PRAYAGRAJ: All preparations are complete for the conduct of the Intermediate and High School examinations-2022 of Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, commonly known as UP Board, which will take place from March 24.
This year, UP Board has 51,926,689 students registered to take its class 10 or 12 exams. This includes 27,81 654 students who have registered to take the class 10, which includes 15,53,198 girls and 12,28,456 boys. Additionally, there are 24,11,035 students registered for the Inter exam, which includes 13,24,200 girls and 10,86,835 boys.
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There are 8,873 exam centers across the state. According to the Board, the High School exam will be completed within 12 working days and the Inter exam in 15 working days.
The Board has established 8,373 exam centres in the state. This is the largest number of examination conducting bodies worldwide in terms of the number and quality of examinees who take part in each year’s exams.
Officials stated that all preparations have been completed. All exam center managers have been instructed by the Board to ensure that examinees correctly write their roll numbers, number of copy and page number in their own handwriting on every answer sheet.
These instructions were issued by the Board to stop any copy-changing of meritorious students during the examination. They also discourage the alteration of middle or copy pages on answer sheets.
The High School examinations of Hindi and Elementary Hindi will take place on the first day. On Thursday, the Intermediate exam in Military Science will take place in the second shift. It will take places from 8am to 11:15 am. The Intermediate Hindi and General Hindi exams will take place in the second shift, from 2.15 to 5.15pm.
According to the state government’s instructions, super zonel, sector, and static magistrates will personally ensure that peaceful and fair examinations are conducted at all centres. In all 75 districts, senior officials from the education department were also posted as observers.
Durga Shankar, Mishra, the chief secretary of UP, has given instructions to divisional commissioners, IGs. DMs. SSPs. SPs. and other senior officers to perform surprise inspections at examination centres. STF, LIU, and local police have been assigned the responsibility for monitoring sensitive areas and centers.
The UP Board has provided a free toll-free number for students taking part in exams. Divyakant Shukla, secretary of UP Board, stated that there are two toll-free helplines 18001805310 or 18001805312 available to answer questions and solve problems for students taking part in examinations.