UP Board Exams 2019: UP board exams start, Deputy CM arrives at the Center

UP Board Exams 2019

UP Board 10th & 12th Examinations for the 10th and 12th Board of Uttar Pradesh have begun. Today UP Board Exams 2019 has been started. The first paper of the 10th grade and the first paper of the 12th board is of psychology.

Higher School and Intermediate examinations started from Thursday on behalf of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council. This year, there are total 31, 95, 603 students are in high school while 26, 11, 319 students are joining the Intermediate examination.

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This time the number of examiners is less than last year. It is being told that this is happening because of the strictness on the copy. On the other hand, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, “Dinesh Sharma” also conducted a thorough inspection of the examination center. During this, he reached Navyug Kanya School in Rajendra Nagar.

Deputy CM arrives on first day of UP Board Exams 2019:

Let us know that about 10 lakh examiners left the UP board examination last year. About this year, the Council Secretary Nina Srivastava said that 8,354 examination centers have been set up for these UP Board Exams 2019. CCTV cameras installed at all the centers for conducting unqualified examinations.

A central bundle of question papers has been made for all examination centers this year. In order to curb the manipulation of copy and answer papers in the examinations, the order wise answer booklets for all the districts from the state have been arranged.

It is worth noting that the examination of the 10th Board of the Higher Secondary Board will be finished in 14 days on 28th February 2019. On the other hand, UP Board Exams 2019 for Intermediate i.e. 12th Board examination will finish in 16 days means end on March 2.

But Nina Shrivastav told that the Kumbh Mela is not examining the main bath festival and one day ahead of it. Srivastava said, ‘We will try to announce the results of these examinations in the second or third week of April.

Hence, the government declared 1314 exam centers sensitive and 448 examination centers as susceptible centers for prevention of copying. Also, a special task force also created to keep an eye on these examination centers.

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