Student – UP Board Exam: Now the number of unit tests found in class 9 was also searched

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Rae Bareli. The secondary school council has again asked for new information on the high school graduates. In the information requested for the third time, the school principals were to be instructed to upload the information on the number of grades of high school graduates in the half-year and unit tests of the ninth grade on the website.
Two days were given for this, but the information could not be uploaded due to a malfunction of the website and the deadline expired on Friday.
38,705 high school graduates are registered in 333 secondary schools in the district, of which 20067 are boys and 18,638 are girls. In a letter dated June 2, the secretary of the secondary school council asked for new information about the high school students.
It was said that high school students’ grades and grades for their monthly and semi-annual exams, conducted in their ninth grade schools, should be uploaded to the website by June 4th.
The UP board gave two days to upload the newly requested information, but the website did not run smoothly during that time. As a result, information uploading was interrupted.
District School Inspector Dr. Chandrashekhar Malviya says that upon receiving the letter from the Secretary of the Secondary School Authority, all school principals were directed to upload the requested information.
Previously requested information has been uploaded
The Abitur and intermediate exams of the UP Board have been canceled. We are looking for the numbers of previous exams for high school graduates and middle school candidates. New information about the high school students is constantly being sought.
It was asked first for the numbers of half-yearly and pre-commission exams held by high school graduates in grade 10, and then asked for information on the annual exam and project work results of the same candidates in ninth grade. All of this information has been uploaded. Similarly, information on intermediate level candidates was obtained.

Rae Bareli. The secondary school council has again asked for new information on the high school graduates. In the information requested for the third time, the school principals were to be instructed to upload the information on the number of grades of high school graduates in the half-year and unit tests of the ninth grade on the website.

Two days were given for this, but the information could not be uploaded due to a malfunction of the website and the deadline expired on Friday.

38,705 high school graduates are registered in 333 secondary schools in the district, of which 20067 are boys and 18,638 are girls. In a letter dated June 2, the secretary of the secondary school council asked for new information about the high school students.

It was said that high school students’ grades and grades for their monthly and semi-annual exams, conducted in their ninth grade schools, should be uploaded to the website by June 4th.

The UP board gave two days to upload the newly requested information, but the website did not run smoothly during that time. As a result, information uploading was interrupted.

District School Inspector Dr. Chandrashekhar Malviya says that upon receiving the letter from the Secretary of the Secondary School Authority, all school principals were directed to upload the requested information.

Previously requested information has been uploaded

The Abitur and intermediate exams of the UP Board have been canceled. We are looking for the numbers of previous exams for high school graduates and middle school candidates. New information about the high school students is constantly being sought.

It was asked first for the numbers of half-yearly and pre-commission exams held by high school graduates in grade 10, and then asked for information on the annual exam and project work results of the same candidates in ninth grade. All of this information has been uploaded. Similarly, information on intermediate level candidates was obtained.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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