UP Board Exam: 1938 children left the exam on the first day in Gautam Buddha Nagar, the entire year's hard work was wasted!

Greater Noida News: Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UP Board) high school and intermediate examinations have started from Thursday. About two thousand students did not turn up to take the exam on the first day. On the first day on Thursday, high school and intermediate students took the examination of Hindi and other subjects in two shifts at 59 centres. 

The examination was completed successfully

District School Inspector Dr. Dharamveer Singh said that in the first shift, High School Hindi and Intermediate Military Science examination was conducted. In the second shift, high school commerce and intermediate Hindi exams were held. In the first shift, 22,974 candidates were registered, out of which 1266 students remained absent. In the second shift, 672 out of 19,527 students were absent. Due to the paper being easy, happiness was visible on the faces of the students. At the same time, police were deployed outside the schools to ensure safe conduct of the examination. No student was allowed to enter the examination centers without admit card, keeping

A sharp eye for 500 meters .

Computer cafes, photo copy and stationery shops etc. remained closed for about 500 meters around the centre. From time to time, center administrators visited the centers and took stock. Police were also deployed at the entrance. Teachers also did duty without mobile phones. The examination was conducted under the surveillance of CCTV cameras.

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