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Paper leak not re-examined for the first time after 30 years in UP Board Exam latest news update 2023

Latest Updated 05/03/2023: UP Board's high school and intermediate examinations were completed safely and without cheating on Saturday. This is the first time in thirty years that not a single complaint of paper leak, wrong opening or mass copying was received from the examination centres. This was the reason that the board did not have to conduct the re-examination after the end of the examination this year. The main reason for the absence of paper leaks was the raiding of strong rooms in the examination centers till late night.

For the first time, due to keeping the question papers in a strong four-layer envelope, there was no wrong opening anywhere. Secretary Dibyakant Shukla said on Saturday that the effect of the board's strictness was that out of 58,85,745 candidates registered in class 10th-12th, 4,31,571 left the examination. 133 solvers have been caught through Aadhaar number. All have been sent to jail and action has been initiated to snatch the recognition of these fake candidates where they were registered.

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With the completion of the evaluation examination from 18 March, the board has started preparing for the result. The evaluation of answer books will start from 18 March at 257 centers in all the districts of the state.

6590 students left the exam in Lucknow

Compared to earlier in 126 examination centers built in Lucknow, no copycats were caught in the UP Board examination this year. However, on the first day of the examination, on February 16, a solver was caught taking the exam in place of a friend from Veerangana Uda Devi Government Inter College, Mal. 126 examination centers of UP Board were made in Lucknow. As against 103848 students registered in high school and intermediate, 6590 children did not take the exam. 3279 left the exam in high school, 3311 in intermediate. 2380 candidates left the exam on the last day.

Mobile team installed bulb

On the last day of board examinations, the inspection of the congregational cell found flaws in many schools. When there was less light in an examination hall of the Railway Higher Secondary School, Charbagh, Dr. Dinesh Kumar, in-charge of the mobile team got LED bulbs installed.