The Examination Will Be Conducted Under The Supervision Of Sector-static Magistrate


Shamli. Preparations have intensified for the UP Board’s high school and intermediate marks improvement exams to be held from September 18. In order to conduct the peaceful examination without copying, the administration has formed a mobile team along with the appointment of zonal, sector and static magistrates. Answer sheets and question papers have reached the examination centers.
This year the result of UP Board High School and Inter was declared on July 31. Due to lack of examination due to Corona, the government promoted all the students registered in the board on the basis of internal assessment. The students who are dissatisfied about the result of the UP Board were given a chance to appear in the examination for the improvement of marks. In this, all categories of students, including general, non-promoted, absent category and low scorers, who will be able to give examination to students in one or more subjects to improve the marks obtained in the examination or the result.
For the improvement of marks in the district, 566 students in high school and 594 in intermediate have registered for the marks improvement examination. From September 18 to October 6, board exams will be held at nine centers. Of these, two examination centers have been set up in Shamli, Kandhla, Thana Bhawan, one each in Jhinjhana, Oon and Kairana.
The district administration has made Deputy Collector Devendra Singh the Zonal Magistrate and Deputy Collector Sanjeev Jain as the nodal officer to ensure that the examination is conducted peacefully and without cheating. Apart from this, five sector magistrates and 18 static magistrates have been appointed. A control room has been set up in the DIOS office. Along with this, a mobile team has been formed.
District School Inspector Sardar Singh, Kuldeep Malik, Munawar Hasan and Reshu have been included in the mobile team. Answer sheets and question papers have reached all the centres. The District Inspector of Schools said that the preparation for the board examination for the improvement of marks has been completed.

Shamli. Preparations have intensified for the UP Board’s high school and intermediate marks improvement exams to be held from September 18. In order to conduct the peaceful examination without copying, the administration has formed a mobile team along with the appointment of zonal, sector and static magistrates. Answer sheets and question papers have reached the examination centers.

This year the result of UP Board High School and Inter was declared on July 31. Due to lack of examination due to Corona, the government promoted all the students registered in the board on the basis of internal assessment. The students who are dissatisfied about the result of the UP Board were given a chance to appear in the examination for the improvement of marks. In this, all categories of students including general, non-promoted, absent category and low scorers, who will be able to give examination to students in one or more subjects to improve the marks obtained in the examination or the result.

For the improvement of marks in the district, 566 students in high school and 594 in intermediate have registered for the marks improvement examination. From September 18 to October 6, board exams will be held at nine centers. Of these, two examination centers have been set up in Shamli, Kandhla, Thana Bhawan, one each in Jhinjhana, Oon and Kairana.

The district administration has made Deputy Collector Devendra Singh as Zonal Magistrate and Deputy Collector Sanjeev Jain as the nodal officer to conduct the examination peacefully and without cheating. Apart from this, five sector magistrates and 18 static magistrates have been appointed. A control room has been set up in the DIOS office. Along with this, a mobile team has been formed.

District School Inspector Sardar Singh, Kuldeep Malik, Munawar Hasan and Reshu have been included in the mobile team. Answer sheets and question papers have reached all the centres. The District Inspector of Schools said that the preparation for the board examination for the improvement of marks has been completed.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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