UP Board Exams: Exams starting from tomorrow, more than 51 lakh students will give exams, copying is not well

This time 15 lakh 53 thousand 198 students and 12 lakh 28 thousand 456 girls will appear in the high school (UP Board 10th Exams). In Intermediate (UP Board 10th Exams) 13 lakh 24 thousand 200 students and 10 lakh 86 thousand 835 girls will give the exam.

UP Board 10th 12th examinations are starting from 24th March.

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UP Board Exams 2022: With the threat of Coronavirus decreasing, Uttar Pradesh is ready for board examinations. Tomorrow i.e. from Thursday, 10th and 12th examinations are starting simultaneously in UP. 51 lakh 92 thousand 689 students will appear in the High School and Inter examination of the Board of Secondary Education, Uttar Pradesh. According to the board’s date sheet, the examinations will run from March 24 to April 12. The exam will be held in two shifts. This time 15 lakh 53 thousand 198 students and 12 lakh 28 thousand 456 girls will appear in the high school (UP Board 10th Exams). In Intermediate (UP Board 10th Exams) 13 lakh 24 thousand 200 students and 10 lakh 86 thousand 835 girls will give the exam. A total of 51,92,689 candidates will appear in the board examinations this time.

In terms of numbers, the Uttar Pradesh board examinations are considered to be the world’s largest examination conducted on a large scale. A total of 8373 centers have been set up for conducting board examinations. These include 497 state’s 3589 non-government aided and 4307 unaided schools. The board has categorized 861 examination centers as sensitive and 254 centers in the category of very sensitive. A control room has been set up to monitor the arrangements for the examination. It was inaugurated by State Chief Secretary Durgashankar Mishra on Wednesday. Mishra said, “Through this control room, the footage of a total of 2,97,124 CCTV cameras installed at all the examination centers will be directly received and a team under the supervision of senior officials will closely monitor the entire examination through the strong rooms set up across the state. Will keep an eye. Apart from this, 75 control rooms have been set up at the district level and 8373 at the school level. As many as 8373 sector magistrates have been deployed to keep an eye on the examination.

CCTV will be monitored

According to officials, CCTV cameras have been installed at all centers across the state. A control room has been set up to monitor these cameras. These arrangements have been made to prevent duplication. The state level control room has been inaugurated on Wednesday. It has been learned that 2,97,124 CCTV cameras have been installed in entire UP. Apart from several command centers, 75 district level centers have also been set up to monitor these cameras. The control room was inaugurated by UP Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra.

Exams will be held in two shifts

UP Board exams will be held in two shifts. The morning shift will start at 8 am and 11.15 am while in the evening shift the exam will run from 2 pm to 5.15 pm. The state government has already warned that action will be taken under the National Security Act (NSA) Act for cheating or influencing in any way in the examination. A total of 27,81,654 students will appear in the 10th examination this year. Of these 12,28,456 are girl students and 15,53,198 are boys. Similarly, 24,11,035 students are appearing for class 12th examinations this year. These include 10,86,835 girl students and 13,24,200 boys. 8,373 examination centers have been set up across the state. Of these, 6,398 are in rural areas and 1975 are in urban areas. The state government has declared 861 examination centers as sensitive while 254 centers fall under the category of very sensitive.

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