UP Board Exams: Strict action will be taken against students & invigilators in case of cheating

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took drastic decisions on Tuesday in a high-level meeting ahead of Uttar Pradesh Board Examinations commencing in the state from February 16. Yogi has ordered that NSA action can be imposed if anyone is caught cheating in the examination. At the same time, an FIR will also be filed against the invigilators and center administrators involved in copying.

The Chief Minister ordered the officers for the first time regarding the UP Board examinations that Static Magistrate and Sector Magistrate will be appointed at each examination centre on behalf of the District Magistrates. They will report to the District Inspector of Schools along with the District Magistrate after the examination is over, so that the day-to-day activities are known.

For the strict monitoring of the copies of the exam, CM Yogi instructed that a separate strong room should be made in place of the principal’s room for the safety of the question papers. Twenty-hour deployment of two armed policemen be ensured with CCTV monitoring, voice-equipped CCTV, DVR, router device and high-speed broadband connection installed at the examination centres. While keeping the sealed box of question papers from the district headquarters’s double-lock strongroom in the examination centres’ double-lock almirah in a closed vehicle, it should be sealed in front of the three-member centre administrator, external administrator and static magistrate.

The presence of all three should be ensured while opening the question paper. Strict action should be taken against anyone who is absent during this period. In such a situation, the permission of the District Magistrate or the Additional District Magistrate will be necessary while opening the question paper.

This time 58, 85,745 candidates have registered for the high school and intermediate examinations of the UP board. These include 31,16, 487 examinees of high school, while over 27 lakh examinees of intermediate are included. At the same time, 8,753 examination centers have been set up in the state for the exam, which includes 540 government, 3523 private and 4690 unaided colleges.

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