Dinesh Sharma, who also holds the education portfolio, said that a decision on holding the UP Board Class 12 exams will be taken after review the COVID-19 situation in the state with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and the state’s health officials, UP 12th Board Exam Cancelled 2021
The 12th test of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has also been canceled. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council’s (UP Board) Intermediate Examination is also scheduled to be canceled. Because the decision on the CBSE test was made under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership.
Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister, will host a meeting shortly to make a decision in this respect. By the way, the UP Board has already begun preparing to promote intermediate candidates in the month of May. On May 22, the UP Board’s secretary requested that all colleges send the results of class 12 to preboard and 11 half-yearly and annual examinations. By May 28, the majority of institutions had delivered the results.
In light of the Kovid changeover, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that the Prime Minister has decided to cancel the CBSE’s 12th board exams. On behalf of all the pupils and parents, he thanked the Prime Minister for this. According to CM Yogi, this move is a significant step forward in ensuring the health security of students across the country.
Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma expressed thanks for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s decision, saying that the future and health of children have always been his top priorities. Given the conditions of the Corona era, this ruling in the children’s best interests will provide relief not just to the youngsters but also to their parents.
Conceivable Measures to Safeguard Students health
The Central and State governments, according to Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma, are taking all conceivable measures to safeguard their population from the Corona epidemic. The decision made today is a step in that direction.
The Uttar Pradesh administration has already decided to postpone the exams and promote pupils from class 6 to class 11. Following the Prime Minister’s decision on the CBSE class 12 test, the decision on the state’s Board of Secondary Education’s class 12 test would be made shortly following a meeting with the Chief Minister.
The pupils of the UP Board High School tests have already been annulled, and the kids have been promoted to class eleven. It has been decided to promote 29.9 lakh high school pupils. Now, 26.10 lakh intermediate students may be granted the gift of promotion in the near future.
Following the Prime Minister’s decision on the CBSE class 12 test, the decision on the state’s Board of Secondary Education’s class 12 test would be made shortly following a meeting with the Chief Minister. The pupils of the UP Board High School tests have already been annulled, and the kids have been promoted to class eleven. It has been decided to promote 29.9 lakh high school pupils. Now, 26.10 lakh intermediate students may be granted the gift of promotion in the near future.
CBSE and UP Board syllabus almost the same
The CBSE originally determined that no high school examinations would be held this year and that students would be advanced to the next level. The Inter exam has now been canceled as well. The CBSE and UP Board syllabuses are nearly identical, although there is a variation in how both boards publish their tests. A comprehensive record of half-yearly and annual examinations is available online in addition to monthly testing in CBSE.
On the basis of their results, the central board can easily promote kids to high school. Simultaneously, the records of the class 9th half-yearly and annual examinations were not forwarded to the UP Board’s board headquarters. The school-level test was held in February before the pre-board examination, i.e. high school and inter examination, but the results were not submitted to the board.