UP Board compartmental exam 2019: Apply for improvement and compartment exam by May 31, read full details here
UP Board students who failed in one subject can apply for appearing in improvement examination while those who failed in two subjects can apply for compartment examination on board’s website www.upmsp.nic.in latest by May 31, said an official.Updated: May 18, 2019 12:48 IST
UP Board students who failed in one subject can apply for appearing in improvement examination while those who failed in two subjects can apply for compartment examination on board’s website www.upmsp.nic.in latest by May 31, said an official.
“Such students should submit an application along with a photocopy of their result and Rs 256 as examination fee to the principal of their respective schools,” said board secretary Neena Srivastava. She further said the principal’s should deposit the amount in treasury and upload the details of the candidate along with details of treasury challan on board’s website latest by May 31.
Srivastava said improvement and compartment examinations are likely to be held next month, dates of which would be announced soon.
She said, strict anti-copying measures had enabled the board regain sanctity in its high school and intermediate examinations and eliminate involvement of copying mafia.
The 2019 UP Board examinations were held in a record 16 working days.
The examination witnessed 6.52 lakh examinees quit the high school and intermediate examinations midway largely due to lack of opportunity for using unfair means. The strict anti copying measures, as revealed by UP Board officials, also cast its affect on performance of institutions affiliated to it resulting in a significant 165 schools registering zero results.
Official records revealed in 2018, the count of schools registering zero results was 150 while in 2017 the same was pegged at 163.
Moreover, strict anti copying measures had also cast its affects on overall results of government run schools, aided schools as well as non-aided schools affiliated to the Board.
A significant 249 schools, including 15 government run schools, 58 aided schools besides 176 non-aided institutions, had registered less than 20% result in intermediate examination. Similarly, 139 schools, including 50 government run schools, 5 aided schools besides 84 non-aided institutions, recorded less than 20% result in high school examinations.