The board is going to give this special facility to the high school, intermediate test takers of Uttrakhand Board this time, which will make their biggest difficulty easier.
This time board will be used in high school, intermediate examinations of Uttarakhand Board. In this, the examination program (scheme) will also be printed after admission letter payable to all the test takers. BMS Rawat, Joint Secretary of the Board, said that this time, for getting the examination program for all the examiners, it will also be mentioned in the examination program behind all the entrance test letters. Its aim is to bring the board’s original examination program to all the examiners including remote areas.
High School and Intermediate Board Examinations of Uttarakhand School Education Council will commence from March 5 next year. The completion of these examinations will be on March 24. For the 2.81 lakh applicants across the state, 1309 examination centers have been set up in all the 13 districts. Prior to this, there will be experimental examinations from February to 28th February.
After the members’ consent in the meeting held on Friday in the board office, the Council Secretary Dr. Neeta Tiwari announced the examination program-2011. Told that on March 5 the intermediate paper will be held on the first day, whereas the high school examination will start from March 6. 1,4,474 students in high school and 1,32,371 examinees in Intermediate.
The assessment work will run from April 1 to June 5. After that the results of the examination will be announced. During this time, the Joint Secretary of the Council BMS Rawat, Dr. Nandan Singh Negi, BD, Andola, Kuber Singh Kadakoti, BC Prereti, NK Joshi, Rajiv Rawat, Haripraya Sati etc. were present in the meeting.
This time the board has created 1309 examination centers. These include 44 single out of the state, 1265 mixed examination centers. The highest number of 165 centers in Pauri, while at least 41 centers have been made in Champawat. In Haridwar, along with nine new centers, 41 sensitive in Nainital and 11 sensitive areas have been declared in Pauri.
The meeting of the committee was held in the chairmanship of the Secretary on Friday. Board Secretary Dr. Neeta Tiwari said that in the high school, intermediate, the committee got total episode 53, out of which 35 episodes were received. Eight recommended affidavits were sanctioned, 10 adjourned cases were settled. The meeting was attended by Additional Secretary NC Pathak, Joint Secretary BMS Rawat, RC Pandey, KPS Gusai, Manoj Agri etc.