UP Board 2024: Schools selected for UP Board exam centers verified, list to be released soon

UP Board 2024: Physical verification of schools has been completed to determine the examination centers for the upcoming high school and intermediate board examinations of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council. The above verification has been uploaded by the District School Inspector on the website of the Board. Now the list of proposed examination centers from the board will be sent to the district administration. The board examination centers will be finalized under the chairmanship of DM.

After the submission of the high school and intermediate board examination forms for the year 2023-24 of the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council, the process of determining the examination centers is now going on. For this, DM had formed a team under the chairmanship of SDM in all tehsils and given instructions for physical verification of the standards of examination centers in schools. SDMs of all the tehsils have inspected the schools in their respective tehsil areas and given the verification report.

According to the said report, the District School Inspector has uploaded the school-wise inspection data on the website. There are a total of 285 secondary schools in the district. Of these, 42 schools are government and 71 are financially aided, while the rest are unfunded schools. This time 31 thousand 733 candidates have been registered in high school. Whereas there are about 27 thousand candidates in Intermediate. District School Inspector Dharmendra Sharma says that on the instructions of the government, the data of schools has been uploaded on the website of UP Board for determining the board examination centres. The proposed examination centers will be uploaded from there only. After this, the determination of examination centers will be finalized with the permission of DM.

Only four government schools are meeting the standards

There are 42 government schools in the district. The second board has also given instructions to give priority to government schools in making them examination centres, but there are only four government schools in the district which are meeting the standards of examination centres.

Among these, Government Inter College of Muzaffarnagar, Sisauli, Government schools of Bhaisi and Garhi Sekhawat are the only ones which are meeting the standards of examination centres. Whereas other schools neither have the facility of CCTV cameras nor adequate staff etc. Therefore, every year these schools are made examination centres.