Uttar Pradesh High School or class 10th and Intermediate or class 12th Board examination, 2018 which was scheduled for February 6, has already begun, on time.
The examination for class 12th and 10th students has begun at 7:30 a.m and will end around 10:45 a.m. The initial 15 minutes will be given to the students for reading the question paper.
Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath has instructed all concerned officers to ensure a cheating free examination across the state.
According to the datesheets, the examination for class 10th will begin from February 6 and will end on February 22 while Intermediate examinations will conclude on March 12th.
Once the results are announced, the marksheets will be declared online through the official website of UP Board.
According to the sources, District magistrates, district inspectors of school, and joint directors, the education department will supervise the whole examinations.
The state government has pulled up their socks to conduct a cheating free examination this year. Electronic gadgets will play an important role to curb cheating across the state.
The CCTV cameras were installed at all centers of the Board examinations.
It has been said that the sensitive and highly sensitive areas will be under Special Task Force vigilance along with local police.
The centers where girls were allowed to give examination at their own schools will have invigilator from another school. The center’s invigilator will be responsible if CCTV cameras will not work or damaged.
The examination centers were allotted through online process and their numbers were also reduced to ensure cheating free examination. After releasing the list of invigilators Board administration has provided answer sheets and question papers at all centers.