UP Board Exam 2022: UPMSP Likely to Release Class 10 and 12 Admit Card This Week, Exam from March 24
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UP Board Exam 2022 BIG UPDATES: Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) is going to conduct the UP Board High School and Inter examinations from March 24. As per the latest media reports, UPMSP is preparing to release the admit cards for the UP Board 10th and 12th examinations this week. The UP Board admit card for Highschool and Inter will be issued before Holi. At the same time, the Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education has also started a helpline for the convenience of the candidates. According to Divyakant Shukla, Secretary, UPMSP, the candidates can get their queries resolved by contacting the subject experts through telephone on the toll-free helpline numbers at 18001805310 and 18001805312.


UP Board Admit Card Release Date (Tentative)

Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad is likely to release the UP Board admit cards on March 15 or 16, 2022. UPMSP has made all the preparations for issuing the admit card. All those students who have to appear for the Class X and XII board examinations can collect the admit card from their respective schools.

Approx 51 Lakh Students Registered for UP Board Exam 2022

The number of students registered in the UP Board High School is 27,81,654, while 24,11,035 students are registered for the intermediate examination. In such a situation, the admit cards of all are being uploaded in the school login section.

UPMSP Listed About 8 Thousand Exam Centre

This year 8,373 examination centres have been set up across the state to conduct the 10th and 12th examinations of the UP Board. The Secretary of UPMSP has directed the officials to take special care of possible apprehensions about the possible leakage of question papers during the UP Board examinations.

UP Board Exam 2022: Special Secrecy for Question Papers

The Board Secretary has said that keeping the security and confidentiality of the question papers, arrangements will be made to keep the question paper in double locker. Along with this, special and strict arrangements are being made at all the centres to make the examination completely copy-free.