Valley News Desk


As IMD predicts snow in valley, class 12 students demand postponement of mathematics paper

Srinagar: As the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted widespread snowfall between November 14 and 16 in Kashmir valley, the students of class 12 winter zone are demanding postponement of their mathematics paper scheduled to be held on November 16.

Students of class 12, mostly belonging to the far-flung areas, while talking to Kashmir Reformer said that JKBOSE should postpone the papers scheduled to be held between November 14 and 16, adding that it will be impossible for them to reach the examination centres during the snow as per blocks roads and disturbs electricity for days.

Mohammad Faizan, a student of class 12 said that he lives in an area which is prone to heavy snow and snow blocks roads for days. “I live in Tangmarg, a area which receives heavy snow and due to which roads get blocked for many days. There is prediction of heavy snowfall and it will not be possible for us to reach examination centres located many kilometres far. Thus the papers scheduled between November 14 and 16 should be postponed.”

“Our papers should be postponed as Meteorological Department has already issued weather forecast and have predicted heavy snowfall,” said Aqib, who lives in Verinag area of Anantnag in South Kashmir.

Pertinently, IMD said that an active western disturbance is most likely to affect Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh as well as its surroundings from the evening of November 13 to 15, causing moderate to heavy snowfall and rainfall in the regions. (Roshan Kashmir)