UP Board: Search of students passed from third degree before examination

UP Board: Search of students passed from third degree before examination

Before the UP Board examination, the district is not searching for topper students but for third degree pass students. According to the rules of the board, candidates who are unable to write in hand can get only third division pass student as scribe. Now the difficulty is that these days only 45 percent or less numbers come from the counting children. In such a situation, the examinees are not able to find the author.

The High School and Intermediate board exams of the Secondary Education Council will be held from February 16 to March 4. In case of hand injury or hand disability, the examinees get a scribe as a helper. It is the rule of the board that the scribe should not be in a higher class than the examinee. Generally, Inter examinees get 11th and 10th examinees get 9th students as scribes. The most important thing is that the writer should not have secured more than 45% marks in the final examination.

Means that student should be third division pass. Ever since the UP Board has implemented the moderation policy, most of the students pass in the second division. The number of students passing in third division is very less. The same formula is followed in the domestic examinations as well.

Because of this, students are not getting writer students.

Principal is not giving permission

Parents Association President Ankur Saxena said that such cases have come to him. The Principal is asking the students to bring a student with 45% marks as a scribe, based on the old rule. These days such students are not found at all. This rule should be changed in any case.

Select the student two classes below

DIOS Somaru Pradhan told that in the interest of students, a student two classes below can be taken as a writer. Even if his number is more than 45 percent. The Principal should not refuse such candidates. Send them to the DIOS office. They will be given permission after investigation.

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