- The Uttar Pradesh Government has deferred the UPMSP Class 10 and Class 12 tests.
- The UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 tests were initially planned to begin on April 24.
- Uttar Pradesh on Saturday saw a record everyday rise of 12,513 COVID-19 cases.
The Uttar Pradesh Government has deferred the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad Class 10 and Class 12 tests. An official conclusion on whether the UPMSP Class 10 and Class 12 tests will be deferred further or will be led is yet to be reported.
The UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 test delay was in light of the unforeseen flood in COVID-19 cases during the second rush of the Covid pandemic.
The UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 exams were scheduled to start on April 24:
The UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 tests were initially planned to begin on April 24. The board had first reconsidered the test dates and chose to hold it from May 8, and on April 16, because of the flood in COVID-19 cases, the UPMSP Class 10 and Class 12 tests were deferred by and large.
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As the UPMSP stated:
While delaying the UPMSP Class 10, 12 tests, UPMSP said that UP Board Class 10 and Class 12 assessments would be held after May 20, and the new timetable will be chosen in the main seven day stretch of May. Notwithstanding, no dates have been declared at this point.
A total of 56,03,813 candidates have registered for the UPMSP exam:
An aggregate of 56,03,813 applicants has enlisted for the UPMSP Classes 10 and 12 board tests. Out of the absolute enlistments, upwards of 29,94,312 understudies have applied for Class 12 tests and 26,09,501 for Class 10 UPMSP tests.
Likewise, the Uttar Pradesh Government has delayed college and school tests in the state.
Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma stated:
“Taking into account the Covid spread, optional instruction board’s (UPMSP) proposed tests from May 8 have been delayed till May 20 and college, school tests have been deferred till May 15.
A choice on tests will be required in the principal seven day stretch of May,” Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma, in his web-based media post, said.
Uttar Pradesh on Saturday recorded 12,513 COVID-19 cases:
Uttar Pradesh on Saturday saw a record everyday rise of 12,513 COVID-19 cases that took the contamination count to 16,09,140, while 281 passings have pushed the general loss of life to 17,238 in the state.
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