Jammu, 19 May: Students of Govt. Hr. Sec school, Jhiri, held a massive protest demonstration at Jhiri against the faulty result of class 11th standard students declared by the school. The protest was held under the banner of Jammu Justice Secular Forum (JJSF) and was lead by Vikram Singh Chib, working President JJSF. Protesting students alleged that the said result of the students of class 11th standard was declared by pick and choose method where the favourite students of the staff members were declared pass whereas other students who were meritorious in matriculation examinations were failed in Class 11 results.
Earlier today the students of G.H.S.S Jhiri alongwith the students of 11, who were declared failed, gathered outside the school premises and started raising slogans against the school administration.
Speaking on the occasion Vikram Singh said that the result declared of 11 students seems suspicious and JJSF senses foul play by the staff members of the school. There are some staff members of the said school who force the students and engage them for their personal and home tasks. The students who refuse to do so are the threatened by the said staff members of dire consequences. It is pertinent to mention here that the result of the students of 11 standard is in the hands of the school administration and students remain at the mercy of staff members to blackmail them and force them to do their petty jobs.
On the occasion Saahil Jamwal, JJSF President Jammu province, said that there are number of students who secured distinctions in the matriculation examinations and have surprisingly failed in class 11 which is highly suspicious and it seems that there is definitely something fishy behind all this. Meritorious students also had to pay the price of refusing the petty personal tasks assigned by the staff members involved in corrupt practices.
Vikram warned the concerned school authorities to take cognizance and save the career of the innocent students otherwise JJSF will be forced to lodge an agitation against the school authorities. He said that the poor result is not the fault of students but the fault of the staff members who could not teach them well.