Deputy Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Dinesh Sharma said that results of high school and intermediate examinations of Secondary Education Council (Upper Board) will be declared this month and new academic session commences from April 16. After inaugurating a school, Sharma told reporters that he was happy that this time there were untoward exams and answer papers were examined in time. We will announce the results of high school and intermediate examinations in April itself.
He said that in future, this work will be done in colleges and universities so that the academic session can be regular. Universities have been asked to declare all the test results in any condition till 15th June. The next year, all the universities should take the exam together, this is also the government is making efforts. Sharma, who also holds the responsibility of the Secondary and Higher Education Department of the state, said that in order to solve the problems of teachers, the government has set up a portal in which teachers will have to upload their problem. Any problem related to their services will be resolved by June. All officers have been instructed for this.
Sharma said that now there will be a course on the NCRT pattern in secondary schools. The new teaching session will be started on April 16. New academic calendar will be issued by July. The Deputy Chief Minister said that the government has defeated the copy mafias in the entire state including Jaunpur and those who are still out of the mafia will be labeled as next year.
Earlier, addressing the function after inauguration of the school, Sharma said that the state government is undertaking intense campaign against the criminals to strengthen the law and order. He said that Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ramji Ambadkar had the vision that when a Dalit person sits on the highest constitutional post, the constitution will be preserved. That dream has come to the BJP. Today, a Dalit has reached the top post of the country, the President’s chair, as Ramnath Kovind, the BJP has done this.