UP board exam 2021 date: when will be the 10th, 12th board exams in UP, know the latest updates


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 UP board exam 2021 schedule: There are still speculations about postponing UP board examinations due to panchayat elections.  According to media reports, the board examinations will start in the first week of May.  For this, the board may soon issue a new date sheet.


 New Delhi

 After the announcement of Panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh, the market of speculation about the 10th and 12th board examinations is hot, it is being said that due to the panchayat elections, the dates of the board examination can be changed but the situation is not clear from the board.  Has been done.


 According to various media reports, a new schedule of examinations may be released soon.  According to reports published by Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, the UP Board's high school and intermediate examinations will take place after the panchayat elections.  After the counting of elections, a new date for examinations will be decided.  There will be a meeting with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath regarding the conduct of examinations.

 According to the reports quoting sources in the media, the board examinations may start from the first week of May or May 8.  The special thing is that the order of examinations of subjects is not expected to change.  It is clear that high school and intermediate examinations will start from Hindi only.


 More than 56 lakh students will take the exam

 This time a total of 56,03,813 students have registered in the high school and intermediate exams.  It consists of 29,94,312 high school students and 26,09,501 intermediate students.  A total of 31,47,793 boys and 24,56,020 girls are registered in both examinations.  There are a total of 16,74,022 boys and 1320290 girls in the high school examination, 2994,312 candidates and 14,73,771 boys and 11,35,730 girls in the intermediate board examination, a total of 26,09,501 candidates are registered.


 This is why the exam is postponed


 More than 50% teachers and non-teaching staff will be deployed in polling parties of Uttar Pradesh Panchayat elections.  With this, more than 90% polling stations will be built in school buildings.  In such a situation, it will not be possible to conduct panchayat elections and board exams simultaneously.

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