have were declared as qualified with an overall pass percentage of 75.44 percent.

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