UP Board Exam 2021: The dates of the High School and Intermediate Exam 2021 to be conducted by the Board of Secondary Education may change.
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UP Board Exam 2021 Dates: The dates of UP board examinations are subject to change. Panchayati elections are going to be held in the state. In view of these elections, UP Board examinations can now be started from May. According to reports, the new UP Board Exam Dates will be finalized in a few days. According to officials, the examinations are likely to start from May 8 and end by May 30. Although officially no information has been revealed on the date of UP board exam so far. According to the sources of Secondary Education Department, there is a plan to declare the results by the end of June by completing the tests in May itself. Other arrangements, including the examination center, are already ready for the exam. It is being said that the new datesheet will be issued as soon as the Chief Minister’s seal is approved on the dates of examination.
Let us know that for the year 2021 examinations, 29,94,312 high school students and 26,09,501 intermediate students have registered a total of 56,03,813 students. This year, 8,513 exam centers will be set up for examinations.
Looking at the establishment of the UP Board and its journey so far, it was established in 1921 in Allahabad under an Act of the United Provinces Legislative Council. After this, in 1923, it held its first examination. During these 100 years, the number of students appearing in its high school and intermediate examinations has increased by 976 times. With this, it has become one of the largest bodies in the world to conduct examinations. According to available records, in 1923, 5,744 students had registered for the first board examination conducted at 179 centers.
After this, the number of examinees increased to 48,519 in 1947 and the number of centers was 224 and in 1952 the number of students increased to 1,72,246. In the last few years, after taking strict anti-copycat measures, the number of students registering had decreased, but even after this the number is still high. Over time, the UP Board also opened its regional offices in Meerut (in 1973), Varanasi (1978), Bareilly (1981), Prayagraj (1987) and Gorakhpur (2017). Board officials say, “With the increase in the number of examinees, the workload has also increased manifold. In addition to taking many anti-counterfeiting measures for impartial examinations, new techniques have also been adopted.
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