UP Board Exams for Class 10 and 12

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UP Board Examination for Class 10 and Class 12 exams starts on April 24

The UP Board of Intermediate and High School Education will conduct the High School (Class 10) and Intermediate (Class 12) exams-2021 from April 24, with the high school exam ending on May 10 and Intermediate on May 12, Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma announced the date sheet on Wednesday.

UP Board Exams for Class 10 and 12

Sharma, who is also the UP Ministry of Higher Education, said the high school exam will be completed in 12 working days and the middle school exam will be completed in 15 days. He added that examination will be completed in exactly the same time period as last year.  Students can check a comprehensive examination date sheet on the official website of UP Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad.

Number of students appearing in UP Board Class 10 and 12 Exam in the year 2021

This year, there will be a total of 29,94,312 tests, including 16,74,022 boys and 13,20,290 girls. A total of 26,09,501 exams, including 14,73,771 boys and 11,35,730 girls, will take part in the intermediate test.

Sharma said that 56,03,813 exams, including 31,47,793 boys and 24,56,020 girls, had been enrolled for high school )and intermediate examinations. The number of candidates taking part in the exam is marginally lower than last year. In 2020, a total of 56,10,819 students were enrolled in the exams, out of which 25,86,339 in the class 10 (intermediate) exams and 30,24,480 in Class 12 (high school) and  examination.

UP Board Class 10 and 12 Exam Schedule

The first high school exam will be for elementary Hindi and intermediate will be General Hindi. Mathematics will be the last paper for class 12 students on May 10. For the intermediate exams, Civics will be scheduled for May 12, as per the date sheet issued.

UP Board Exams for Class 10 and 12 in the last year

The UP Board Exams started on February 18 last year and finished in the first week of March, well before the lockdown. This year, the exam was postponed by almost two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as schools stayed closed for months. The schools for classes for 9 to 12 started in October 2020.

Sharma said the students had enough time to prepare for the exams. He encouraged students to prepare for the constructive frame of mind tests.

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