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UP Board 10th Exam: 1.25 lakh missed the UPMSP UP Board 10th Maths exam know how was paper – UP Board 10th Exam: 1.25 lakh missed the UP Board 10th Maths exam, at some places sweat was released and at other places faces were bright, Education News

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In the UP Board examination on Tuesday, 1,46,839 candidates remained absent in both the shifts in the state. In Lucknow, 2,386 students missed the examination. In the first shift, FIR was also lodged against a total of four proxy (or solver) candidates, two in Gonda and one each in Azamgarh and Shahjahanpur. Four examinees were caught using unfair means.

Let us tell you that on Tuesday, the examination of Mathematics subject, one of the difficult question papers of high school, was completed. In the first shift, when the high school students came out of the center after giving the mathematics exam, the happiness visible on their faces clearly showed that they had solved the question paper completely. Some students said that the paper was a little spoiled due to not being able to revise. Anas from high school said that questions with higher marks took time. Radhika told that she is feeling good after passing the mathematics paper.

Students who appeared for the exam in Bareilly said that the paper was a bit difficult and it took a lot of time to understand many questions. Many students in Farrukhabad said that they faced problems in small mathematics questions. In Moradabad, difficult questions troubled the children to a great extent. Some children told that the paper was normal, only it was made complicated. The students who appeared for the examination from Baldev Arya Kanya College in the first shift said that the mathematics paper was very difficult. The questions have left you confused. Apart from this, student Reshma told that the questions were confusing and not difficult. I understood it easily and answered it.

Notice to teachers missing from examination
A large number of teachers are procrastinating in the UP Board exams. The teachers of private schools who have been assigned duty for the examination are not joining the respective examination centres. On Tuesday, the District School Inspector visited Vikramshila Gyan Mandir in Sarojini Nagar, Little Angel Inter College, Present Day Academy and Gautam Buddha Public Inter College, Kamal Delhi College in Banthra, St. Bilal High School in Kakori, Ramakrishna Vidyawati College in village Pyarepur Post Mauda. Notice has been given to two dozen teachers to give joining otherwise their recognition will be terminated.