Apart from giving preference to private schools and student allocation, there is also a game going on in determining the centers of high school and intermediate examination of UP Board. From the city to the rural areas, students from one end were sent to the other end, leaving the center in the nearest school. Children will have to face problems due to this. In the center determination policy, there was a provision to create a maximum of 12 centers for boys and up to seven kilometers for girl students.
In contrast, a total of 64 girls, 38 from high school and 26 from intermediate from Ganga Inter College, Tulsipur, Atrampur, were sent to Janta Inter College, Mauaima, 20 kilometers away. There are also some private schools which do not meet the standards and were not included in the first list released by the Board Headquarters. But later he was made the center at the district level. About half a dozen new centers were built in the same area in Kaurihar development block of Gangapar.
The convenience of the students should have been kept in mind while determining the centres. The way children have been sent from one end of the city to the other, they will definitely face difficulty in reaching the centre.
Lalmani Dwivedi, State General Secretary Secondary Teachers Association Thakurai faction
sent students from one end to the other
In urban areas, candidates were sent from one end to the other. The children of Shivcharandas Kanhaiyalal Inter College have been sent to Bharat Scouts and Guides Inter College. Children of Agrasen Inter College Lukerganj have been sent to Radha Raman Inter College Daraganj, Dr. Ghosh Modern College, Jamuna Christian, Saraswati Vidya Mandir Mirapur and AM Girls Inter College Nihalpur have been sent to Ishwar Sharan Inter College. 261 girl students of Kidwai Girls College, Himmatganj were sent to Naveen Mahila Seva Sadan, Bairahna. It will be difficult to reach the designated center in the city especially for the second shift examination due to traffic and jam.