Amidst the threat of Corona, the doubts of the parents and students of UP have also been cleared. On the lines of CBSE board, UP board has also canceled its 12th examination. Now the biggest question has arisen that how will the marksheet of the students of UP Board be prepared, what marking scheme the board will adopt. Let us tell you that for this, the government has clarified many points from now on. Now it remains to be seen how the board will implement it.
With the cancellation of the examination, it has been made clear at the moment that no passing certificate will be given to the students for promotion in further classes, but their mark sheet will be prepared. For promotion from class 11th to 12th, students’ 11th marks and 12th pre board marks will be recognized. But the suggestions regarding this scheme have been given to the CBSE board quite differently.
Along with this, the government has also given this arrangement for the 12th result that even if the student has not given the pre board due to some reason, he will be promoted. For this, the board will adopt another scheme. To prepare the result of such students, promotion will be done on the basis of 11th and 10th examination marks.
The government has clarified that there will be a general promotion of class 12 students in the UP board, but if they want, they can give the exam next year. For now he will be promoted. If he is not satisfied with his result then he can give exam again next year. They will be allowed to give this exam only if the conditions for the offline exam are created.
Let us tell you that the students-teachers and other stakeholders of CBSE board are not considering all these points of evaluation as accurate standards. Experts argue that sometimes a student getting 33 per cent in the pre board also gets 65 to 70 per cent marks in the main examination. Apart from this, there is also a difference according to the marks of 10th and 11th.
Educationists argue that many times a student is giving entrance and other competitive examinations in various types of higher education during the 12th preboard examination itself, so he does not attend the pre board as seriously. Often, more marks come in the board than in the pre board. Therefore, the board should prepare a marking scheme keeping in mind the ratio of increasing numbers.
Let us inform that in view of Corona, the Uttar Pradesh government has also canceled its board examination. The decision was taken after a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Earlier CBSE and ICSE 12th exams were cancelled. After this decision of the Center, many boards including Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh had canceled their examinations and now the UP Board has also taken the decision to cancel the examination.
A meeting of Team-9 on Corona was held on Thursday under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Deputy CM and Secondary Education Minister Dinesh Sharma is not a member of Team 9. Nevertheless, he attended the meeting regarding the board examinations. In this meeting it was decided to cancel the examination. 26,09,501 students are registered for the 12th examination of UP Board.