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Srinagar: Kashmir University in a bizarre move has ordered re-examination of various subjects for its undergraduate 6th semester batch 2017, which completed their final examination a month back. University has ordered re-examination citing that the papers they had put for these subjects were out of syllabus contradicting the students who acknowledge that papers were strictly according to syllabus. While talking to news agency Kashmir Dot Com (KDC), few of the students wishing anonymity said that…

Anantnag: 17-year-old Tabia Iqbal, a specially-abled girl, qualified class 10th exam with 452 out of 500 marks and is earning appreciation for braving all odds. Tabia Iqbal from Shangus, Nowgam area of Anantnag, was born with a condition that resulted in her needing the support of a wheelchair. Although her family was supportive at every stage, she had to fight “taboo and prejudices prevailing in the society”. Speaking in sign-language explained by her mother Muneera…

Srinagar: The Board of School Education (BOSE) on Friday declared annual regular results of 10th standard of Kashmir division with an overall pass percentage of 75 percent. The news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO) has learnt that the girl students have outshone boys in the exams. KNO has also learnt to that among the total of pass percentage includes 74.04 percent boys and 76.09 girl students. Free Press Kashmir is now on Telegram. Click here to…

Srinagar: Kashmir University’s Controller of Examinations Prof Irshad A Nawchoo said on Tuesday that UG 1st year examination scheduled to be held on 6th January 2021 (Wednesday) stands postponed in view of the inclement weather conditions. The examinations of BDS Final (Community Dentistry) and UG 6th semester, which are scheduled to be held on 7th January 2021 (Thursday), are also postponed, he said. New dates for the deferred examinations will be notified later on, Prof…

Srinagar: More than 5,800 candidates appeared in the Class XII examination in 626 centers across Kashmir whereas in winter zone areas of Jammu division more than 15,000 candidates appeared in 188 centers on Thursday. After being delayed by more than a month due to the pandemic the annual examination of class XII commenced from November 12 across the valley and winter zone areas of Jammu under the guidance and overall supervision of the Chairman, BOSE,…

Srinagar: The Directorate of School Education Kashmir (DSEK) Wednesday said that the examinations of 8th and 9th standard will commence from November-15. Joint Director (JD) of DSEK, Aabid Hussain said that the examination of 8th and 9th standard will commence from November-15 and will conclude on November-21. Hussain said that DSEK has also decided to start the examination process of classes 1st to 7th from second week of November. (Syndicated feed from KNO) Free Press…