UP Board Exams Begin, Yogi Wishes Students Best of Luck

LUCKNOW || The biggest exams in Asia – The UP Board examination for class X th and class XII th began in the state of Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday. Amid tightening of anti-copying mechanism in place, chief minister Yogi Adityanath wished the students appearing in the exams all the best and hoped that their efforts, hard work would yield desired results for them.

He also urged the students not to get anxious or tense over the exams but rather focus on their hard work and give the examinations to the best of their ability. 7784 exam centres have been made across the state and on the first day over 30 lakh students are taking the exam for class Xth (high School).

Over 25 lakh students are taking the intermediate exam. Deputy chief minister Dinesh Sharma, who also holds the charge of education went to the monitoring centre in the state capital on Tuesday and saw for himself the preparations put in place to ensure free and fair exams.

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