The teams of the District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) would investigate the cases for corrections from Class 9-12 till November 15. This will also help in checking fake cases, said an official.
Nearly 56 lakh students, who would be taking the Uttar Pradesh Board examination, will no longer have to face hurdles in getting any rectification done in their educational certificates as the Board has made online arrangements now.
Board secretary Nina Srivastava said district schools would be collecting the existing certificates from the schools in the district and corrections would be made as per the school records. She said the corrected versions would be uploaded on the website.
The teams of the District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) would investigate the cases for corrections from Class 9-12 till November 15. This will also help in checking fake cases, said an offical.
For correction in errors in the educational details of high school/intermediate institutional and individual students of the year 2020 and students who have made advance registration in class 9-11, links have been provided in the official website of the Uttar Pradesh Education Board, where concerned student can give information about the error for correction.
The Board would be uploading till November 9 the names of the centres conducting the high school examination 2020.
“The board wants to better the examination systems of the state, and this initiative is one of the many taken by the board to improve the conditions. We also don’t want students to suffer or face any harassment in future due to faulty mark sheets.”
From this year, the mark sheets will also contain names in Hindi, following the directions of Allahabad High Court. “The name, school name, and other information will be printed both in Hindi and English for the students taking Class 10, 12 examination from 2020 onwards,”.
Earlier in March, the Allahabad High Court had directed the board to print names in Hindi and English in the mark sheets.
The board will release the list of examination centres by November 9. The list will be available at the website, and the final list will be released after getting communications from schools regarding their feasibility in conducting board examinations, the board chairman said.
This year, a total of 56,01,034 students will appear for the class 10 and 12 board examinations, which will commence from February 18, 2020.