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UP Board 10th exam 2021 canceled: The Uttar Pradesh government (UP government) has made an official announcement to cancel the 10th board exam. Let us know that the students have been suspended about the exams for the last several years and by removing it now the Minister of State for Education has decided to promote the students without the exams. After this, the tenth student of UP board will be promoted without examination. At the same time, the Twelfth Board Examination may be held in July. Jay Advanced 2021 postponed: Jay Advanced test postponed due to corona.
Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma said in a statement on Saturday that the decision would affect 29,94,312 students. He asked the Uttar Pradesh Madhya Miksha Parishad to prepare detailed guidelines for the promotion of students in classes X to XI.
Sharma said that considering the importance of Class XII examinations and the role of its mark on the future of the students, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has proposed to conduct the examinations in the second week of July.
He said that its detailed timetable will be shared soon, as before, this year also the test will be taken in 15 working days. He said that in the interest of the students, the state government has decided that the duration of the question paper will be kept at one and a half hours only and the students will be free to answer any three questions out of the 10 questions given.
Sharma said the number of centers has been increased this year to ensure social distance among students. This year, 2,10,316 students have registered for the Class XII board examination of the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education.
Deputy Chief Minister Dr Sharma said that a mandate has been issued earlier to promote 6th to 8th class students in schools run by the Basic Education Council. He said that now it has been decided that students of 6th, 7th and 8th classes of all the schools in all the boards of the state should be given general promotion in the next class unless there is an order of any particular board.
Sharma said 9th and 11th class students should be promoted to the next class on the basis of annual examination results. If no school still conducts annual examinations, they will promote the student to the next grade based on an internal assessment throughout the year. If no internal assessment is available, the student should generally be promoted.
He said that if there is a special order of the board in this regard, it will be applicable, otherwise the system mentioned in classes 6, 8, 9 and 11 will be applicable to all the schools of the board.
According to the statement, Uttar Pradesh, the first state in the country, reduced the syllabus by 30 per cent in July last year in the wake of disruptions in education due to the Corona epidemic.