UP Board Exam Date 2021 Update: With the rapid rise in the corona epidemic and panchayat elections being held in UP, the possibility of changing the exam dates for the 10th and 12th boards is being expressed again.
UP Board Exam Date 2021 Update: With the rapid rise in the corona epidemic and panchayat elections being held in UP, the possibility of changing the exam dates for the 10th and 12th boards is being expressed again. Meanwhile, the Allahabad High Court has also directed the state government to be strict in dealing with Corona. The High Court said that the state government should investigate the coronation of all high school and inter-school students. Read more – UP Board Exam 2021 Date: UP Board High School, Intermediate exam may be delayed, find out all the information involved
Significantly, board exams in the state are set to begin on the 24th of this month. However, the UP Secondary Education Council has not yet issued a statement on changing the date of the exam. But it is so important that panchayat elections are about to take place in the state and the council is also anxious to conduct the test considering the fast-growing cases of corona. Read more – UP: Liquor Party-Rain Dance Party in UP, otherwise new guidelines on Holi and Panchayat elections released
The State Election Commission has already requested the council to change the date of the examination, considering the election situation in conflict with the date of the election. Read more – UP Gram Panchayat Elections: BJP to ‘democracy’ in 56,000 villages for UP panchayat elections, including ministers, MPs, MLAs
The High Court’s comment and the fact that the incidence of coronas in the state is increasing very fast, it is hoped that the date of the board examination may be changed.
The State Election Commission has decided to hold panchayat elections in the state in four phases. The 10th and 12th board exams will be held in the state from April 24 to May 12. According to commission sources, the counting of panchayat elections will be held on May 2.