New dates of UP Board Examination-2021, postponed due to panchayat elections, have been announced. The High School and Intermediate Board Examination of the Board of Secondary Education will begin on May 8. The high school examination will be held on May 25 and the intermediate examination will be held on May 28. The Council of Secondary Education released the schedule of the examination on Wednesday. It is noteworthy that the board examination was proposed from 24 April.
Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that a total of 29,94,312 candidates, including 16,74,022 students and 13,20,290 girl students, will appear in the High School Examination. At the same time, there are 26,09,501 candidates including 14,73,771 students and 11,35,730 girl students in the intermediate examination. There are a total of 56,03,813 candidates in both examinations.
He said that instructions have been given to conduct a non-duplicate and transparent examination. All the Divisional Joint Education Directors and District School Inspectors have been instructed to take necessary action for the preparation of the examination.
High school examination will be completed in 12 days of intermediate
Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that like the year 2020, this time also the high school examination will be completed in 12 days and the intermediate examination will be done in 15 working days.
The exam will be held from 8 am to 2 pm and the high school exam from 8 am to 11.15 am. The intermediate examination will be held from 2 pm to 5.15 pm. The first question paper in both the classes will be of Hindi / Elementary Hindi / General Hindi.
Results in the last week of June
The official of the Secondary Education Council said that if the conditions were normal, the examination results would be declared by the last week of June.
Dates for Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad examinations will also be extended in Uttar Pradesh. The proposed examinations from April 29 will now start only after the second week of May. It is worth noting that Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad conducts board examinations for students of classes 8 to 12. It is known as Prathama, East Madhyama, and North Madhyama.
The examinations were proposed from April 29, but the council is going to change the dates in view of the panchayat elections. Council secretary RK Tiwari had told that after the new schedule of the UP board examination is fixed, new dates for Sanskrit board examinations will be announced.
He said that due to the lack of a list of 16 mandals, the examination center could not be determined. Like the UP board examination, the Sanskrit board examination will also be under the surveillance of CCTV cameras. He informed that if there are less than 200 students, the examination will be conducted in the government and aided secondary schools of the respective districts.