The 12th class result of former Haryana Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala has been stuck. Haryana Open Board of School Education has withheld their result after a shortfall. The reason for this is – in class 10, instead of English or Hindi, studying by choosing Urdu as a subject. Due to the second wave of Corona, the Board of Education has passed all the examinees without examination, but the results of 6 candidates, including Chautala, have been withheld.
He was recently released from Tihar Jail in Delhi after serving a 10-year sentence in the Teacher Recruitment Scam (JBT). He got this punishment when the court proved the charges. During this time, he studied and passed 10th. Om Prakash Chautala, who has a different and authoritative image in the politics of Haryana, has now passed 12th. Still, the education board has stopped his result due to not giving the paper of English subject in class 10th. This was revealed after the release of the 12th result of the open release by the Haryana School Education Board today.
NIOS school gave 10th exam
It is worth noting that Chautala had passed the 10th examination at the age of 82 from NIOS (National Institute of Open School) in 2017 by securing 53.40% marks in Urdu, Science, Social Studies and Indian Culture and Heritage subjects. At the same time, on Thursday, they were eagerly waiting for their 12th results. He was expected to pass 12th with good marks, but the board foiled all his efforts.
Because of this, the screw stuck on the result of the former CM.
Haryana Open Board of School told that Chautala had given the examination in 10th from NIOS. He did not provide the paper in English or Hindi. Instead, Om Prakash Chautala had taken Urdu subject. This time he gave his 12th examination from Haryana Open instead of the National Open. According to the rules of the Haryana Board, to pass the 12th from the state board, the students must pass the 10th in Hindi or English subject, which Chautala has not done.
What is the next option for CM Om Prakash Chautala?
Chautala has two ways to pass 12th from Haryana Board. They will have to pass the 10th examination in one of the two subjects or wait for one more year to appear in the 12th examination from the National Open Board.