UP Board Class 10 & 12 Exam 2019 Begins! CCTV Surveillance, Voice Recorders Installed at 8,354 Centres to Avoid Cheating (View Pics)
UP Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma Visits Students for a Surprise Inspection (Photo Credits: @ANINewsUP/ Twitter)

Uttar Pradesh secondary and intermediate candidates are today appearing in the board exams 2019, starting from today, February 7. All the centres are strictly monitored as examinees write the board exam under CCTV surveillance and voice recorders. The UP board has left no stones unturned to avoid any malpractices during the examination session. Class 10 board exams would end on February 28, and class 12 examinations will conclude on March 2 across the state. As per reports, about 58,06,922 candidates have registered to appear in the UP board class 10 and 12 exams 2019. UP Class 10, 12 Board Exam 2019 From Today!

Following the instructions of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the UP board has placed stringent measures to curb cheating. The district officials have been warned to be held accountable if any incidents of cheating or paper leak are reported. CCTV cameras and voice recording instruments have been installed at all the 8,354 exam centres.  Five Key Points That You Should Know About the 16-Day UP Board Examination. 

UP Board Exam 2019 Begins

UP Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma Comes for a Surprise Inspection

The government in an earlier report has declared 1,314 centres to be sensitive and 448 highly sensitive centres. The board has also set up a special task force to monitor these areas. Over the year, even in the presence of CCTV surveillance, cases of cheating were reported. Hence, for the first time this year, the board has also come up with the voice recorders. During exams, surprise inspections are also planned. The students are hence advised to study well and avoid engaging into any malpractice in the exam hall.