UP Board Exam 2020: Effect of government's toughness, more than three lakh students left the exam in two days
According to UP Board Additional Secretary Shiv Lal, on the first day of the board examination, where 34 candidates were caught cheating.
20th February, 2020
The impact of the strictness to prevent cheating in the High School and Intermediate examinations (UP Board Examination) of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council, being held in the Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh (Uttar Pradesh), has started showing. . In the first two days of the board examination, three lakh 17 thousand 475 candidates have left the examination.
On the first day of the board examination started from February 18, in the examination of easy subjects of Hindi and General Hindi, where three lakh 16 thousand 116 candidates had left the examination. At the same day, the process of leaving the examinations continued. On Wednesday, a total of 1359 candidates, including high school and intermediate, have left the examination. On the first day, UP Board released the data of two lakh 39 thousand 133 candidates leaving the examination in the high school and intermediate shifts in the evening shift. But on the second day when the UP board gathered information from all the districts, this figure also crossed three lakh.
On Wednesday, February 19, on the second day of the board examination, the examination of Pali, Arabic, Persian and intermediate music, singing, playing and dancing in the high school was held at 675 examination centers in the state. In the second shift, high school music singing and intermediate and agricultural and vocational education examinations were conducted at 2328 examination centers. 10,306 candidates were registered in the first shift and 97,787 candidates in the second shift. Including 112 in high school and 1,247 in inter, 1,359 candidates remained un-attended.
According to UP Board Additional Secretary Shiv Lal, FIR registered against 44 candidates, nine were caught cheating, where 34 candidates were caught cheating on the first day of the board examination. At the same time, this figure has also risen to 44 in two days. While a total of nine FIRs have been filed against the candidates, room inspectors and managers involved in the copy. This time 56 lakh seven thousand 118 candidates are registered in UP Board Examination, Asia's largest examination organization. 7784 examination centers have been set up across the state for the examination. In this time exam, 30 lakh 22 thousand 607 candidates in high school, and 25 lakh 84 thousand 511 candidates are registered in the same inter. Whereas last year, 31 lakh 92 thousand 587 candidates in high school and 26 lakh three thousand 169 candidates in Inter were sitting in the examination.
In this way, one lakh 88 thousand 638 candidates were already attending this year compared to last year. But due to the strictness of copying, more than five and a half percent of the candidates have left the examination at the beginning of the board examination. In such a situation, it is believed that the number of candidates leaving the examination can increase even more. Please tell that this time the high school examination will last 12 days and the inter examination will last for 15 days i.e. six March.
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