Details sought about students from class 6 to 8, move aimed to implement curriculum, text books prescribed by Board’
Srinagar, Jun 06 (KNO): The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) has sought enrolment of students studying in private schools of classes 6th to 8th in order to implement the curriculum and textbooks prescribed by the board.
According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), BOSE has said that the information of student enrolments of these classes was sought in order to implement the curriculum and textbooks prescribed by the board for Classes 6th to 8th by the private academic institutions of Kashmir division including district Kargil of UT of Ladakh.
“In pursuance and amplification of instructions of the Joint Secretary, Publications, of BOSE, it is hereby circulated for information of all the Heads of affiliated private educational institutions of high and higher secondary schools of Kashmir division including district Kargil to furnish the class-wise enrolment data of their students from Class 5th upto Class 7th for the current academic session (2021-2022) by or before 5th June 2022,” reads the communiqué issued by the board.
The BOSE also said that all the concerned heads shall accordingly furnish the requisite enrolment data of their Schools to the concerned sub or branch offices of their respective districts or Tehsils and the board office in case of district Srinagar—(KNO)