The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has noticed a significant increase in registrations for its intermediate and high school exams , compared with last year’s. A quick look at the enrollments indicates that this year’s registrations for the class 10 and class 12 board examinations are greater than the previous year’s numbers by more than 6.74 lakh.
More than 58 million students are registered for the 2022-23 exam session of the UP Board high school and intermediate examinations. An official of the board said that there are 58,784,448 students have registered for the upcoming board exams. 31.16,458 students have signed up to take part in class 10, while 27,501,871 have registered for exam for class 12 following the closing date for registration. For contrast, 51,926,689 students signed up for the tests held during the previous session. This included 28,77,398 boys as well as 23,15,291 girls.
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Based on the information that the board officials have provided according to the board officials, of the 31,16,458 class 10 students that have been registered for this year, 31,06,156 belong to the regular category, whereas 10,302 are in the category of private. For the 12th class there are 25,68,367 students in the regular class and 1,82,504 who are in the private category.
An estimated 52,38,744 students from the classes of 9-11 are registered for the UP until the end of the date. For the session 2021-22, the board established centers across the state for examinations. The number of centres will increase due to the increase in amount of candidates.
The registrations were scheduled to close on August 8 however, they were delayed several times because of different reasons. After two extensions the registration process ended this week. Schools were instructed to upload their registration details on the official website of the UP Board by October 10. The exams for the board are scheduled to run in physical mode between February and March of next year.