UPMSP UP Board Exam 2022: More than four lakh students left the paper on the very first day of UP Board’s High School and Intermediate exam due to the government’s rigor regarding no-exam copying. STF, LIU and local law enforcement were deployed to 254 sensitive and 861 sensitive centers in the state to prevent fraud and conduct the investigation fairly.
On the first day, there was paper of High School Hindi, Elementary Hindi and Inter Military Science in the shift from 8am to 11:15am while Inter Hindi and General Hindi in the second shift from 2pm to 5:15am. According to the information received by the board of directors of all 75 districts, 2,61,058 students were absent from the first shift. The information from the second shift could not be received from the districts until 9 p.m.
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However, according to sources, 1.5 lakh candidates remained absent from the second squad. More than 100 copycats are said to have been caught on both shifts. Static magistrates were placed in all 8,373 centers in the state. No one was allowed to carry the phone in the exam center except the center administrator and the static magistrate. According to the office correspondent from Lucknow, the high school and high school candidates have solved the Hindi and elementary Hindi questionnaire in the first and second shift. It was a pleasure to have simple question paper on the faces of the candidates who came out after three hours of the exam. On the first day in the capital, 6,716 students left the exam in both shifts. 92,113 students were enrolled in high school and intermediate.
Of the 47,679 students enrolled in the first shift, 44,479 entered the exam and 3192 left the exam. At the same time, of the 42883 registered students in the second shift, 39359 students took the exam and 3,524 waived the exam. For the exam, which started at 8 am, the candidates had reached the exam center between 7 am and 7:30 am.