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Mantri's driver who ran away with answer script, allowed to sit in exam
Case of missing scripts fabricated
5/20/2017 12:07:01 AM
K Koushal
Early Times Report
Jammu, May 19: A 'privileged' driver of a Cabinet Minister, who allegedly ran away along with answer scripts of class 12th from the examination centre, was reportedly allowed to sit in winter session by fabricating 'false case' of missing answer scripts, reportedly without final decision of the Unfair Means (UFM) Committee.
According to various documents of the JK Board of School Education (JK BOSE) with regard to this case, a student Ali Mohammad Zargar, a resident of Bijbehara Anantnag at present Gadi Garh Jammu with Roll No 1830718, fled away with answer scripts from centre No.1830 HSE class 12 Annual regular 2015 dated 26-03-2015 at Harminder Public Higher Secondary school Trikuta Nagar Jammu.
In this regard, the superintendent of the examinations had lodged FIR against Zargar at Bahu Fort Police station on the same date.
Owing to the political clout of the student, who happens to be the driver of Cabinet Minister, he managed to restart the process of re-examination within a month. "I am directed to refer the subject that missing of answer script from centre No.1830 HSE part II annual regular 2015 and lodging of FIR," reads official order, adding that subject to the outcome of investigation and in order to ensure that the student does not lose a year, you are requested to kindly allow him to appear in class 12th examination of Maths when the same is held for Kishtwar (which were postponed and are yet to be held).
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Powerful driver
Superintendent of the examinations had lodged FIR against Zargar at Bahu Fort Police station on the same date. Owing to the political clout of the student, who happens to be the driver of Cabinet Minister, he managed to restart the process of re-examination within a month.
r No.Edu /PS/C/S/Edu/15/15 Dated 22-04-2014, Under Secretary to government Education Department-RK Mishri referred the case to then Director School Education, who further wrote to Secretary JK Board under No. DSEJ/1461-62 dated 24-04-2015, seeking permission for the student to appear in exams.
However, the UFM committee that was constituted to investigate the matter of unfair means was supposed to take decision on 1-5-2015 and 2-5-2015, respectively, but in the meantime, the influential student got permission to appear in examination from the secretary JK BOSE.
The secretary JK BOSE wrote, "Allow to appear along with other missing paper candidates, to be held in near future with an affidavit. The outcome decision of the UFM committed shall be binding upon the candidate. The answer sheet of the student should also be submitted to the UFM committee for final outcome".
Meanwhile, Assistant secretary exams, Unit III Jammu division on 25 -04-2015 issued an order vide no. F (SP-exam-III) B/JD/2015, maintaining that on the directions of the director school education, the student is allowed to appear in mathematic subject on 1-05-2015 at 9:45 in the centre constituted in the premises of JK BOSE, along with the candidates purely on the conditions that the decision of the UFM committee of BOSE, what so ever shall be the final and binding upon the candidate.
Sources said that how JKBOSE could approve an individual case, when many UFM cases are still hanging in balance
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