U.P Madhyamic Shiksha Parishad Information Site
There was before the several months ago the Utter Pradesh Madhymik Shiksha Parishad was release an official notification regarding to upcoming exams and them exam form. After publishing this notification in this state board here was huge number of students was gill own application form to get appear in this year upcoming exams. after filling them examination application forms all students belongs from various different schools which is affiliated from this state education board also now start them all upcoming examination preparation. To get good marks in these exams all students have to work hard for these upcoming exams. to get well prepared all students also having require some study materials these are such as previous year question papers, model papers, etc. so for all these students this examination board will be also publish online them all exams model papers to get well prepared in this exams. By the help of these model test papers all students also can be take idea about these examination papers.
The Utter Pradesh Madhymik Shiksha Parishad is an Utter Pradesh state government recognized examination board. From this examination board organize number of exams in every year. For this entire exam from this board here also number of students also gets admitted in this board. so to get good marks in all examination will be organized by this board here will be also soon publish for all students them model test papers for Intermediate class for various subjects are such as Sociology, Education, Business organization and correspondence, Mathematics, English, etc.
Uttar Pradesh State Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (Secondary School Board) is ready to distribute the 10th class online admit cards for Hindi and English medium students. Every year the UPMSP has conducted the 10th class board examination from March to April for all regular and private students. UP Board 10th Admit Card (Pravesh Patra) 2016 is 2016 is now available for the students at upmsp.nic.in, which is the official website of UP Board. 10 class examination of UP Board will be held in the month of March/April 2016. The Uttar Pradesh Board of High School Education is a state level Government Board of Education.
All the Students who are studying in 10 class can get their UP Board Secondary & Senior Secondary Admit Card 2016 from their school or all the students may also download their admit card from UP Board’s official website which is given above. UP Board 10th class exam 2015-16 admit card will be available in the month of February 2016 (as expected). Students can also check the Date sheet of the examination from the same site. Admit Card is very important for all students who are appearing in the exam of UP 10 class Board, students are advised to download admit card from the website check your details, without admit card or Identity card candidates will not be able to enter in the Examination hall.
Candidate must have to download their admit card before the examination date & take the printout of it. Admit card download link, the procedure is mentioned below. Candidates can download their admit cards by filling required information mentioned at the site of the UP Board. UP 10th admit card 2016 Download now online from the site of UP Board at upmsp.nic.in. Generally, the UP Board organizes 10th class examination in the month of March/April and UP 10th Exam Pravesh Patra 2016 will be available one month (February) before the commencement of the exam. Students can collect it from their respective schools or may also download online from official link.
The Board of High School and Intermediate Education (UPMSP), Uttar Pradesh has released class 10 date sheet on the official website. The exams will commence from February 18 and will conclude on March 9.
ALLAHABAD: The UP Board has decided to withdraw recognition to schools that failed to send teachers for invigilation work in the ongoing class X and XII examination. Besides, the board has also announced cancellation of leaves of all teachers and asked them to immediately report for duty.
The Board is in the process of compiling the list of schools that did not send teachers for invigilation work. A board official said, "Most of the schools had furnished details of number of academic and non-academic staff at the time of seeking registration. However, in reality most of these schools rely on guest teachers. Hence, the shortage of invigilators."
Secreatry, Amarnath Verma said, "The DIoS have been asked to take action against schools that failed to send their teachers for invigilation work despite prior notice. Action will also be taken against teachers found absent during duty hours."
Following news of widespread copying, across the state, in absence of invigilators, the board has directed district inspector of schools (DIoS) of all 75 districts to withdraw recognition of schools that fail to provide a suitable explanation for failure to send teachers.
The Board has also directed DIoS to serve show cause notices to schools that failed to send teachers for duty on day one and two of the exams and direct them to send their teachers for invigilation work with immediate effect.
The decision was taken following reports of centres using a couple of available invigilators to conduct the exams owing to scarcity of teachers. At few centres, even clerks were roped in for invigilation work.
The board has also cancelled leaves of teachers and asked them to report for duties immediately. Officials have also warned of stringent action against those failing to report for duty.
Sources claimed that on the first day of the board, only 50% of the invigilators reported for duty at centres situated in remote areas of the state.
ALLAHABAD: At least 150 examinees of UP Board were caught using unfair means in class 10 and 12 examinations across the state on Friday. With it the number of copycats has increased to 312 on the second-day of the exams. The number of students caught cheating in high school across the state was 81 while 69 were nabbed using cheating materials like solver and mobile in intermediate exams. On the second day, class 10 students appeared in music paper while class 12 students wrote home science and language papers. Absence of static magistrates in some of the examination centres in trans-Yamuna and trans-Ganga areas ensured a free-hand to the copy mafia. In several centres, flying squad members were surprised to find galleries of the centres full with cheating material thrown away by students. Board officials said that in absence of evidence action was not taken on examination centres. UP Board secretary Amarnath Verma told TOI: "On Friday, 68 boys and 13 girls were caught using unfair means in the class 10 exams while 46 boys and 23 girl students were caught cheating in class 12 exams. A girl of Ganga Inter College in the trans-Ganga area of the district was caught cheating in Home Science exams." Meanwhile, district inspector of school Komal Yadav on Friday ordered that salary disbursement of an invigilator be freezed. The invigilator was caught promoting use of unfair means at Jawahar Lal Inter College, Sahson on the first day of the exams. The board has till now caught seven impersonators. Five such persons were caught in Kaushambi, while one each was caught in Pratapgarh and Allahabad districts. As per board officials, the accused have conceded to having taken Rs 5,000 for appearing in place of students in various schools. Meanwhile, a flying squad member claimed that due to absence of police force, several centres in rural area were at the mercy of copy mafia. "Even parents and friends of examinees were found loitering on the campus of centres in villages and helping students," claimed a magistrate preferring anonymity. On Saturday, class 10 students would be appearing in Commerce while class 12 students would appear in Economics and Geography in the first and second sessions.
Once the examination date sheets of various school boards are announced, anxiety and stress engulf not only the examinees but also their parents. Kapil Sibal of UPA II had his own ideas to make life easier for the children. He abolished examinations up to Class VIII and made Class X board exams optional. Everyone was initially happy. He also introduced Continuous and Comprehensive Examination (CCE) instead of annual examinations. CCE is one reform that is pedagogically considered far better than the existing system of annual external examination. The Kothari Commission (1964-66) recommended ‘continuous internal evaluation’, which can be put to practice only if conducted by trained teachers dealing with ‘manageable teacher-taught ratios’. The existing conditions in government schools are shockingly inadequate for regular evaluation.
A compliant CBSE, however, trained school principals for a day and introduced CCE, while the government schools, perennially short of teachers, were in no position to bring it in practice. Learner attainments became the responsibility of the learner alone. The worst sufferers are children from weaker sections with little family support for learning augmentation. On record, it is CCE across the board in the school education system. In private schools, with appropriate teacher-taught ratios, CCE is being implemented as instructed. Project preparation, a major component in CCE, instead of developing skills in critical thinking has led to copying from the Internet or—as an additional task for parents—purchasing a ready-made project from the market. New dimensions of stress have emerged, however. Weekly test on Monday means total loss of the holiday experience on Sunday, no visits, no outings. Researches in future would prove how this provision has adversely impacted family ties and wholesome growth of a child. Introduction of the grading system did bring some relief but that is confined to schools having teachers who understand the real difference between marks and grades, and are skilled enough to convey it to the parents. Such schools have an added responsibility of educating the parents. The loss of credibility of government schools has enhanced parental anxiety, which creates pressure on the learners. Parental pressure, particularly the assertion of ‘what I could not achieve, you must’, causes stress on learners. Similar is the case of parents who would like their ward to score more than the neighbour’s child.
Call it by any name, or conduct it in any manner, comparisons and competitions are two challenges that are to be faced by every child in his adult life. Examinations, conducted in an empathetic environment and through pedagogically sound procedures, could identify the areas that require additional remedial inputs. But that rarely happens. The damage that examinations could inflict upon the learner is best articulated in words of Einstein: “One had to cram all this stuff into one’s mind for examinations, whether one likes it or not. This coercion had such a deterring effect that, after I had passed the final examination, I found the consideration of any scientific problem distasteful to me for an entire year.” He was fortunate to get out of the dampening impact in a year. This must be a rare case of a genius, not many, once thrown in the despair, are lucky to shake it off. How many of children study what they find ‘tasteful and interesting’?
Education policies and curriculum require regular changes and every change must result in load reduction. Some stress is bound to be there, but the levels can certainly be reduced. Evaluation procedures are supposed to encourage the child to move ahead in the area of his interest. That requires professionally equipped teachers and parental awareness of their responsibility. It is an encouraging sign that there is some rethinking on the issue of CCE or annual examination.
ALLAHABAD: Around 2,500 students of 253 schools to which the DIoS office had served notice after the examinees were found to have registered themselves from more than one examination centre, would be appearing in the UP Board exams from Thursday. The notice was served on January 29. Several schools had failed to submit the explanation to the UP Board. Despite this, it has been decided not to jeopardize their career of students. The explanation was sought after students sitting in class 10 and 12 of UP Board applied online from more than one centre. As per norms, students could register themselves from only one examination centre. The schools, also serving as examination centres, were asked to give a report in this regard within February 5. However, after the scrutiny of the information feed by the registered students, the DIoS found that over 3,500 students had applied from more than one school. The DIoS said, "The UP Board is the competent authority to take appropriate action against the defaulters but students will not be allowed to suffer." This year, for the first time, students were asked to apply online for the exams and the schools were supposed to feed the data of the regular students. As per the regulation, the students were supposed to apply from one school only but it was found that they applied from several schools. At least 253 such schools have been identified where there were more than one registration and notices have been served accordingly. UP Board sources claimed that copy mafia is involved in the issue.
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