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UPMSP UP Board Exam 2024: In UP Board 10th 12th exam answer sheet changes visible vigil on social media viral question paper leak – UPMSP UP Board Exam: UP Board will give 55.25 lakhs for 10th 12th exam, these changes will be visible in the appearance of the answer sheet, Education News

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UP Board’s high school and intermediate examinations will start from 22nd February i.e. Thursday at 8265 centers in 75 districts. 776 examination centers have been declared sensitive and 275 highly sensitive in the state. In terms of copying, 16 districts – Mathura, Baghpat, Aligarh, Mainpuri, Etah, Hardoi, Azamgarh, Ballia, Mau, Prayagraj, Kaushambi, Chandauli, Jaunpur, Ghazipur, Deoria and Gonda have been considered sensitive. Board Secretary Dibyakant Shukla gave this information in a press conference on Tuesday. UP Board has taken a new step to stop exchanging answer sheets. QR code number is mentioned on each page of the copies.

For the first time, there will be a QR code in the middle of the answer sheet and there will also be a roll number. Also, the pages of the answer sheets have been stitched instead of stapled and printed in different colors. Along with this, every page of the answer book will have a serial number and the colors of the answer sheets have been changed. The Board Secretary said that 29,47,311 candidates are registered for class 10 and 25,77,997 candidates are registered for class 12. That means 55,25,308 candidates will appear in the board exam. Of these, 29,99,507 are boys and 25,25,801 are girls.

257 prisoners will give board exam
257 prisoners lodged in different jails of the state will also appear in the board examination. Of these, 139 have enrolled for Class 12 and 118 for Class 10 examination.

Surveillance through 2.90 lakh cameras with voice recorder
The Board Secretary said that 1297 Sector Magistrates, 430 Zonal Magistrates, 416 mobile teams and 75 state level supervisory officers have been appointed in all the districts for inspection and supervision of the examination centres. More than 2.90 lakh CCTV cameras with voice recorders have been installed in about 1.35 lakh examination rooms of 8265 examination centres. Arrangements for DVR (Digital Voice Recorder), router devices and high-speed internet connection have also been made. For quick resolution of complaints of candidates and general public, a call center will also be operated in the state control room, in which two helpline numbers 1800-180-5310 and 1800-180-5312 will remain active.

2.75 lakh observers will be on duty
2.75 lakh invigilators of the board exams have also been given QR codes and serial numbers containing photo identity cards. This includes 137367 secondary and 125754 basic teachers. Both high school and intermediate examinations of UP Board year 2024 are starting from 22nd February and will end on 9th March. That means a total of 12 working days examinations will be completed.

There will be 24 hour monitoring from regional offices also
Command and control centers have been set up at the UP Board headquarters in Prayagraj as well as regional offices in Meerut, Bareilly, Prayagraj, Varanasi and Gorakhpur for round-the-clock surveillance and security. The papers and the strongroom in which they are being stored so that immediate alert can be given to the District Control Centers and District Authorities in case of any attempt of copying or any other discrepancy at the examination centres.

Strict action will be taken against spreading misleading information on social media
Board Secretary Dibyakant said that if anyone spreads wrong information regarding the examination on social media, the UP Board will take strict action against it. A monitoring committee has been formed for social media news. He told that before the end of the examination of any subject in the UP Board examination to be held in the year 2024, if any question paper of that subject or any part of it or its status is transmitted through WhatsApp, social media or any other medium. If an attempt is made, such an act will be considered punishable under Section 4/10 of the Prevention of Unfair Means Act 1988.