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Correct errors in Insha’s marks card: Omar tells Govt

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January 12, 2018

Jammu, Jan 11: Former chief minister Omar Abdullah and MLA Beerwah Thursday told the government that it was pleased to see the pellet victim Insha Mushtaq had passed the class 10th examinations, but an error in her marks sheet has affected her overall percentage.
According to the KNS correspondent, Omar was speaking in the Assembly and pointed towards chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti that the girl was completely blinded by pellets has passed her Class 10 Board exams, but there is an error in her marks sheet that has affected her overall percentage.
“Her marksheet shows she has been given no grade for Mathematics, which has brought down her CGPA (average grade), even though she never appeared for the Mathematics exam but sat in the exam for the Music subject,” Omar said
He asked the Chief Minister to look into the matter on priority so that the girl gets the corrected marks sheet and pursue her career.
The Jammu & Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) has remarked on her marksheet: ‘Qualified but to improve’.
Before the fateful incident in 2016 due to pellets, Insha had scored 85 percent marks in Class 8 exams.


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