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JKBOSE 12 Class Students received 11th Class papers in exam, Paper cancelled.

In a shocking turn of events, hundreds of 12th standard students were left in dismay as the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) distributed 11th standard question papers during their examinations. According to reports by Wattan Daily (WD), students and examination in-charges expressed deep concern over the apparent lackadaisical approach of the Board authorities.

Students who were appearing for the annual regular exams of class 12th voiced their frustration, highlighting discrepancies in the exam pattern. One student lamented that the Physical Education exam’s structure deviated significantly from the Board’s notification, with only two marks allocated from the 12th standard syllabus while the rest of the questions were drawn from the 11th standard curriculum.

The situation took a distressing turn as some students reportedly broke down in tears, and a few even fainted in examination centers. Understandably, the erroneous distribution of question papers caused distress and anxiety among the students, who had prepared diligently for their 12th standard examinations.

In response to the widespread outcry, officials from JKBOSE acknowledged the grave error and swiftly announced the postponement of the affected exams. They assured students and stakeholders that new examination dates would be issued promptly to mitigate the disruption caused by this unfortunate incident.

The incident underscores the importance of thorough planning and meticulous execution in conducting examinations, especially at crucial academic levels such as the 12th standard. As students await further updates from JKBOSE, the incident serves as a stark reminder of the need for accountability and transparency in educational administration to uphold the integrity of the examination process.

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