Challenge: 45,000 students have to upload grades in four days – Challenge: 45,000 students have to get grades in four days

Challenge: 45,000 students have to upload grades in four days
Bijnor Cybercafés are closed during the Corona curfew. In the meantime, uploading more than 44,000 Mark Inter students to the website has become a junk. The UP Board has asked to upload the pre-board grades as well as the biannual and annual grade 11 exams to the council website. DIOS will be held responsible if it is not uploaded.
In light of Corona’s curfew, there is confusion about the UP board running the high school and inter-exams. About a week ago, the board had uploaded the pre-board grades and semi-annual and annual exams of students appearing on the high school exam on the council’s website. The curfew for Corona is underway. Cyber ​​cafés are closed. Not all schools have their own system for uploading grades. Schools upload numbers in cyber cafés. Now the government has asked the students who show up for the exam to upload the pre-board and half-yearly and annual grades of grade 11 to the council’s website. 44,171 students were enrolled for the board exam in 387 schools in the district in 2021. These students’ grades and integers are due to be uploaded by May 28th. According to the instructions of the board secretary, DIOS is directly responsible if the points are not uploaded. DIOS Rajesh Kumar says that instructions have been sent to the schools on this. Node officers will report back daily.

Challenge: 45,000 students have to upload grades in four days

Bijnor Cybercafés are closed during the Corona curfew. In the meantime, uploading more than 44,000 Mark Inter students to the website has become a junk. The UP Board has asked to upload the pre-board grades as well as the biannual and annual grade 11 exams to the council website. DIOS will be held responsible if it is not uploaded.

In light of Corona’s curfew, there is confusion about the UP board running the high school and inter-exams. About a week ago, the board had uploaded the pre-board grades and semi-annual and annual exams of students appearing on the high school exam on the council’s website. Corona curfew is in progress. Cyber ​​cafés are closed. Not all schools have their own system for uploading grades. Schools upload numbers in cyber cafés. Now the government has asked the students who show up for the exam to upload the pre-board and half-yearly and annual grades of grade 11 to the council’s website. 44,171 students were enrolled for the board exam in 387 schools in the district in 2021. These students’ grades and integers are due to be uploaded by May 28th. According to the instructions of the board secretary, DIOS is directly responsible if the points are not uploaded. DIOS Rajesh Kumar says that instructions have been sent to the schools on this. Node officers will report back daily.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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