UP Board Exam 2017 Mass Cheating: Steps Taken By Education Department
New Delhi
In a bid to stop mass cheating during board exams, a raft of measures taken by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to eradicate use of unfair means during board exams.

While the class X English exam was cancelled, the question paper was reportedly circulated via Whatsaap.

According to reports, UP CM had instructed police officials to book private teachers who force students to take tuition. The CM also conducted a meeting with state education department officials to find out solutions to stop mass cheating during board exam.

Following mass cheating reports during UP Board Exam 2017, the State Education Department has now become more alert and made a few changes in the syllabus.

Ensuring physical fitness of the students, Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPBSE) has sent a proposal to the government to widen existing yoga sylllabus.

However, the UP government had also banned all forms of strikes in colleges with immediate effect.

Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad will declare the result for both High School and Intermediate on June 9, 2017. The result will be released at 12:00 pm at the Board's headquarters in Allahabad.

Around 34,04,571 students appeared for Uttar Pradesh Board 10th exams while Over 26,24,681 appeared for the UP Board Class 12 Exam this year.

Highlights
UP CM had instructed police officials to book private teachers who force students to take tuition.
 Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPBSE) has sent a proposal to the government to widen existing yoga syllabus.