UP Board 10th-12th exam will be on pre-Corona syllabus, know details

UP Board Exam 2023-24 Syllabus: The examinations of 10th-12th 2023 have been finished by the Uttar Pradesh Board. At the same time, the evaluation of copies has also started. Meanwhile, there is big news for the board students. According to the information, the examination of 2023-24 will be conducted by the board with 100 percent syllabus. Let us tell you that due to Corona virus infection, till 2023 the examination was conducted on 70 percent syllabus. Such a decision was taken by the board because the academic session was affected due to Corona infection. Also the schools had to be closed.

UP Board is the largest regional board in Asia. This time means that a total of 58 lakh students have registered for the 2023 examination. This time the board exams were held from March 16 to March 4. While the evaluation work of copies has been started from March 18. In such a situation, it is being speculated that the result of both the classes will be released by the board in the first week of May. After the release of the result, students will be able to check it by visiting the official website.

Having 100% syllabus wise exam in UP board means that students have to study hard for the exam like never before. Because questions can be asked from anywhere in the entire syllabus in the exam. Let us tell you that the second wave of corona virus infection had caused havoc in India. During the second wave, most people were unable to get beds in the hospital, due to which people were dying. During this, the worst condition was of big cities like Indore, Delhi, Bhopal, Lucknow and Mumbai.

However, schools and colleges were closed during the first wave itself. 10th-12th examinations were not even conducted by many states and students were passed on the basis of internal assessment. Due to Corona, CBSE had implemented the semester system. But this time i.e. from the 2023 session, when the situation becomes normal from Corona, the CBSE examinations have been conducted as before.

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