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UP Board: 62 thousand students left Sanskrit-Economics exam, case against three – UP Board: 62 thousand students left Sanskrit-Economics exam, case against three, Education News

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UP Board 10th, 12th Exam 2024: More than 62 thousand students remained absent in the High School Sanskrit and Inter Economics examination of UP Board on Wednesday. In Gonda, three solvers who were taking the exam in place of others were also caught and FIR has been lodged against all three. Instructions have also been given to take action against the center administrators of the centers from where these three were caught. Till now the number of students who have left UP Board 10th and 12th examination has crossed 4 lakh. About 58 lakh intermediate and high school students had registered for the UP Board examination.

Two boys have been caught cheating in high school exams. In the first shift, 5,19147 candidates were registered in the High School Sanskrit and Inter Economics examination. Of these, 28,632 remained absent. 4,82,913 candidates were registered in the second shift high school music recital and intermediate painting and entertainment. Of these, 33,747 candidates remained absent. A total of 62,379 candidates did not reach the examination centre.

There is examination for important subjects of high school and intermediate on Thursday. In the first shift there is High School Science paper and in the second shift there is Intermediate Mathematics and Biology paper. 29,42,374 candidates will appear in high school and 15,84,212 candidates will appear in intermediate. High school exams will be held at 8273 centers while intermediate exams will be held at 7,959 centers. Board Secretary Dibyakant Shukla said that due to the examination of High School Science, Intermediate Mathematics and Biology, the mobile teams will be fully active. All officers have been asked to remain fully active.