The Class 10 and Class 12 board exams for the 2016-17 academic session has been cancelled by the Uttar Pradesh education board behest of the Chief Electorate Officer of the state. The election commission has directed the UP education board to reschedule the board exams on account of the state general body elections that will be held during the time of examinations.
Earlier, the UP board had announced that the Class 10 board exams will be held between February 16, 2016 and March 6, 2016 and the Class 12 exams to be conducted between February 16, 2017 and March 20, 2017. The practical exams were supposed to held from December 22, 2016 and concluded within January 20, 2017.
For the academic session 2016-17, more than 60 lakh students from the state are likely to sit for the board exams.
This year about 34,04,571 candidates have registered for the Class 10 exams and 26,24,681 candidates have registered for Class 12 exams.
The exams have been cancelled and have been postponed due to elections, the exam dates have been postponed as the invigilators are assigned to work in election duties as well as board exams.
Board exams are an important milestone in a students' life because it is the stepping stone for their career. After years of toil and education in school, it is this exam for class 10 and class 12 that would be fruitful when students step out of their school to flaunt their academic excellence.
It is these pre-board exams that would decide your rank because it is a preparation that accumulates your consistent learning and its efforts.
For such an important exam, revision should be indispensable as it concentrates all your hardwork to one point of memory for you to deliver in the examination hall. What is special about pre-board exams from other exams is that it covers the entire syllabus and give you a real time experience about the main exam.