UBSE 10th and 12th Exam 2021 Update: As per the latest update, the Uttarakhand Board of School Education (UBSE) has announced that a total of 1347 Exam Centres have been finalized for the upcoming UK Board 10th and 12th Board Exams 2021. The Board also confirmed that a total of 2,72,313 students would appear for the High School and Intermediate Board Exams this year. The decision finalizing a total of 1347 exam centres for Uttarakhand Board Exams 2021 was taken at a high-level meeting held on Wednesday. The meeting was chaired by UBSE Secretary Ms Neeta Tiwari.
1347 Exam Centres Finalized
As per the update available right now, the Uttarkahand Board has finalized a total of 1347 exam centres for the upcoming Class 10 and 12 Board Exams. Of the total number of exam centres, the maximum or highest number of exam centres i.e. 166 fall under Pauri District, while the lowest number of exam centres i.e. 40 fall in Champawat. Of the total 1347 exam centres, 223 centres have been identified as sensitive and 23 have been earmarked as very sensitive.
In terms of number of students appearing for UK Board Exams 2021, a total of 1,48,828 students are registered for appear for UBSE 10th Exam 2021 i.e. High School Board Exams. On similar lines, 1,23,485 are slated to appear for Intermediate Exam i.e. UBSE Class 12 Board Exam 2021. In terms of maximum number of students, 44,143 students are slated to appear from Haridwar while lowest number of students i.e. 8,255 students are to appear from Champawat district.
UK Board Exams 2021 in April – May 2021
As per the details shared by the exam authority, the UBSE 10th and 12th Board Exam 2021 is likely to be held in the months of April – May 2021. For the 2020-21 academic session, the UK Board Exam 2021 has been delayed due to then COVID-19 lockdown restrictions imposed by the state government. Last year, 2,71,415 students had written board exams in 1324 Exam Centres, which have been increased marginally for the current session. Last year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the board exams were held in two phases.