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UP Board: Aadhar Card Compulsory for Registrations for UPMSP Classes 9-12
The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad had made an Aadhar card compulsory for registration of classes 9 to 12. The question papers for the board exams of classes 10 and 12 will be separated into parts- subjective questions and multiple choice questions (MCQs). Schools affiliated with the UP board have been directed to appoint career counselors for the students to help them academically but also to maintain better mental health and emotional wellbeing.

by Pragti Sharma / 12 Aug 2022 14:17 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 55

UPMSP- The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad had made an Aadhar card compulsory for registration of classes 9 to 12. Last year and before that, the Aadhar details were asked at the time of registration but were not an obligatory requirement. According to the recent rule update, students registering in classes 9 to 12 will not be able to finish their applications if they don't have a valid Aadhar card.



The UP board has declared to administer the board exams in a new format from this academic year. The final examinations will be conducted in March. The schools have been instructed to organize pre-boards in January, and half-yearly exams based on the syllabus taught till September before the final exams.



According to the performance in pre-boards, schools will offer extra classes to the students with poor scores to assure good results in the board exams. The question papers for the board exams of classes 10 and 12 will be separated into parts- subjective questions and multiple choice questions (MCQs).





Considering the New Education Policy 2020, schools affiliated with the UP board have been directed to appoint career counselors for the students to help them academically but also to maintain better mental health and emotional wellbeing. The month of December will be dedicated to class 12 students for career counseling. The UPMSP also instructed schools to adopt a digital education system and build their website and ids. Students will also be offered free e-books and online study materials by the schools.



A university-ready curriculum will be embraced along with the incorporation of techniques like one lecture per week in the library as compulsory for kids, two lectures in one week devoted to experiential learning, and forming environmental clubs. The UPMSP has also directed schools to create health cards for students and ensure that students get enough time for sports and physical activities.


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