UP board exam: 16 districts including Prayagraj have been marked as sensitive for the UP board exam starting from February 16. Secretary Dibyakant Shukla has issued a letter on Monday to all Commissioners, DMs, Police Commissioners, DIGs, SSPs, SPs, Divisional Joint Director of Education, Additional Secretaries of Regional Offices and District School Inspectors regarding the conduct of peaceful examinations.
Prayagraj, Mathura, Baghpat, Aligarh, Mainpuri, Etah, Hardoi, Azamgarh, Ballia, Mau, Kaushambi, Chandauli, Jaunpur, Ghazipur, Deoria and Gonda have been marked as vulnerable.
Special focus will be on the examinations of 20 subjects
During the UP Board examination, special vigilance will be taken on the examinations of 20 subjects of high school and intermediate. According to the letter issued by the Secretary, Hindi, Home Science, Mathematics, Sanskrit, Painting, Science, English and Social Science in High School while Hindi / General Hindi in Intermediate, Geography, English, Biology, Mathematics, Civics, Economics, Physics In the dates and shifts in which examinations of Science, History, Sanskrit, Chemistry and Sociology subjects are to be held, it has been asked to ensure preventive action against copying mafia and anti-social elements along with special monitoring and vigilance.
Nominated officers will check examination centers for two days
One officer each has been nominated in all the 75 districts to curb the use of unfair means and maintain order at the board examination centres. These nominated officers will inspect the examination centers on February 8 and 9 and give their reports on the prescribed format to the Director General School Education, Secretary UP Board and District Magistrates of the concerned districts. It will be the responsibility of the DM to remove the deficiencies identified in the centers immediately.