UP Class 12 board exams 2024 begin today for 25,60,882 students

UP Class 12 board exams 2024 will start with the military science paper in the morning shift and general Hindi, Hindi papers in the evening shift.

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The UPMSP has appointed 2.75 lakh invigilators to prevent cheating in board exams. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)The UPMSP has appointed 2.75 lakh invigilators to prevent cheating in board exams. (Image: Wikimedia Commons)

Vagisha Kaushik | February 22, 2024 | 07:59 AM IST

NEW DELHI: The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Board (UPMSP) will commence Class 12 board exams 2024 today, February 22, for the academic session 2023-24. The UP Board 12th exams 2024 will be held in two shifts – morning shift from 8:30 am to 11:45 am and evening shift from 2 pm to 5:15 pm.

A total of 25,60,882 students have registered for the UPMSP 12th exams this year including 14,12,806 male students and 11,48,076 females, as per reports.

UP Class 12 board exams 2024 are beginning with the military science paper in the morning shift and general Hindi, Hindi papers in the evening shift.

It will be mandatory for students to carry their admit cards along with a photo ID to the allotted examination centres. Class 12 candidates are also advised to follow the instructions provided in the admit card related to dress code, centre, reporting time, things to carry, exam-day guidelines, and more.

Also read UP Class 10 Board exam 2024 begins today with Hindi, commerce papers; last-minute tips

Sharing tips on board exams, UPMSP asked students to read the question paper and to start writing the answers only after understanding the instructions given in the question paper properly.

In order to make the UP board exams cheating-free, the administration is trying new methods, said the information and public relations department. This time, examiners have been issued identity cards with QR codes.

Around 2.75 lakh invigilators have been appointed for conduct of cheating-free board exams, as per media reports shared by board secretary Dibyakant Shukla. The ID cards of invigilators will mention the teacher’s graduation subject and the subject being taught at a school so that a teacher of the same subject for which the exam is being held is not put on duty.

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