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UP Board Class-12 Exam 2021: Deputy CM Dr. Dinesh Sharma said – will give results by conducting examination in one month

The Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma, has described the preparations of the Uttar Pradesh government as adequate and complete on conducting the Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council i.e. UP Board’s 2021 examination. The Secondary and Higher Education Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that our preparation is so strong that along with getting the examination done in a month, we will declare the result as soon as the instructions of the Central Government are given.

A conference was held on Sunday with all the states with the help of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board for the 12th examination and professional course entrance examination under the chairmanship of Defense Minister Rajnath Singh. In this, Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said in the conference that in Uttar Pradesh, the Secondary Education Council (UP Board) has made all the preparations for the Board Exam 2021. Whatever suggestion will be received from the Government of India regarding the date of examination, we will organize the examination and declare the result within one month.

Dr. Sharma said that there will be no problem in getting the board examination done in Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Sharma said that in the meeting held at the Central Government level today, the CBSE Board’s Class 12 examination has been considered in order to reduce the corona infection. Dr. Sharma said that in connection with conducting board examination of the Board of Secondary Education in the state, a decision will be taken soon after meeting with the Chief Minister. He asked the managers and district school officials to conduct a campaign by registering for vaccination of all children and teachers above the age of 18 years in view of the safety of children before the board examination.

In this virtual meeting, Union Education Minister (Human Resource Development Minister) Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Information and Broadcasting Minister, Central Government Prakash Javadekar, Textile Minister, Central Government Smriti Zubin Irani, Chief Minister of Jharkhand Hemant Soren, Chief Minister of Goa Pramod Samvat, Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Government Manish Sisodia Education ministers of other states, chairman UGC and CBSC and other concerned board officials were present.

Orphans will not be deprived of education: Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma has taken such a unique initiative, after which now the life of children orphaned due to corona infection in Uttar Pradesh will also be illuminated with the light of knowledge. Dr. Sharma proposed that such children whose parents have died of corona should take care of the education of those children in private schools. Soon he is going to make such a proposal from private universities and colleges as well. In a virtual meeting with the 1300 member organization of 23 districts of the Unaided Private School Association, the Deputy CM has given his consent in support of the proposal by the President and other members of the Association. Dr. Sharma expressed his gratitude for the support of this proposal and said that private schools are playing an important role in the spread of education in the state.

He said that this initiative today will prove to be a milestone in shaping the future of orphaned children. All children are the future of the country, so this initiative is like a sacrifice in the yajna of nation building. This is the new India of the Prime Minister in which no one is being left behind by imbibing the mantra of development with everyone. Now all these children will not be left behind by anyone. He will get quality education even in the absence of his parents and in the coming time he will also contribute in building the country.

The Deputy Chief Minister said that on the initiative of the state government, the consent of private schools to bear the expenses of orphaned children fees, books and school dress will also show the way to other states of the country. He said that the government has recently banned the increase in fees in view of the adverse circumstances of Corona. The intention of the government is to reduce the problems of the people and provide relief to them. The cooperation of private schools in this area has also been commendable. Dr. Sharma said that this government has made a radical change in the education system of the state. He said that Uttar Pradesh is the first state in the country where online classes have started. He has also asked the managers to give suggestions about the methods of promotion of students of class six, seven, eight, nine and 11 in the meeting.