Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) is all set to begin the class 10 and class 12 exams from February 18, 2020. Around 56 lakhs students are registered for UP Board exams 2020. So, here with 5 Things To Know Before UP Board Class 10 and 12 Exams 2020. Students focusing on their revision part forget to take care of some important points which must be kept in mind in order to avoid unnecessary delay in the exam.
5 Things To Know Before UP Board Class 10 and 12 Exams 2020
#1 Carry Admit Card To Exam Hall
Students of class 10 and 12 need to carry the printed copy of their admit card along with them inside the exam hall. The admit card must have all the corrected details present on it. Make sure that your photograph is perfectly visible and match to yours along with your signature and other authorities as required.
#2 Carry Registration Card
Yes, along with the printed copy of the admit card students also required to carry the registration card. Class 10 students need to carry their class 9 registration card. While the class 12 students need to carry their class 11 registration card. Do note this point on mind and keep your registration card ready before the exam.
#3 Reach Exam Centre 15 Minutes Before
Exam of the 1st shift starts at 8:00 am. While the exam of the 2nd shift starts at 2:00 pm. Thus, make ensure that you reach your respective exam centre 15 minutes before the exam to start. Reaching late at the exam hall may result in further delay of the exam.
#4 Electronic Items Are Restricted
Electronic items such as the mobile phones, calculators, smart watches, Bluetooth devices etc are not allowed inside the exam hall. Students are allowed inside the exam hall with their geometry box and water bottle only.
#5 Strict Measures Implemented
Practising the unfair means during the exam is not a good effort. To avoid any such cases board has implemented the CCTV, voice recorders, and monitoring control room at each and every exam centre. Around 7,784 exam centres have been allocated at the state level. At the same time, around 398 centres are considered as hypersensitive and around 998 centres are sensitive.
Students appearing for the board exams need to appear for the exam with calm and fresh mind. Taking stress and overthinking affects your performance in the exam. So, revise the topics well and appear for the exam with a positive thought.
UP Board class 10 exams 2020 are going to conduct from February 18 to March 03. While the class 12 exams are from February 18 to March 06. Exams are scheduled in two shifts. First shift is from 8:00 am to 11:15 pm. While the second shift is from 2:00 pm to 5:15 pm. According to reports, around 25 lakhs of class 12 and around 31 lakhs students of class 10 are going to appear for the UP Board exam tomorrow.
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