J&K Students Association urges LG Manoj Sinha to defer JKCC exams

Srinagar, Oct 23 (KNS): J&K Students Association here on today urged Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha either to defer J&K Combined Competitive (Preliminary) examination or to ensure adequate arrangements for aspirants that are scheduled for tomorrow.

In a statement issued to KNS, Spokesperson of Association Nasir Khuehami said that, students have to come from nook and corner of Kashmir valley and many roads are closed due to snowfall, waterlogging and incessant rains and in such situation, it is very difficult to reach the examination centre.

He said that, Many students who were on way to appear at their exams Centres in Jammu got stuck at banihal and other areas due to closure of Srinagar-Jammu highway. It can be heavy snowfall during night. Candidates are supposed to report by 08:00am in these circumstances when visibility is so low even in mid-day.

Khuehami said, we are flooded with frantic calls from KAS aspirants who are stuck due to highway closure by landslides.

In this situation, it is not possible to reach the exam centers early in the morning. Governor administration needs to step in the JKCC examination, Just like the way Kashmir University has postponed all of its exams on account of inclement weather, so should JKCC exams.

He requested Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha either to defer the exams or made adequate arrangements for JKCC Aspirants. He hoped Lieutenant Governor Administration will take due note of the plight and miseries faced by aspirants. (KNS)

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