This year, a total of 27,72,656 students enrolled to take the UP Board Class 10 examinations. The board is yet to decide whether or not the examinations will be held, or whether or not pupils in class 10 would be promoted.
The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) suspended board examinations for class 10 on Saturday because of the COVID-19 epidemic. The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has decided to cancel the upcoming UP Board 10th Exam 2023 in light of the prevailing pandemic situation.
Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma stated in an official statement that the council’s decision to suspend class 10 exams will help over 29.94 lakh students, allowing them to advance to the next class. He went on to say that all pupils in class 10 will be promoted to class 11 without having to take an exam.
UP 10th Class promoted Result 2023
According to sources, the UP board’s decision to promote class 10 pupils without a test this year will help almost four lakh kids who failed the previous session. Students who did not sit for the test in 2023 will be promoted to class 11 as well. 4.62 lakh students failed the UP Board Exam last year. The majority of these pupils have already registered for the 2023 academic year.
Concerns about these pupils grew after the Uttar Pradesh Board of Education requested that institutions and colleges disclose internal evaluation marks awarded to pupils scheduled to take class 10 examinations this year. The board has requested class 9 and pre-board grades, as well as half-yearly marks for Class 10 pupils.
This year, a total of 27,72,656 students enrolled to take the UP Board Class 10 examinations. Many of those who failed last year have no clue how they will be promoted this year. Over four lakh Class 10 pupils across the state board have been perplexed for the past few days. They have registered for the Class 10 exams once more.
Many schools, on the other hand, say that they have no record of class 9 tests since the board has never requested them in the past. It is yet unclear what the future holds for kids who did not receive a grade in the previous year’s assessment and who also failed the Class 10 tests.
Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad
Meanwhile, the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) in Prayagraj has announced that it would organize board examinations for pupils in grades 10 and 12. On Monday, deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma took this decision during a high-level meeting. According to Sharma, all of the necessary preparations have been made, and the board is seeking clearance from the federal government.
The examination’s final dates have yet to be revealed. Due to the reduction of teaching hours, the tests will be based on a curriculum that has been cut by 30%.