Uttar Pradesh : Uttar Pradesh’s Board of Secondary Education (Up Board) has issued a list of guidelines to ensure ‘copy-free’ board exams in the state, which includes barring cell invigilators from using mobiles, calculators or any other electronic device Is. The Uttar Pradesh government issued a statement on Saturday saying that 50 per cent external invigilators would be deployed at the examination centers and the teachers associated with the subject for which the examination would be conducted would not be put on duty.
ban on use of electronic equipment
According to the statement, male room invigilators will not be able to search any girl student during the board exams. It has been said that women room inspectors will be deployed at the centers where girls will appear for the exam. According to the statement, no teacher or teacher will be posted at any particular examination center on his/her request for vested interest. It has been said that there will be a ban on the use of mobile, calculator or any other electronic device by the room invigilators at the examination centers.
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According to the statement, all the guidelines have been prepared in view of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s order to ensure ‘copyless’ board exams. In this, Divyakant Shukla, secretary of the Board of Secondary Education, has been quoted as saying that there will be two invigilators in each examination hall, while three invigilators will be deployed in the examination hall with more than 40 candidates. According to the statement, the invigilators will have to take full care of the confidentiality and security of the question papers.
They must ensure that no candidate is allowed to enter the examination hall with any copying material, mobile phone, calculator or any other electronic device. According to the statement, it has also been said in the guidelines that the room invigilator will inspect the examination room before the commencement of the examination to ensure that there is no text material, posters, charts or written instructions that are beneficial to the examinees. (agency)