UP board examination 2019: There’s a vital drop within the choice of applicants who’ve registered themselves for the Magnificence 10 and Magnificence 12 board exam scheduled for subsequent yr. The registrations for the board tests that ended August 20 noticed nine lakh fewer scholars enrolling for the 2019 tests. This, after the board examinations, noticed a big distinction within the choice of scholars registering for the examination and the ones if truth be told showing for it.
In keeping with a Occasions Of India file, best 56 lakh scholars have registered themselves for the tests which might be to be carried out subsequent yr, down from round 66 lakh scholars who registered for the 2018 board exam within the yr 2017. A complete of 31.five lakh scholars have registered for the Magnificence 10 examinations this yr, while 24.nine lakh scholars enrolled for the Magnificence 12 board exam.
The drastic fall within the quantity is in large part attributed to the crackdown on dishonest mafia undertaken by means of the Yogi Aditynath-led Uttar Pradesh executive previous this yr, the file quoted a UPSEB legitimate as announcing. Along with this, the legitimate mentioned, the autumn in numbers may be on account of Aadhaar card being made necessary.
“The crackdown at the copying mafia ended in a lot of scholars throwing in the towel this yr,” Shiv Lal, the UPSEB further secretary (management), mentioned. “Aadhaar being necessary for registration has got rid of faux and a couple of registrations.”
RP Mishra, state secretary, UP Secondary Schooling Lecturers’ Affiliation mentioned that the method of on-line registration has saved a take a look at on faux applicants. He added that the choice of scholars from different states who write the tests with the assistance of the dishonest mafia additionally seem to have come down this yr.