WhatsApp Group Join Now
Telegram Group Join Now

JKBOSE new norms for subject change, re-admission of classes 10th, 12th, Explained

Wattandaily.com News: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) has introduced revised norms and regulations governing subject changes and re-admissions for senior secondary classes students starting from the current academic year. These amendments come after recommendations from a committee and approval from relevant authorities, aiming to streamline processes and ensure clarity for students.

Previously, candidates of Higher Secondary Examination Part-I and Part-II could change their subjects in which they failed or were placed in the reappear category, with certain conditions. They could do so without re-appearing in the passed subjects, provided the change was within the same stream or from science/commerce to arts, and not vice versa. Additionally, changing the entire subject stream required cancellation of previous results, except for English.

The amended rules now allow candidates to change subjects they failed or were placed in the reappear category for, without needing to re-appear in passed subjects, as long as the change is within the pursued stream. Moreover, candidates can change their entire subject stream before result declaration, albeit at their own risk, by cancelling previous results in all subjects.

Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination Part-I and seek to change their entire subject stream can do so by cancelling previous results, taking on the risk and responsibility, and either appearing as fresh private candidates or seeking re-admission in class 11th for the immediate subsequent session.

However, candidates who have already passed Higher Secondary Part-II examination are not permitted to cancel results for changing their subject stream, ensuring a level of continuity and stability for these students.

Regarding readmissions, candidates who left their school or institution without appearing in any board examination could seek fresh admission in regular mode for the immediate subsequent session. Those who appeared in an examination but were declared under reappear or failure category were not eligible for further re-admission as regular students but could appear privately.

Under the amended rules, candidates seeking re-admission in class 11th in a regular capacity can do so in the next subsequent academic session, regardless of their previous status in the same class. They can choose any stream for admission if they desire, with the provision that they cancel previous results within fifteen days of result declaration and cannot retain awards for previously passed subjects.

Furthermore, students who have passed Higher Secondary Part-II examinations are not eligible for re-admission, ensuring clarity and consistency in the re-admission process. These amendments aim to provide flexibility while maintaining academic integrity and standards within the board’s framework.

Back to top button