UP Board Exams 2021: Online application date extended by UP board

The schools and colleges in Uttar Pradesh were reopened on December 7, with several safety guidelines set into place by the state government and the health department.

Shivani Arora

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Published on 24 Dec 2020 8:34 AM GMT

UP Board Exams 2021: Online application date extended by UP board
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The last date for the submission of the online application form has been extended for the Uttar Pradesh Class 10 and 12 board exams 2021. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council (UP Board) has revised the last date for online application forms for high school and intermediate examination 2021 to be uploaded online till January 5, 2021.

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The examination fee can be submitted with the late fee till January 5, 2021. Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that this amendment has been made to the institutional and individual students of the UP board examination in view of the circumstances arising due to coronavirus infection.

UP Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that the UP Board has revised the last date for uploading the information of examination fees. Deposited in the treasury. And the academic details of the students on the council website, upmsp.edu.in.

He also said that the last date for submission of a copy of the nomination containing a photo of UP Board registered candidates and a copy of the related treasury to the Zonal Offices of the Council has been extended till January 10, 2021.

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Uttar Pradesh schools reopening

The schools and colleges in Uttar Pradesh were reopened on December 7. Also, with several safety guidelines set into place by the state government and the health department. Despite the concerns of the parents, the schools will remain open for the time being.

The Allahabad High Court also expressed its concerns over the reopening of schools in the state amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, as is a high risk of children and staff getting exposed to the virus if the safety protocols are neglected.

The UP government issued a list of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Before the reopening of schools in the state on December 7. Also, which includes guidelines such as wearing a mask at all times. In addition, maintaining proper social distance, and regular washing of hands.

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