News Desk, Amar Ujala, Lucknow
Published by: Pankaj Srivastava
Updated Thu, 17 Jun 2021 10:21 PM IST
To decide the formula for the results of the examination, a committee constituted under the chairmanship of Aradhana Shukla, Additional Chief Secretary, Secondary Education Department, has prepared the draft after consultation from various levels.
UP Board: Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education
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High school and intermediate board exams have been canceled due to corona infection in the state. The state government has decided to pass 29,94,312 candidates of high school and 26,10.316 of intermediate without examination. The committee constituted under the chairmanship of ACS Aradhana Shukla to decide the formula for high school and intermediate board examination results has received 3910 suggestions. State legislators, educationists, parents, teachers have given suggestions in this. After studying all the suggestions, the committee has prepared the committee report in the interest of the students.
That’s why UP’s formula is different
The process of teaching in CBSE is different. Education is different in UP Board. For the first time in UP board pre-board examination has been held whereas in CBSE pre-board is being done for a long time. There will be different formula for agriculture, physical education. The draft prepared by the committee will be presented to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath by June 20. It will be implemented after the approval of the Chief Minister.
fees will not be refunded
It is told that the candidates who have passed without examination in High School and Intermediate Board will be given a chance to improve their marks in the upcoming board examination. Candidates will be able to improve their result by giving examination in one subject or all subject. At that time they will not be charged the examination fee. Therefore the examination fee collected from the candidates will not be refunded.
such a decision
1. If a student got 80 marks out of 100 in English subject in class 9. So on the basis of 50% marks, 40 marks of 9th class will be given. If you have secured 60 marks out of 100 in English subject in Pre-Board of class 10, then 30 marks for Pre-Board 4 will be taken on the basis of 50 percentile. In this way in high school, 70 out of 100 marks will be given to the examinee in English subject.
If a student had obtained 70 marks out of 100 in Hindi in the 10th board examination, then on the basis of 50 percent, 35 marks of class 10th will be taken. If a student had secured 60 marks out of 100 in Hindi in class 11th, then 24 marks of class 11th will be taken on the basis of 40 percent. If you have obtained 60 marks out of 100 in Hindi in the 12th pre-board, then 6 marks will be taken in the pre-board on the basis of ten percent. In this way, 65 percent marks will be given to the candidate in Intermediate in Hindi subject.