The dates of the class 12 practical test have been released by the Uttar Pradesh Board on upmsp.edu.in, the board’s official website. According to the announcement, the UP Board class 12 practical test will be held in two stages, from January 25 to February 1 and from February 2 to February 9.The initial phase of the UP Board Practical examination will be held from January 25 to February 1 across the districts of Agra, Saharanpur, Bareilly, Lucknow, Jhansi, Chitrakoot, Faizabad, Azamgarh, Devipatan, and Basti. Following that, the UP Board practical test will be held in Aligarh, Meerut, Moradabad, Kanpur, Prayagraj, Mirzapur, Varanasi, and Gorakhpur from February 2 to February 9.
The high school practical test will be given in accordance with internal evaluation (project work) conducted at the school level, just like it did last year. High school students are encouraged to contact the principal of their assigned forwarding centre in order to participate in the practical exam.
The scores of the practical test will be posted on the council’s official website upmsp.edu.in by the school principals.
The Uttar Pradesh pre-board practical test for students of class 12 will be administered at the school level by middle school administrators from January 5 to January 12, 2024. The school administrators will hold the pre-board written exam for classes 10 and 12 and the annual examination for grades 9 and 11 at the school level from January 13 and January 22, 2024.
The announcement states that in order to maintain the integrity of the tests and facilitate a seamless testing process, principals are required to oversee practical exams that are monitored by CCTV. The recordings will be securely stored on a DVR by the Principal, who will be obligated to give them to the Council’s regional office on demand.
The number of candidates registering for the UP Board exams has clearly decreased this year. A total of 55,08,206 students have enrolled for the 2024 exam. According to reports, 58, 86, 634 pupils have enrolled for the 2023 board examinations.
UPMSP officials claim that the stringent tests and anti-copying policies put in place by the board are mostly to blame for the 3,76,428 decrease in the number of students enrolled for the final examinations. Last year, the UP government imposed many harsh penalty guidelines for anybody caught cheating.