The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) has made Aadhaar mandatory for the registrations of classes 9 to 12. Until last year, the Aadhaar details were requested at the time of registration but was not a mandatory requirement. After this recent rule update, students who register will not be able to complete their application if they do not have a valid Aadhaar card. According to a report from a leading daily newspaper, the rule update for the registration process was made following an instruction from the UP board in this regard.
The UP board has now announced that it will conduct the board exams in a new format from this academic year. The final exams are in March. Prior to the final exams, schools have been instructed to hold pre-boards in January and semi-annual exams based on the syllabus taught until September.
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Based on the performance in the pre-board exams, schools will offer additional classes to the students with poor scores to ensure better results in the board exams. The questions for the grades 10 and 12 exams will be divided into two parts: multiple choice questions (MCQs) and subjective questions. More details on the updated survey patterns are still pending.
In accordance with the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020, UP affiliated schools have also been mandated to appoint career counselors to not only assist the students academically but also help them achieve better mental and emotional well-being. preserve.
For students in class 12, the month of December is all about career guidance. The UPMSP also instructed schools to adopt a digital education system and create their website and IDs. The schools also receive free e-books and online study materials.
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Furthermore, a university curriculum will be adopted along with the integration of practices such as one lecture per week in the library as compulsory for children, two lectures per week devoted to experiential learning, and forming environmental clubs. The UPMSP has instructed schools to create a health card for children and ensure that students are given adequate time for physical activities.
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