New Delhi: Contrary to the rumour spread across several social media platforms, the JKBOSE class 10 Urdu papers will be held as per its schedule. Jammu Kashmir Board of School Education, according to news portal The Kashmir Monitor, today clarified that the board has not postponed the examination of Urdu paper for class 10th students scheduled to be conducted on November 13 this month. JKBOSE Class 10 exam for Kashmir division began with English as the first paper. The annual regular exam also includes private candidates of Tehsil Gurez, Mechil, Keran and Tangdaar. The exam will continue till 25 November 2017.
The officials called the news as "only a rumour"
"It is only a rumour. The examination for class 10th students on November 13 has not been postponed and it will be conducted as per schedule," Syed Rouf, Joint Secretary Examinations told news agency CNS.
JKBOSE Class 12th annual regular examination in Kashmir Division began on 1 November.
Daily Excelsior has reported that more than 55000 candidates turned up for the exam; 55100 candidates were expected for the exam.
The exam is being held at 496 centres.
'Examination today passed off peacefully and smoothly and there were no complaints of copying from anywhere. "We have had made all the arrangements for smooth conduct of the examination. We did not allow students to go inside exam centres with mobile phones. The Education Minister was himself monitoring the exam process,' Mr. Syed Abdul Rouf told Daily Excelsior.
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The class 12 annual exam, which began on 1 November, will continue till 23 November 2017.
The class 12 regular annual exam for Jammu province had begun on 26 October 2017 and will continue till 23 November.
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