UP board exam dates 2021 for Practicals are out now. UP Board 10th and 12th class time table are expected to be released soon on the official UP board site.
After UPMSP UP Board’s 312 schools were debarred for 2021 board exams, the state is gearing up for the practical exams that are scheduled to be conducted from February 3 to February 22, 2021. The practicals would be held in two stages under strict CCTV surveillance. All the necessary guidelines and social distancing norms will be followed while conducting UP Board Intermediate Practical Exams to avoid any COVID-19 risks as well as to ensure that there are no cheating occurrences at any exam centers this year.
UP Board exam date 2021 for 10th & 12th
The Dy. CM had announced three weeks ago that the UP board 12th exam date 2021 and UP Board 10th exam date 2021 should be expected between April to May this year. As of now, only the practical exam dates are out for Class 12th board students are out. The practicals are slated to be conducted in 2 stages. In the first stage, UP Board practical exams will be conducted in Agra, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Jhansi, Chitrakoot, Faizabad, Azamgarh, Devipatan & Basti divisions. While in the second stage, the exams will be conducted in Aligarh, Meerut, Moradabad, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Mirzapur, Varanasi and Gorakhpur divisions.
- Practical Exam Dates Phase 1 – February 03 to 12, 2021
- Practical Exam Dates Phase 2 – February 13 to 22, 2021
Last year, the UP state education board had cancelled only those chapters that were cancelled by the CBSE. For instance, CBSE omitted ‘Reproduction in Organism’ and ‘Genetics and Evolution’ for the academic year 2020-2021 for class 12. UP Board had followed the cancellations of subjects from 2020-2021 in mathematics, physics and chemistry and social sciences in accordance with the chapters that were cancelled for the JEE and NEET exams last year. This year too the syllabus for the board exams have been reduced to 30 per cent. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad has released the new UP Board Syllabus 2020-21 at the official website of UPMSP at upmsp.edu.in. Candidates can check the respective syllabus of class 9th to 12th on this official website and prepare for the exam accordingly.
UP Board 10th 12th Exam 2021 Update:
The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has released a provisional list of 8497 Exam Centres for the upcoming UP Board 10th and 12th Exam 2021. Keeping in mind the COVID-19 restrictions and precautions, the state board has increased the total number of centres by nearly 10% to ensure social distancing guidelines are followed during the UP Board Exams 2021. The provisional exam centre list notified by the UP Board consists of the names of the exam venues from across the state where students will be allotted centres for the upcoming High School and Intermediate Board Exams 2021.
The UP Board Exam 2021 Centre List released by UPMSP today is provisional in nature and not the final one. The provisional list has been released for consideration of all stakeholders, including teachers, students and parents, who have been allowed to raise objections against any exam centre that is being appointed for the upcoming board exams. Stakeholders are allowed to raise objections against the provisional exam centre list until 18th February 2021. After considering all the objections, UPMSP will release the final list of exam centres for UP Board Exam 2021 on 22nd February 2021.
10% Increase in Exam Centres
UP Board has taken the extra measure to ensure that all necessary precautions are taken for the upcoming board exams. In line with this mission, UPMSP has also decided to increase the total number of exam centres for UP Board 10th and 12th Exam 2021 as compared to last year. Last year, the board exam was held at 7783 exam centre and comparison to this, for 2021 exams a total of 8497 exam centres. In terms of absolute numbers, 743 exam centres have been added to this year’s tally. While many have welcomed the 10% increase in the total number of exam centres, a few others have been critical of the move as it wouldn’t be enough to ensure social distancing, as the total number of students has remained the same.