Home Education UP Board Teachers should reach the center on time for 10th 12th examination Otherwise action will be taken – UP Board: Action will be taken against teachers who do not give duty in the examination, this decision was taken, Education News

UP Board Teachers should reach the center on time for 10th 12th examination Otherwise action will be taken – UP Board: Action will be taken against teachers who do not give duty in the examination, this decision was taken, Education News

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UP Board 2024: The department is taking a strict stance on teachers who do not reach the centers even after being assigned duty for the UP Board exams. A letter has also been issued from the board in this regard. After this, BSA has also given a final warning to the teachers and asked them to reach the center on time for the next examination of UP Board. Disciplinary action will be taken by banning withdrawal of salary of teachers who do not report for duty in the next examination.

UP Board has created 115 examination centers in the district for high school and intermediate examinations. To maintain the sanctity of the examination, most of the government teachers have also been appointed. 2100 teachers have been assigned duty from the Basic Education Department in the district, but a large number of teachers have been absent in the very first examination. On this, District School Inspector Nisha Asthana also sent a letter to BSA and instructed them to ensure the duty of teachers. In this regard, the Director of Education has also issued a letter and given instructions to the officials. Taking this seriously, BSA has warned the teachers that the teachers at the center where they have been assigned duty. After reaching that centre, he should do his duty.


UP Board class 10th-12th examination has started

The final examinations of class 10th and class 12th of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UPMSP) have started from February 22. UPMSP UP Board Exam 2024 Admit Card was released to the students through their schools. A total of 25,77,997 candidates have registered for the UP Board Intermediate exam, out of which 14,28,323 are boys and 11,49,674 are girls. Strict security arrangements have been made during the UP Board exams. In which about 2.90 lakh CCTV cameras equipped with voice recorders have been installed in about 1.35 lakh examination rooms of all 8,265 examination centres.

This is the first time in UP Board exams, when permission has been given to extend the exam time. This year, for the convenience of the students, the timing of the first shift examination is being conducted from 8.30 to 11.45 am instead of 8 am to 11.15 am and in the second shift the examination is being conducted from 2 pm to 5.15 pm. Is.