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Srinagar, 19 Jan: The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JK BOSE) inhouse printing of attendence sheets, amid technical challenges faced by certain schools in retrieving the Roll Number slips of their students from the online portal.
According to an official order issued by Jammu and Kashmir Board of school education reads, In Continuation to Order no: 01-B of 2024 dated: 03.01.2024, it is hereby ordered that in case any exigency/hardship is faced by the schools while downloading Roll Number slips (Admit Cards) of students appearing in various BOSE examinations from their school Portals, the respective ITSS Section of JK BOSE shall print and provide the hard copies of the same to these Institutions through concerned Examination Section/s on the formal request of the institution/s after obtaining approval from the Competent Authority, it reads.
Under this new directive, if any school encounters difficulties while accessing the Roll Number slips of their students from the school portal, they are required to submit a formal request to the respective IT Support Section (ITSS) of JK BOSE. This request must be accompanied by the necessary approval from the Competent Authority of the institution.
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Upon receiving the formal request with the appropriate approval, the concerned Examination Section of JK BOSE will oversee the printing and provision of hard copies of the Roll Number slips to the respective institutions. This process will help schools ensure that students have access to their Roll Number slips without any hindrance, thus enabling them to appear in the examinations seamlessly.
Furthermore, along with the provision of Roll Number slips, JK BOSE has introduced an additional measure to facilitate the examination process. Inhouse printing of Attendance Sheets and the provision of RR Cards (Registration Record Cards) on the respective portals of the schools have also been implemented.
This development comes as a welcome relief for schools and students alike, as it eliminates the need for physical distribution of Attendance Sheets and RR Cards. By making these documents available on their portals, schools can efficiently manage student attendance records and ensure accurate record-keeping.
The introduction of this streamlined process reflects the dedication of JK BOSE to provide an efficient and hassle-free examination experience for all students. By leveraging technology and digital platforms, the board aims to enhance transparency, reduce paperwork, and expedite administrative procedures.
It is important to note that this decision is in line with the guidance and recommendations of educational experts and administrators. The implementation of inhouse printing of Attendance Sheets and the provision of Roll Number slips and RR Cards on school portals aligns with the digital transformation efforts in the education sector and promotes greater efficiency and accountability.
With this latest development, JK BOSE strives to create a favorable environment for students to focus on their studies and perform to the best of their abilities during examinations. The board remains committed to upholding the highest standards of education and ensuring a level playing field for all students.
Schools are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the detailed guidelines and procedures outlined in Order no: 01-B of 2024 dated 03.01.2024 to ensure a smooth and seamless implementation of these measures. Any queries or concerns regarding this order can be addressed to the respective ITSS Section of JK BOSE.
In conclusion, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education has issued an order to facilitate the inhouse printing of Attendance Sheets and provide Roll Number slips and RR Cards on school portals, ensuring a convenient examination process for all stakeholders.
This decision reflects the board’s commitment to leveraging technology and digital platforms for the benefit of students and improves administrative efficiency in the education system.