A significant 99.61% examinees of Class 10 of UP Board were declared successful in the improvement and compartment examination, the results for which were declared on Saturday.
As per secretary of the Board Neena Srivastava, out of the total 16,465 students who had registered for the Improvement examination, 14,946 appeared and 14,921 cleared the exam, bringing the pass percentage at 99.83%.
Further, in compartment examination, 360 examinees were registered of which 308 appeared and 273 cleared the same pegging the pass percentage at 88.64%.
She further informed that the marksheets and certificates of such students would be made available through respective District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) and the students who cleared their Class 10 examination should not wait for the same but instead take admission in Class 11 by submitting a copy of result downloaded from board’s website.
The compartment examinations were held in Government Inter College (GIC) and Government Girls Inter College in all districts of Uttar Pradesh.
Guwahati: A students’ body on Saturday asked the Gauhati University (GU) authorities to refund fees and other expenses of candidates who were to give the entrance examinations which were postponed indefinitely after a meeting of the institute’s admission committee on July 17.
This year’s exams for various postgraduate courses in GU were to be held from July 20. These were put on hold after the Gauhati High Court on July 15 stayed the test on the basis of a petition by some graduates.
The court, however, allowed the university to go ahead with admissions through the existing mode on merit basis.
The admissions were scheduled for July 28 and 29, and classes were to have begun from August 1.
“Some 50% of more than 20,000 students from across Assam had applied for the PG courses. The university has had a history of botching up admission tests and should have taken adequate measures when the court gave a ruling on a complaint by only four students,” Kashyap Choudhury, president of the Assam state committee of Students’ Federation of India (SFI), said.
The SFI asked the university to refund the candidates and compensate them for their disappointment as they could not study in the university of their choice.
GU officials declined to comment as the “court was involved,”but said counselling for admission to BTech courses had begun. These courses include biotechnology, computer science and engineering, electronics and communication and engineering and information technology.
On the entrance tests being put on hold, a lawyer of the petitioner explained: “GU had decided to hold the entrance test via a recent notice without amending its previous ordinance in which it had said that admission to PG courses would be done on the basis of merit of the candidates in their respective graduation results. The entire process was violating the existing ordinance.”
Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) will declare the results of its Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) or Class 10 board examination on Friday.
Students can check their results here after they are declared. Key in the required details and click on submit to check your results.
About 8.77 lakh students registered for the exams, of which 4.69 lakh were boys and 4.07 lakh were girls.
In a tweet, Karnataka primary and secondary education minister Tanveer Sait recently said, “Much awaited PUC results to be announced on 11th may Thursday 2017 at 3.00 PM and SSLC results on 12th may Friday 2017 at 3.00 PM – official.”
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